[SPRITES] M16 Angled.

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[SPRITES] M16 Angled.

Postby Endie » Mon Mar 27, 2017 11:25 am

It's just a test. I'm trying to improve my graphic editing skills, so, i decided to rip from an android game, two sprites for the M16 gun.

Oh, and, sorry if its bad for you, i'm sorry, as i said before, i'm trying to improve my skills. Leave a feedback please ^^
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Re: [SPRITES] M16 Angled.

Postby wildweasel » Mon Mar 27, 2017 11:43 am

The largest issue I can see with this is that it is too far cropped. Unless the weapon is positioned very far to the right side of the screen, regular weapon bobbing and widescreen resolutions will show a very obvious cut-off on the right edge of the weapon. The same is true of the firing frame, where the front sight post and muzzle flash go off the top of the image, meaning they will seem to disappear when firing.
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