*pat pat* Well, I guess work on the programming part of the game and leave the graphics for later?
I am. But I never really wanted to commit to any game.
HoF asked me if I could do a sprite, I said wait until summer, we had long interesting talks and I wanted to do sprites because I thought he was a good person and put effort into his game.
So it wasn't really I wanted to commit to a game but I felt happy doing requests for a friend to the point I said I would be on the team.
And as it turned out I was voted to Head Spriter...
But in my actual nature, I am quite lazy and don't care much about the organization or end result of something unless it has the label of "mine" on it, or I am intimately familiar with the people or creative process.
Personally, I don't want to commit and would rather do my own sprites I like, but I'm not the average spriter.
Don't know much about the population of spriters, but I know ever since ROM Hacking people spilled in and no recolors/fusions I've seen a large amount of tileset makers and a bunch of scratch fakemon.
I don't understand the art in the pixel art, really, it's only a game maker's recruiting ground it seems most of the time.
Oh man, oh man. G Gundam was the stuff. Military, shmilitary, there was a gundam that looked like a windmill. That's awesome, IMO.
And yeah, I didn't mean that their letters were upside down, I meant those little mark things. They look like the German umlauts, but they're on the bottom instead of the top. That yumeh-shock-yea nonsense sounds entirely too complicated for it's own good. >_<
And yes! Damn you spriters and your dastardly ways! Keeping you awake is all part of my master revenge plot. I really should sleep, too, though; I have work in around six hours! D:
I should have seen Evangelion by now, but I have not. :'D I had a Nia theme till I got all excited about HGSS, but my blog still has the elements of the old one.
Ah haha, I only watched Gundam Wing (I was like 10, and did not understand a thing, beside the fact I thought everyone besides WuFei was pretty and Relena needed to die.) and G Gundam (Which was less MILITARY than the others I've seen.)
No letters in Turkish are upside down, but they do add little marks to things. Each letter isn't too horrible different than english. Expect ğ. There's ç (che) and ş (shey), but ğ. You how the name for the letter ğ is pronounced? Yumeh-shock-yea.
But when you actually put it in a word is just makes things slur. It's so weird.
Originally Posted by T3h Kaiser
The trainer representative is really quite pro, nicely done. It may just be because I'm still unfamiliar with the shiny new HG/SS sprites, but it was hard for me to notice that you reused pieces from existing stuff and that says alot about your talent.
Are we spriters deceiving poor you? x)
I really needed to be sleeping but I slipped on here to check if anything interesting happened and I couldn't sleep. :< I blame you for making me stay up longer.
I'm not a big mech guy either, aside from a few select Gundam. 8th MS Team and Mobile Suit 0080 are my favorites, they focus more on the human characters rather than just the big crazy mech fight scenes. Of course, there's always Evangelion and Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, but those are more than just "mech animu"; they're both in a league of their own.
And yeah, I guess I do recognize your username now. Turkish uses those weird upside down oomlauts that I never see in any other language.