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Your fixes look fantastic! I'd love to include them in an update. I hadn't thought about checking the art screens, so I appreciate the contribution. I'll be sure to do the proper testing first, but I believe these additions shouldn't break any existing compatibility.

Anyhow, I have been planning a small update to my Doom sprite fixes recently. Having already meticulously gone through the sprites many times before and mined all the useful art from the available WAD resources, it seems there's not much left to do except for some final sprite offset adjustments. However, there's actually one big step I've wanted to take for a while that has to do with the following images found in the first printing of the Doom manual (originally noted by Gerolf on the ZDoom forums):
http://i.imgur.com/kbrIIvj.png

Of course, these are the firing frames from the lost A8 rotation angle for the Player and the Former Human and Sergeant. Seeing these sprites rekindles my belief that full rotation sprite sets do exist for Doom's monsters (at least for these non-symmetrical humans). Do they still exist today? We don't know. Hence, the idea I've been considering: I'd like to contact a current or former id employee as to the possibility of digging up and releasing these lost sprites.

However, the only person I can think of contacting who may be able to help would be Romero. Could anyone here vouch as to whether any of these contact methods are more reliable than the other? Better yet, has anyone ever asked him of such a thing before? If it's already known that he doesn't have these resources or can't release them, I don't wish to pester him further.

Naturally, acquiring these lost sprites is a pretty remote pipe dream, but I don't believe there's any harm in simply inquiring about them.

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After looking closer, I found similar issues on HELP as I did on HELP1 and HELP2 with specific letters, in this case "D", "F" and "P" which had some oddly colored pixels. I have cleaned those as well now.

Additionally, I removed the ugly black/dark green pixels from WIURH0 and WIURH1 (intermission "You are here" arrows), similarly as it has recently been done in the Doom Retro port. Those pixels really look like conversion errors to me. Legibility of the images increases considerably ingame after doing this.

All the lumps are included in this small wad which you may feel free to merge with your project:

Fix WAD for HELP screens and WIURH0/1 (198 KB)

A variation would be to include shadows properly, for even better (IMHO perfect) ingame legibility, even though it deviates a bit more from the original:
http://s9.postimg.org/6thxhgx8r/wiurh_variations.jpg
Top row: Original
Middle: Cleaned
Low: Cleaned with shadows


Download that WIURH version (with shadows) here (2 KB)


*EDIT Dec 21, 2013*
Same treatment for WISPLAT:

http://s28.postimg.org/a2m4ov3bx/wisplat_variations.png
Left: Original
Middle: Cleaned
Right: Cleaned with shadows


Download WISPLAT variations (1 KB)


*EDIT Dec 22, 2013*
HELP1 slightly updated. Redownload menufix.wad if you got it before already.


*EDIT Dec 25, 2013*
Looking at the mugshot, I also noticed black squares on the sides of the face. This gave me the opportunity to also edit away some other minor inconsistencies.

http://s21.postimg.org/kg32qd7g3/mugshot_compare.jpg

On the left side, you see the originals. Notice in the upper row how I edited the eyes (added the blue part which you can also see on the original STFEVL0 - you only see this on rare occasions, and since the skin color didn't seem to be right in the middle of the eye, blue seemed to be a better choice), while on the lower shots, you can see improvements for the eyebrow pixels and the mentioned black pixels on both sides of the head.

I have compiled full packages so you can test everything at once.

Download GFX fixes for Doom (HELP1/2, WIURH0/1 w/shadow, mugshot fixes - 164 KB)

Download GFX fixes for Doom II (HELP, mugshot fixes - 96 KB)

Last edited by NightFright on 12-25-13 at 16:10

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The lost soul has a vertical black line that can be seen in frames SKULA6A4, SKULB6B4, SKULC6C4 and SKULD6D4. It always looked more like a bug than a shadow to me.

Picture: http://i.imgur.com/iUdtXYg.png

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Revenant100 said:
(originally noted by Gerolf on the ZDoom forums):
http://i.imgur.com/kbrIIvj.png
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Wow that's amazing! That really is sad we don't have resources to the full rotation set (actually, all the animations left out) after all this time. Those actually show more detail than the official sprites for some reason (maybe interpolation is playing tricks on me, but I can almost make out the teeth on shotgun guy); they remind me of the baddies from Quake 2 and 4.

Best of luck to this project. Hope you or someone gets in touch with someone and gets this stuff.

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Nice Aryan enhancement to the player face sprite ^^
The added shadows to wisplat and wiurh look fine but may be a bit overdone. I'm curious how it will look in action on the intermission screen.

p.s.:
Not sure about that vertical line in the lost soul frame... and I though I was anal about pixel art.

