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blue pipe background

Postby Cedrik » Sat Dec 05, 2015 5:04 am

The blue pipe background is a recoloured SMB§ background.

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Downloard: https://www.dropbox.com/s/alvghyu0ekdvz ... d.zip?dl=0

Have a lot fun with the background. :)

Recolouring is easy, but not with backgrounds! :arrow: I need more than 25 minutes!
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Re: blue pipe background

Postby HenryRichard » Sat Dec 05, 2015 12:46 pm

Don't use MS paint for custom graphics because it makes them look all grainy. Use GIMP or paint.net (you should find them easily if you do a web search for them).

However, other then that it's pretty good! The blue may be a little bright for a background though.
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Re: blue pipe background

Postby Enjl » Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:44 pm

There's really nothing redeemable about this. I suggest you read this, at least the parts about software and colour.
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Re: blue pipe background

Postby Liraxus » Sat Dec 05, 2015 10:17 pm


Fitting video is fitting.

But uh, yeah, you kinda saved that in the wrong format mate, you need to save this stuff in a .GIF format outside of the standard MS Paint program. When saved in MS Paint, the pictures become grainy and ugly as hell.

I always use Paint.net to save my stuff in a gif format, dunno why, but it's pretty much the BEST way to save these images without any problems or decrease in quality.

Also, you seem to understand reshading, removing the crappy quality, the pipe is a nice bright blue, it's not too hard on my eyes, but you need to put a bit more effort in for your next background. The tutorial Enjl posted is really darn good for getting into spriting/recoloring.
Hey, yeah, thanks cubewatermelon, Sans looks great.

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Re: blue pipe background

Postby Cedrik » Sun Dec 06, 2015 6:12 am

Enjl wrote:There's really nothing redeemable about this. I suggest you read this, at least the parts about software and colour.
Now I use paint.net, thanks for the information! :D


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