22 10 / 2013
19 9 / 2013
bryfury123 asked: wow dude! are you really going to work on this again!? that's awesome! idk about others, but i've been checking on this blog for quite a while, i wish the best of the best to you man ^^ cheers =D
Such enthusiasm. If only I could muster that much motivation, I’ll try though.
Oh, and thanks.
04 8 / 2013
drshellshock asked: sorry for asking this in a question, but i never use tumblr xD whats your skype? if you dont wanna post this, you can just email it to me at shellshock196@gmail
Poor insight on my part, you should find my Skype if you’re searching for “phonypwny” or “FriendlyFireFox”.
04 8 / 2013
drshellshock asked: Hey, I just found this and I think it's amazing! :) I notice that you haven't posted in a while. The project's still up and running right? If you need any help, I'd be happy to try and help out. Although I'm not sure if I could be of any use :o
It’s true, I haven’t been active at all. This becomes very evident when you consider that this blog was started one year and a few days ago.
About helping me, why don’t you hit me up on Skype and we can talk about it?
04 10 / 2012
31 8 / 2012
So, I did this:
Don’t worry, Pony Wars Advance will not feature OC characters.
This was basically the reason for my delayed updates recently: I was trying stuff, like (manual) anti-aliasing and more advanced shading.
While this picture will not be included in the hack, it is kind of important for future decisions concerning the artstyle of Pony Wars Advance.
You can see this as a proof that I haven’t abandoned this project.
23 8 / 2012
While I have been focusing on pixel art for most of the time, editing the text is also something I decided to look into recently. For testing, I changed AJ’s description a little:
The description here doesn’t make alot of sense, but it was useful to figure out how many characters fit into each line. Turns out that it depends on the amount of pixels each of them has in width, so I zoomed in a little and figured out the exact amount of each letter:
I i l
b c e f g h k n o p q r s u y
A B C D E F G H J K L N O P Q R S T U V X Y Z a d m v w x z
Each line can have a total of 106 pixels in width, which should give an average of about 20 characters per line.
If you want to submit Character-descriptions following these rules, feel free to do so.