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axdoom1 said:
The lost soul has a vertical black line that can be seen in frames SKULA6A4, SKULB6B4, SKULC6C4 and SKULD6D4. It always looked more like a bug than a shadow to me.

Picture: http://i.imgur.com/iUdtXYg.png

I'm not thoroughly convinced this is an error. The line appears to delineate the inside of the Lost Soul's jaw, although the choice of a nearly pure black color makes it look like a very hard edge. That a slightly disconnected black line using the same color appears in roughly the same spot in SKULE6E4 indicates to me that this is deliberate rather than an oversight of some kind.


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Those actually show more detail than the official sprites for some reason (maybe interpolation is playing tricks on me, but I can almost make out the teeth on shotgun guy)
That's just an artifact of a low resolution scan that was also converted to jpeg format. The rest of the monsters in the manual make it clear they're just the normal game sprites. It would be nice if someone with physical access to this original manual could provide a high resolution scan in lossless format of these particular lost rotation sprites, though.

Speaking of these lost rotation sprites, I did email Romero inquiring about them, but there's been no response after nearly a month of waiting. While actually getting the sprites was an extremely low possibility, I was at least hoping for an acknowledgement so I could put the matter to rest. Unfortunately, without any sort of reply, I can't say I've satisfactorily investigated the matter, but I don't know who else to contact and I don't wish to continually prod Romero if he can't/won't/is unable to respond.

Anyway, since there's been no development in finding the lost rotation sprites, I'll now get to work on implementing NightFright's fixes along with a handful of other tiny fixes I've been notified of. The next release should arrive very soon.

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Sweet, looking forward to the next release!

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I missed them when they were originally posted, but I have to say those shadows on the text/blood splat are overdone for Doom. The splat in particular seems like the original was already going for a shadow effect, maybe not the best looking, but the improved version just looks too cartoony for Doom. Just putting black drop shadows on things doesn't work for certain styles, and Doom's art is one of those styles.

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I won't be using the intermission screen graphics with the drop shadows. I think the shadows make the elements pop out too much on the intermission map, and they deviate from Doom's art style as you've said. However, I do believe cleaning up those inexplicable green pixels is appropriate. There were similar visual anomalies in the help screens that NightFright also fixed, and I can't come up with any reason why they would intentionally be there. Perhaps they're just leftovers from being poorly cut out of a different graphic?

I've also scrutinized the status bar face graphics, and I don't agree that the black pixels are errors. They appear to be exaggerated shading to highlight creases in Doom Guy's expressions that also accentuates the animation, namely his eye movement. However, the iris color in the Ouch! face is a good catch. It looks like the color was supposed to match the Evil and Kill faces, but it was left flesh-toned. I'll be sure to include that fix.

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I have access to some doom manuals. I tried to make a scan of one of the pictures, but due to the way it was printed, it came out like the following: http://imgur.com/0qWrIvp

If there is something I could change when I do the scan to get a better result please tell me and I will re-do it, along with some of the other sprites.

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I can't seem to download NightFright's GFX fix WADs anymore. Could someone please re-upload them?

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baitercell said:
I have access to some doom manuals. I tried to make a scan of one of the pictures, but due to the way it was printed, it came out like the following: http://imgur.com/0qWrIvp


Someone may have done it in the past, but I resized that and cleaned the edges:
http://i.imgur.com/1RCVfB1.png
It's still in truecolor and dimmer/ more washed out, so colors need to be remapped to the ranges in the existing player sprites. It won't be too much use without the other angles though.

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Revenant100 said:
There were similar visual anomalies in the help screens that NightFright also fixed, and I can't come up with any reason why they would intentionally be there.

A crude attempt at smoothing the edges?

You should be careful with fixing such things. You may accidentally produce something jarring, and you won't even notice.

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In SSWVN0 of the Wolfenstein SS sprite near the head, the Zombieman's green hair from its gib sprite is present in that frame, which doesn't look right since he has no green on him.

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Da Werecat said:

A crude attempt at smoothing the edges?

You should be careful with fixing such things. You may accidentally produce something jarring, and you won't even notice.

I assure you that no alteration is being made lightly. That would go against the purpose of these fixes. To get an idea of what this particular change entails, check out this side-by-side comparison:

http://i.imgur.com/rpHf9BBm.png

I agree that the green pixels do provide a sort of contrasting shadow around the explosion and arrow graphics, but the same green pixels don't make any sense at all to me in the "YOU ARE HERE" text. These simply look like stray pixels unlike any other sort of stroke or drop shadow shading in Doom's art that muddle the readability of the letters.

