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CWolf

CWolf's FreeDoom workshop (textures, sprites, something else)

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6 hours ago, Blastfrog said:

... replacement for the Romero head? If so, I approve.

The maintainers are against replacing the IoS sprites because its meant to be an injoke (unfortunately).

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On 3/19/2017 at 3:26 AM, Voros said:

The maintainers are against replacing the IoS sprites because its meant to be an injoke (unfortunately).

That is so stupid.

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Chiming in to agree that the player sprites are one of the most "iconic" aspects of Freedoom, as well as one of the best sprites. Would hate to see it go and seems like a wasted effort when there are so many other things that could be focused on

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On 4/12/2017 at 0:51 PM, Ralphis said:

the player sprites are one of the most "iconic" aspects of Freedoom, as well as one of the best sprites.

Iconic, yes. But it has a very awkward animation.

 

I 100% agree that it should not be replaced by a new concept... but it could do with some tweaks / "remastering".

Even it being bigger is not a problem, I do like those shoulder pads. It's just the animation, specially in the front view.. it's like his tights are bound or holding his pee.

 

The rotations are inconsistent too, if you rotate around him it feels like he's moving all the time.

 

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Found those ones on my desktop today. I totally forgot to post them in May. Now I do it.

 

Those wall patches are "wolf3d" alternatives. Whole set wasn't even done.

 

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So, here comes a bit more.

 

One set is done.

 

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One more to come.

 

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nxmlPNa.png - this one isn't ready yet.

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If anything, the colors look a bit washed out and flat. How about using some darker colours and some basic shading to compensate?

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17 hours ago, Voros said:

If anything, the colors look a bit washed out and flat. How about using some darker colours and some basic shading to compensate?

I agree with this, though the painting looks alright with his style, it's supposed to be flat.

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Got this one done

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Some more WOLF replacers:

 

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EDIT: another one set done. 

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Edited by CWolf

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Those are all very nice! I think the redbrick wall texture could use some details like dirt, scratches, unevenly laid bricks, chipped off edges and/or other irregularities to make it look more natural. Unless of course you're aiming for that clean look in the first place.

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I'm aiming for something looking clear, even 'new'. It works in right way with my concept.

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On 10/23/2017 at 6:53 PM, CWolf said:

We're moving forward.

 

Some of SHAWN and SILVER textures.

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These look really good. Could you submit a PR for these?

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On 14.12.2017 at 2:18 AM, Doctor Nick said:

These look really good. Could you submit a PR for these?

Sorry, I can't do that due to tech issues with my PC.

 

Last thing I did before those issues come to my machine were those ones. 

 

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I really like those. I've said before, radically changing the style and appearance of the textures (without going too far, still has to fit for the purpose) would help to give Freedoom a more unique look. Many textures are "different enough" clones of the id set without taking any chances on a truly alternate design.

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