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boru
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I'll post some screenshots tomorrow .. this looks good to me. Thanks.

EDIT: Here you go.
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I must say the level of brokenness of Wesnoth 1.9 on Mac OS X has risen to new peaks. I can't even get the debug menu to trigger while in windowed mode and the game often crashes in fullscreen. Even collecting two screenshots was a royal pain.

More importantly, the frankensprite looks very nice and if you want to do a few more, like attack & defense frames, or moving frame, that would be great.
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Sorry for late reply (I forgot editing doesn't bump the thread), does that mean it can be considered finished? I can't wait to see it in-game, I think I'll play the whole campaign once again :mrgreen:
Anyway, I will work on animation, however I won't have much time for wesnoth work because of school :?
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Let's say it's finished until the magical day when someone draws an original sprite.

I have a few other things I want to include in the next update, but hopefully I'll have something ready in about a week.

If animation seems too overwhelming, just think in terms of an attack frame, a defense frame, etc.
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ok, will do! I'm so happy I've finished my first (franken)sprite ever :D
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Still in need of an original portrait for Skandix? ^_^
Swamplings Skandix 1.3.png
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I know it's been a lot of time... hope the transparency is ok
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