Started by tastefulmrship, 15:46, 20 August 11
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Quote from: TFM/FS on 22:49, 22 August 11Do you want that it will be scrolled like that:
Quote from: TFM/FS on 22:49, 22 August 11However your pic has 320*600, so you can make three pictures out of them and just scroll them. The above example uses four screens (64 KB V-RAM).
Quote from: rexbeng on 13:53, 23 August 11Well, one thing I can say for sure, when seeing the C64 screen out of Edge of Disgrace demo: on the old CPC palette, it would look 100000 times better already. So, why bother in trying to emulate the ugly C64 colours in the first place?And anyway, I think the real deal for a pixel-artist would be to use the normal CPC to produce images. Obviously the palette is limited, but there are so many techniques to mix pixels and colours so as tou give the impression that there's a lot more on the screen (have a look at Sylvestre's page, he has been the one working the most on such techniques http://sylvestre.cpcscene.com/).Strictly from a pixel-artist's view (let's say that, at least, I don't think I'm the only one with that opinion ), there's no real challenge in using the CPC+ palette.rb
Quote from: tastefulmrship on 10:47, 23 August 11That's a good place for me to start, yes.Is that a 1 pixel scroll or 8 pixel scroll? I can't quite make it out from the video. Can you explain how this is done? (Nothing over-technical, just the basics)And I take it this was done on a stock CPC-6128 using upper RAM? That's the bit I can't seem to find too much info on, or maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places.
Quote from: rexbeng on 13:53, 23 August 11...have a look at Sylvestre's page, he has been the one working the most on such techniques http://sylvestre.cpcscene.com/
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