I saw luke83's tileset on OpenGameArt and decided to extend it. - Changed the colors for sand, previous colors were too contrasting / looked bad when tiled. - Added Snowy and Sandy Cliffs - Added two rocks - Reorganized fences
Let me know what ya'll think, I may do more.
http://opengameart.org/users/jesse-mccarthysteamcommunity.com/id/AWhoWhatNowJesse McCarthy - C# Programmer, Artist, Gamer
These are awesome! I especially love the snow and sand tilesets. I'll add these to the latest development branch with proper attribution as soon as I can. I'd love to see what maps can be made with these new environments. I look forward to any other potential work you do!
Added a simple water animation, Ice, a tree, and the snowy grassIs there some kind of way I can see what sprites you already have other than playing the game?(Btw, The game instantly crashes on my computer without an error [ Windows 7 Home Premium x64 ] ) I realized too late that you guys already have some trees going. Maybe if you could just post a list of currently needed sprites?
Also: is there a standardized Tuxemon Color palette? I saw some talk about color palettes in another thread but no real conclusion.
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Having an extra kind of tree is still nice to have. It'll add some diversity to the forest areas we can create. You can view all the current assets on GitHub under the "resources" folder here:https://github.com/Tuxemon/Tuxemon/tree … /resources
For tilesets specifically, you can look here:https://github.com/Tuxemon/Tuxemon/tree … x/tilesets
(Btw, The game instantly crashes on my computer without an error [ Windows 7 Home Premium x64 ] )
If you launch the game from the command line and it crashes, there might be an error that gets dumped to the command line window. I have seen some random crashes from Pygame that still need to be investigated. If you experience another crash, open up an issue on https://github.com/Tuxemon/Tuxemon and post any information you can and we'll try and investigate further.
You're right that there hasn't been anything truly concrete, but I would stick with the colors available from the SNES/GBA era. This limits the palette to 256 colors. You can look at and download the SNES/GBA palette here:https://github.com/Tuxemon/Tuxemon/wiki/graphics-sizes
Some of the graphics in the ./gfx folder are placeholders, yeah? Is there a way to identify which ones?
All of the placeholder graphics have been replaced for the most part, but anything can be improved upon at this stage. If there's anything you want to change or improve, post about your ideas and we can go from there.
I have officially added these tilesets in the latest commit to the development branch of Tuxemon: https://github.com/Tuxemon/Tuxemon/comm … 529e28d2ee
If you'd like me to change your attribution in any way in CREDITS.md, let me know.
I added some stone/mountain features to a tileset-but, I don't even know if they're needed. Dirt cliffs seem good enough. So here it is:I also modified the floorsandwalls tileset to add bricks and a capture device icon:If you want to see how the look in the game, check them out in the images on my post under the map development discussion.Wait a minute... I just noticed that a new tileset already has the capture device. I'll remove it soon.
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I think this is a good recolor of this tileset. Having different colors of these tilesets can help add some diversity to the maps, especially while we're still early in development. I'll also include this in the next development commit.
This isn't really related but here's a link to some tilesets i found under CC-BY-SA.http://opengameart.org/content/rpg-tile … wn-objectsand http://thatssowitty.deviantart.com/art/ … -281342410
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Building I designed to be used in a tileset:As you can tell, it has a log cabin and solar panel theme (solar panel was my sister's idea ).
Continuing the theme of assets found on Open Game Art, Gem's got a tileset (16x16) and monster art (unfortunately 128x128, so not immediately usable) on OGA:
and more on their own website:
Looks like they're also using some Tuxemon assets in their game, Friends with Monsters, which is cool!
Thanks for posting! Friends with Monsters looks like an interesting project. I'm sure there'll be a lot of resources shared between the two projects.
Digging thru some more art:http://opengameart.org/content/browserq … -and-tiles
Will need to be resized:http://opengameart.org/content/pixel-ex … -12-frames
http://opengameart.org/content/electric … -animation
Have to be resized:http://opengameart.org/content/basic-ma … -silver-iv
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Thanks josepharaoh99! I've added the two technique animations to the wiki.
Glad to hear it! I might try to fish up some other stuff soon.
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Here are a few rocks we can maybe use in a tileset?
Not sure if they have an appropriate Tuxemon art style.
Here are a few rocks we can maybe use in a tileset?http://opengameart.org/content/rock-set-1Not sure if they have an appropriate Tuxemon art style.
Pretty cool. I think they might fit well in some maps. Maybe in a more desolate parts of the Cathedral.
Found these too: http://opengameart.org/content/shining-gemstones-set-1
Maybe you can mine them for the gems that Kelvin donated? Or maybe one of your Tuxemon can mine them for you!!
Here is a cool looking tileset including buildings, indoor tiles, cave tiles, a character, and other things. It even has a walking log NPC that can work as a Tuxemon maybe! It even has a font too!
http://opengameart.org/content/zelda-li … nd-sprites
And here are some more tiles:
http://opengameart.org/content/zelda-li … le-tileset
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Here is a cool looking tileset including buildings, indoor tiles, cave tiles, a character, and other things. It even has a walking log NPC that can work as a Tuxemon maybe! It even has a font too!http://opengameart.org/content/zelda-li … nd-sprites
This one is really neat - definitely worth someone adding each sheet to the wiki so we can reference it later. There's an excellent range of tiles.
Awesome!! Also found this: http://opengameart.org/content/isaiah658s-pixel-pack-1 Not quite as high quality, but might work. It has various characters and items and tiles and such.
Just a heads up that I've added some of these resources to the wiki, where they seemed particularly useful. Feel free to add any others that you think would come in handy