For the sake of consistency, I'd only go with one choice or the other. However, I'm currently leaning towards using NightFright's cleaned up graphics as I can't see any reasoning as to why id's artists would have deliberately wanted these green pixels present. I don't have an answer as to how they got there in the first place, but as NightFright's HELP screen fixes show, these graphical anomalies can occur quite inexplicably.


P.S. Trooper said:
In SSWVN0 of the Wolfenstein SS sprite near the head, the Zombieman's green hair from its gib sprite is present in that frame, which doesn't look right since he has no green on him.
Good catch! I'm not sure if the green is supposed to be the Zombieman's hair or perhaps just an oddly colored piece of gore. After checking the Shotgun Guy's gibbing frames to compare, I see the Shotgun Guy is missing this gore chunk entirely. To be safe, I think I'll remove this green chunk from the SS's gibbing frame to match the Shotgun Guy's gibbing rather than recolor it.

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Thanks for the update Rev, looking forward to see 1.4 soon. ;)

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Revenant100 said:
I don't have an answer as to how they got there in the first place...

They look like quantization* artifacts to me. Perhaps the pixels were too dark for the red color ranges.

Check these out, I kept the volumes:

http://i981.photobucket.com/albums/ae293/da_werecat/Doom/wipreview.png

http://i981.photobucket.com/albums/ae293/da_werecat/Doom/WIURH0.png

http://i981.photobucket.com/albums/ae293/da_werecat/Doom/WISPLAT.png

* Just to sound smart.

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Exciting news, everyone! I received a reply from Romero in response to my email asking him about the previously noted lost Doom sprite art:

John Romero said:
Yes. Unpublished DOOM sprites/art does exist.
And that's all he wrote.

Well, that wasn't quite exciting as I had hoped, but at least we can be absolutely certain that there's still more to Doom we've yet to see. I guess my email wasn't persuasive enough for him to delve into the matter deeper, though. Maybe on the 25th anniversary, or the 30th...

In any case, my curiosity on the issue has at least been sated since I was somewhat waiting on that response. Since the inquiry didn't elicit any new graphics, I'll finalize what I have and release 1.4 of my project soon, for serious this time.

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There must be a way to get the unreleased graphics.
Maybe rent a white van which sells Doom flavored candy and cruise where Romero lives. As soon as he falls for the trap it's question time... torture methods include lighting bolts, chainsaw face lifting and Plasma based hair styling....
...John may soon realize that the community means serious bidness!

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Revenant100 said:
Since the inquiry didn't elicit any new graphics, I'll finalize what I have and release 1.4 of my project soon, for serious this time.

Good to hear. These sprite fix WADs are always in my autoload queue.

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yo Romero, you should give us those dude!

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I'm happy to announce that 1.4 is now being released! This update isn't as big as past versions, the biggest changes being NightFright's fixes, but I think that's a sign that the project has finally neared its final goal. While I was unfortunately not able to obtain any of the lost and unpublished Doom sprite art from Romero, I am still very pleased with the progress made over time and hope these fixes will continue to prove valuable to those interested. I wish to thank NightFright for his contributions as well as everyone who has offered comments and critiques since the first release. This endeavor has always been for the community, and your assistance helped bring it this far.

So without further ado, here's the current download of v1.4:
http://www.mediafire.com/download/w...6x/SPRFIX14.zip (1.49 mb)

This is the Doom 1/Ultimate Doom compatible version:
http://www.mediafire.com/download/i...d5/D1SPFX14.zip (890 kb)

The complete changelog including the 1.4 edits:
http://pastebin.com/NYHcEgAF

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So you made a decision to go with nibbled WISPLAT? I'd consider a fork of the project with minimal changes to graphics. I mean, really minimal. Amateur edits are dangerous and therefore should be kept as simple as possible.

Otherwise good job. I thoroughly approve sprite offset tweaking and other subtle changes.

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So you made a decision to go with nibbled WISPLAT? I'd consider a fork of the project with minimal changes to graphics. I mean, really minimal. Amateur edits are dangerous and therefore should be kept as simple as possible.

Otherwise good job. I thoroughly approve sprite offset tweaking and other subtle changes.



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Da Werecat said:
I'd consider a fork of the project with minimal changes to graphics. I mean, really minimal. Amateur edits are dangerous and therefore should be kept as simple as possible.
But then you're asking me to subjectively review all of the changes that were already specifically performed with the most objective approach I could reasonably manage.

