Started by mr_lou, 19:27, 02 October 09
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Quote from: genesis8 on 03:31, 04 October 09Do you mind if I put this picture on my amstrad news site ?
Quote from: TomEtJerry on 17:10, 04 October 09I think this picture would be nicer with rasters. I suppose it is possible to change the color of the water. The mushrooms can be have their own color too :-).
Quote from: mr_lou on 08:35, 05 October 09I did think about rasters. But I don't know how to implement it, and besides, it wouldn't work in this picture because of the big tree in the foreground. It uses 3 colors already, so it wouldn't be possible to split the screen at the water.But she might try doing a MODE 1 picture with rasters later.But my CPC coding skills are poor. I don't suppose anyone can give me some simple C code that shows me how to change colors at a certain rasterline? Some simple loop, I imagine, Using Z88DK and CPCRSLIB. Could be fun to try http://cpcwiki.eu/forum/index.php?action=post;quote=3152;topic=396.0;num_replies=5;ee033e2=80eb5c1aaffeae6a3617f81cd17d49cc#out some day.
Quote from: arnoldemu on 22:44, 05 October 09Use ConvImgCPC.Design the picture on the PC and try to limit where you use more than the 4 colours, then use ConvImgCPC to see how it converts. Then edit your picture so that it will convert perfectly?This program comes with code to display the picture too.
Quote from: TomEtJerry on 00:18, 07 October 09Hello,I really think the picture is suitable for MODE 1 extended colors. I will try to do a little something with it. Coding rasters is really easy, boring but easy :-).T&J/GPA
Quote from: TomEtJerry on 23:28, 10 October 09Hello,I took an hour to make a little rasters routine for this nice picture with WINAPE. You can find the result here :http://tj.gpa.free.fr/temp/rasters.zipWell, I think the picture needs some light modifications (one of the mushrooms at the left of the screen should be moved to be completly red :-) ), but the result is not too bad in my opinion.Hope to see soon a MODE 1 rastered slideshow from Denmark :-)Hervé
Quote from: TomEtJerry on 23:28, 10 October 09I took an hour to make a little rasters routine for this nice picture with WINAPE. You can find the result herehttp://tj.gpa.free.fr/temp/rasters.zip
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