Expanded SMB2-styled Lava (VERSION 2)

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Expanded SMB2-styled Lava (VERSION 2)

Postby silent_ » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:00 pm

So, version two was a pain to make, and finally it's done! I fixed a few things.

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-Fix thinness on a slope that somebody pointed out
-Added red
-Fixed 8-bitness (I'm not sure if it's still 8-bit but it certainly shouldn't be)

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Hope you can find a good use out of this, and there will be a tileset going along with this coming soon, but it will likely be a recolor with a few edits because I still haven't mastered making a custom tileset from scratch.

(P.S. If you see cut-off in the screenshot, this is because I suck at using lava and I for some reason can't use it without having trouble.)
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava

Postby AirShip » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:02 pm

It seems that is 8bits.

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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava

Postby silent_ » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:03 pm

AirShip wrote:It seems that is 8bits.
Yeah, I kind of noticed that. It's likely because SMB2's orange colors are all very similar. Unfortunately, I can't do anything about this unless someone volunteers.
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava

Postby Aristo » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:04 pm

AirShip wrote:It seems that is 8bits.
It's definitely 16 bit, but the lower right slope seems a bit.. idk... thin? Maybe you could fix that? Besides that, good work!
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava

Postby silent_ » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:07 pm

GLuigiX wrote:
AirShip wrote:It seems that is 8bits.
It's definitely 16 bit, but the lower right slope seems a bit.. idk... thin? Maybe you could fix that? Besides that, good work!
Thanks for the feedback!

I will fix the thin part tomorrow when I make a tileset to go with this.
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava

Postby Sednaiur » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:13 pm

You had a nice idea with this, but i suggest you, to also use red tones for the color, so it is less bright. But it's right, there are even colors in SMB1 and SMB2, that are the exact same, as i found out some days ago (talking about a brown color), so it can be hard to do a recolor.

I really like to see, what the tileset will be like, that you like to do. Good luck on it :-).

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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava

Postby silent_ » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:16 pm

Sednaiur wrote:You had a nice idea with this, but i suggest you, to also use red tones for the color, so it is less bright. But it's right, there are even colors in SMB1 and SMB2, that are the exact same, as i found out some days ago (talking about a brown color), so it can be hard to do a recolor.

I really like to see, what the tileset will be like, that you like to do. Good luck on it :-).
Thanks! I'm grateful to get some feedback from a famous person.

Also, the tileset might end up just being another recolor including some edits.
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava

Postby Superiorstar » Sat Jul 26, 2014 10:45 pm

So my graphic inspired yours huh? I'll be honest, this version is better.
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava

Postby Magna » Sat Jul 26, 2014 11:09 pm

Most 8bit tiles and sprites usually have a maximum of three colors per tile/sprite. This lava only has three colors: red, yellow, and orange.

This is indeed 8bit.
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava

Postby silent_ » Sun Jul 27, 2014 11:09 am

It looks 8-bit because there are two shades of orange that look incredibly similar.

I will fix this.
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava

Postby Fatoldsweaty » Tue Jul 29, 2014 11:36 am

Cool expansion Idea, needed some expanded Smb2 Lava sets for smbx I guess, also 8-bits not bad there are a couple of 8-bits expansions/total conversion gfx packs and this would fit with them nice. Also a 16 bit version would be more appealing to everyone as a whole most likely.

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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava (VERSION 2)

Postby silent_ » Tue Jul 29, 2014 1:12 pm

Version two is up!

Also, thanks for the feedback, Fatoldsweaty!
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava (VERSION 2)

Postby Chip Potato » Tue Jul 29, 2014 6:53 pm

Hot damn, that's some nice-looking lava! I might use this for a level in the future.
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava (VERSION 2)

Postby silent_ » Tue Jul 29, 2014 6:58 pm

fireflowerhour wrote:Hot damn, that's some nice-looking lava! I might use this for a level in the future.
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava (VERSION 2)

Postby Aristo » Wed Jul 30, 2014 4:59 am

Yes, now it looks really good! I will defo download this!
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava (VERSION 2)

Postby georgespezi12 » Thu Jul 23, 2020 11:42 am

Works with Sednauir's SMB2 Volcano tileset

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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava (VERSION 2)

Postby DrMekar » Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:39 pm

georgespezi12 wrote:
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Works with Sednauir's SMB2 Volcano tileset
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava (VERSION 2)

Postby Murphmario » Thu Jul 23, 2020 5:58 pm

DrMekar wrote:
Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:39 pm
georgespezi12 wrote:
Thu Jul 23, 2020 11:42 am
Works with Sednauir's SMB2 Volcano tileset
Why are your writing this under a 6 Years old Topic?
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Not to mention that Sednaiur made his own lava, so uh...

Edit: After downloading this myself, I can say that I'd rather use Sednaiur's lava, no offense. This lava is just poorly-recolored SMB3 lava.
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Re: Expanded SMB2-styled Lava (VERSION 2)

Postby Turret 3471 » Thu Jul 23, 2020 7:53 pm

You know I was actually kinda excited for this until I saw how old the last post was...

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