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Chronometr
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Art for Guerra de los Cien Años

Post by Chronometr »

Here i want to post arts by our artist PixelCharles. He made it 2 or 3 years ago. So, you can use it if you want.
For free ^__^
England units
England units
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France units
France units
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P.S. I don't know whym but he don't like them now. They are funny :)
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Re: Art for Guerra de los Cien Años

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Those are awesome! I wish I could make stuff like that.
Check out my new sprites!! http://forums.wesnoth.org/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=34347 ❤♪
And don't forget to look at my deviantart.
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Re: Art for Guerra de los Cien Años

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I'm just trying to realise what English Heavy Halberdiers (the second one) armor is made of.
Ey, BTW: It is theoretically possible to make custom faction having in fact TWO colors for their TC?
(Like, half of magenta range would be red colors, and half would be yellow ones etc.)
Just wondering.
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Re: Art for Guerra de los Cien Años

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BTW: It is theoretically possible to make custom faction having in fact TWO colors for their TC?
AFAIK, this is not possible. What you could do, however, is use another palette destined to be recoloured by the engine. In the [unit_type]'s [modifications], you could insert an [object] containing a recoloring function [effect]. Note that I have never attempted this, so I'm not sure how you define palettes (do you just take the magenta one and its equivalents?), where they are defined in the code, and whether or not this could cause issues with some teams (for exemple, would red's units' magenta get turned red, then all the red (original and magenta) shifted to another palette?)

Or you could investigate this, although I have no further insight into it:

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#define MAGENTA_IS_THE_TEAM_COLOR
    # A macro to define a common set of magenta color values which different
    # units can be color shifted by using the team color system.
    flag_rgb=magenta
#enddef
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[unit_type] does not accept [modifications].

data/core/team-colors.cfg contains the mainline palette and color range definitions.
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shadowmaster wrote:[unit_type] does not accept [modifications].
Ack, it's the single unit wml page that induced me into error! Well, I guess you'd have to proceed with a bunch of recruit, recall, advance et al events giving out objects...

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