I think you're overexaggerating the extent to which art changes were made. As demonstrated in the preview images, many of the edits are as minor as a single pixel. A vast majority are clear cut and explainable errors. These are fixes first and foremost, after all. However, there were some points where I just had to make a judgment call. I do indeed consider the intermission graphics fixes to be the toughest decision I had to make. It sounds silly to say that of a bunch of green pixels which are only visible for a few scant seconds between maps in Doom 1, but as I said before, no alteration was made lightly during the course of this project. I have thoroughly considered all of the points you put forth, and I'm grateful you were willing to offer this input, but in the end, I simply could not come up with a rational justification as to why these green pixels are inexplicably present. I can only assume there's more to the picture that no one outside of id's artists twenty years ago could answer.

Ultimately, though, I think the best solution here is to simply encourage the end users to customize the fixes to their own preferences. (Although, I don't think it's a good idea to really zero in on each individual change as you'll then start fixating on them every time you play. Believe me.) I do hope I've explained myself well enough so that people would be willing to trust my judgement, but these fixes are meant for any and everyone to do with as they wish. Simply load up SLADE or your WAD editor of choice and remove any sprites you feel are not necessary. For example, I use Perkristian's high-res sound effects pack and would highly recommend it, but I still have personally removed a few sounds from the WAD that I don't agree are sufficiently faithful to the originals.

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Revenant100 said:
But then you're asking me to subjectively review all of the changes that were already specifically performed with the most objective approach I could reasonably manage.

Well, I didn't ask anyone personally to make such a fork. I was just thinking aloud, really.


As demonstrated in the preview images, many of the edits are as minor as a single pixel. A vast majority are clear cut and explainable errors.

I have no problems with such fixes.

The miserable truth about Doom's art assets is that there's a certain degree of sloppiness. I was a little bit concerned about the project getting dangerously close to the line between "minor fixing" and "obsessive fixing".


I have thoroughly considered all of the points you put forth, and I'm grateful you were willing to offer this input, but in the end, I simply could not come up with a rational justification as to why these green pixels are inexplicably present.

They shouldn't be there, but that doesn't mean they should be simply cut. The colors are off, but I'm not so sure about the contour.

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There are wierd black pixels above doomguys ear in this position.
http://i.imgur.com/bQiWa3f.png

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I am glad I came up with something you could actually use in this project. Your choices are also OK, especially since some of my edits really deviated a bit too much from the original graphics.

I'd be surprised if I found more things like that to fix in Doom, but in case I accidentally discover something, I'll let you know. :)

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joe-ilya said:
There are wierd black pixels above doomguys ear in this position.
http://i.imgur.com/bQiWa3f.png

Yes, this was a part of NightFright's status bar mug fixes. However, I opted not to use this particular change as the placement of those black pixels appears too consistent (not perfect, but well enough) between frames to be unintentional. They only appear when Doom Guy angles his head down, and they even still appear above the furthest ear when he turns left or right. Since it only appears on the downward-angled faces, I'm guessing it's supposed be a bit of shading meant to accentuate the angle.


NightFright said:
I am glad I came up with something you could actually use in this project.
Much gratitude to you for sharing your work! And indeed, I imagine there's really not much left to tackle as far as Doom fixes are concerned, so this is likely the last major update until that lost Doom art sees the light of day.

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Aww, damn, that's disappointing. Maybe Romero doesn't want to risk litigation? It's nice that he responded at all, and I know that he's a very busy man with little spare time, but the one sentence that doesn't even acknowledge that these assets are desired, only that they exist almost make me think he doesn't care.

If he could check with Zenimax and explain that these extra rotations are minor assets that id wouldn't be losing any money on, that'd mean a lot to us.
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Anyhow, I have a few thoughts on potential "fixes".

Do you think that it's justifiable to darken the Zombieman's rifle? Since they are a very common enemy, I understand that this would look notably different, but it is technically in the same camp as the darkened Baron bits.

A less noticeable change from the alpha version of the player sprite is that the proportions were slightly altered (one or two pixels taller) when the sprites were touched up. This one is probably the most justifiable change, since it keeps it up to date with the player sprites while not being very radical at all.

This one is rather iffy, but the Pinky's claws have very flat shading in the attack and pain sequences. After the alpha, the contrast was ramped up, but id forgot/didn't bother to touch those up as much as the rest.

Lastly, would you consider adding those orange markings on the Pinky's shins to the attack and pain animations? This is yet another leftover of the alpha, when he didn't have those features. I know this one delves more into subjective territory, but it's far less radical than the claw and rifle shading.

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