(Resources)The works of David G

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Re: (Resources)The works of David G

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It's been something I've wanted to do for a while, but I've been a busy Xaser as of late.
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You hell knights never learn.
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Sorry for bump, but are you still working on these
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I think the deal is, whenever he makes something worth posting he posts it here.
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Since you have apparently returned, somewhat, I'm hoping it isn't in bad form to ask, but would you be able to update the cacodemon death on the first page, here?:
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The transition between the second and third sprites is a bit drastic, and the way the jaw breaks apart in the lower-left looks a little odd.
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That is part of the plan, my spriting however is (still) in need of improvement as the caco death demonstrates . Have not done too much in the mean time for I have not had a lot of motivation to do a lot of it. Also my knowledge of animation is a bit limited therefore I am unsure if i am doing something right or wrong. Good news among this mess of this paragraph is i got a scanner, meaning I can determine what stuff looks like when pixelated which has been a big problem for me. Anyways here is progress of an alt attack for the imp and extra rotations for the player sprites for starters
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Nice sprites. I think you really got the stance of the WolfSS guy right.
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Yes, and that imp two-handed attack looks awesome. :D

He's back! :D
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ItsNatureToDie wrote:That is part of the plan, my spriting however is (still) in need of improvement as the caco death demonstrates . Have not done too much in the mean time for I have not had a lot of motivation to do a lot of it. Also my knowledge of animation is a bit limited therefore I am unsure if i am doing something right or wrong. Good news among this mess of this paragraph is i got a scanner, meaning I can determine what stuff looks like when pixelated which has been a big problem for me. Anyways here is progress of an alt attack for the imp and extra rotations for the player sprites for starters
I love those Marine sprites ;o, They're really good, the way he's standing looks a bit more stable than the original ones, and they can also be used as standing still frames, since Doom never had any.
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I love those Marine sprites ;o, They're really good, the way he's standing looks a bit more stable than the original ones, and they can also be used as standing still frames, since Doom never had any.
They did at one point, I will also include a GFX where you can actually see an E8 frame in the zip file

UPDATE 9-5-17
Zip Files now include 6 7 8 rotations of rifle Sgt, former shot gunner and machine gun marine.
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Awesome stuff INTD! Really awesome. You should help Ghastly collect this stuff so it can get submitted to the Realm667 repositories - it deserves more attention and being in a wad :D
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Snap! Sarge's packing a CAWS! :O
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ItsNatureToDie wrote:That is part of the plan, my spriting however is (still) in need of improvement as the caco death demonstrates . Have not done too much in the mean time for I have not had a lot of motivation to do a lot of it. Also my knowledge of animation is a bit limited therefore I am unsure if i am doing something right or wrong. Good news among this mess of this paragraph is i got a scanner, meaning I can determine what stuff looks like when pixelated which has been a big problem for me. Anyways here is progress of an alt attack for the imp and extra rotations for the player sprites for starters
Those marine angles are awesome, Would you mind if you used them & some of your other work?
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ItsNatureToDie wrote:That is part of the plan, my spriting however is (still) in need of improvement as the caco death demonstrates . Have not done too much in the mean time for I have not had a lot of motivation to do a lot of it. Also my knowledge of animation is a bit limited therefore I am unsure if i am doing something right or wrong. Good news among this mess of this paragraph is i got a scanner, meaning I can determine what stuff looks like when pixelated which has been a big problem for me. Anyways here is progress of an alt attack for the imp and extra rotations for the player sprites for starters
The shadowing on the backs of frames of SSWVF6 and SSWVG6 is a little much, but overall they are better than what is floating around 8-)
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Cool! It was nonsense that any guy with different gun had aa diferent uniform. D64 is more serious in this case.

Btw, her... could you make "cocking"* frames for the shotgun zombieman?

(* I hope its the right word... :S)

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