Started by Gryzor, 11:25, 26 March 20
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Quote from: ivarf on 00:22, 27 April 20Am I the only one here preferring the original CPC colours over the GX 4000 and Enterprise for the examples shown?
Quote from: AxelStone on 19:52, 28 April 20CPC has a very vibrant palette, we are used to this colours and for us they are really very good
Quote from: reidrac on 09:47, 27 April 20The problem I see here is that you usually draw things using the palette you have, and a palette swap is never ideal because with different colours I think it would lead to different pixels.
Quote from: elmer on 00:43, 29 April 20It really doesn't help that modern pixel-perfect digital files absolutely don't do justice to what the Amstrad screens look like on a real Amstrad CRT.The bluring that occurs on sharp changes of brightness really helps to soften out the Amstrad graphics, and a master-artist (such as Mark Jones was), would take every advantage of the CRT's behaviour to make his game art look amazing.His sprite art was all created on the Amstrad CPC itself in Amsoft's Screen Designer software, so he used every trick available to make it look great.
Quote from: Sykobee (Briggsy) on 16:02, 29 April 20The CPC is more bright and tropical however, which I feel works better - on this level at least.But the sky is black, so is it nighttime?
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