Discussion in 'Engineering & Reverse Engineering' started by Tweaker, Jun 26, 2008.
Is that a Combine poster I see?
DA garden, will that monitor animate?
Edit: I used my 100th post on this.. Oh well :P.
Unfortunately not. I'm not too good with custom art and I will admit it was a copy and paste from the SMS Sonic 1. But now you've mentioned it, I'm going to consider doing so.
Oh how I like messing with values.
My attempting at Hacking Sonic 1 is going well
That is looking great!
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Very nice. You've got an excellent choice of colors there and the dithering is executed wonderfully. The level looks much softer and colorful because of it rather than just green and grey.
It's actually a quite nice design, although I would love to see more of a pattern using different tiles, just to break up the one block pattern you have now.
Great start anyway. ^_^
I've also have some Mapping edits:
And some art edit at SY zone.
Again, it's a nice start, would love to see more of it done though. :v:
I'm guessing that Sonic is doing his waiting animation, right?
Yes, that's right. I'm trying to make the finger animate.
Take a look at the waiting animation for Sonic Crackers. Just remove the ring, and you have your animation. :P
That's where I got it from. Changing the Mappings to make it fit is harder though.
Only a mockup.
Most of the art is a mixup of various Sonic games, only the foreground/grass is custom. Not sure if I will ever actually get it into the game. I usually start a hack, and then quit a day later.
Either way, Jimmy, that's really looking pretty. I've always liked the Marina Madness trees, so it's nice to see them in another hack. Maybe you should add a little more of a shadow from the grass onto the rock. It's a li'l shallow right now.
Not really, using the "Import from spritesheet" option works quite well. =P
Except that then it uses a sprite for every 8x8 block.
But hey, the Mega Drive doesn't have a sprite limit! Oh, wait...
(Unless you mean doing the mappings and then that, but I'm sure it imports it that way anyway.)
Never said you couldn't import THEN edit the mappings. =P
Except for the fact that it imports the tiles in a way that makes them near-impossible to put into mappings.
Here's a little something myself and two others have been working on for a little while. You'll see more in the future, it's not exactly finished but I thought it was nice.
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