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  1. Hi, I recently started a little project of mine. I wanted to make an isometric project, not sure where I'm specifically going, but we'll see, probably more to the Fallout style. Anyway, I also stumbled upon the post: Well, first of all. I've currently made so that I only have to take a single flat texture and it will automically shift the pixels to match an isometric wall's mask, so - less textures and less tinkering around them, yay... BUT it's in 2D right now, so nothing hardcore here... Now, the problem that I stumbled upon that I can't figure out is - How exactly PZ draws these 3d walls? Well, technically speaking, if I were to use 3D, but make the projection Orthographic, I'd get a topdown view, but that also would mean that I couldn't just use wall planes, because they would be invisible, meanwhile using floor planes would just draw a rectangle on a screen. Maybe I can actually make a transformed floor plane/vector (romb, paralelogram), assign a texture to it and set depth relative to "-y" coordinate? Basically, it would be identical to as just placing sprites on top of each other in a 2d view, but in this case, it would be done with actual 3d objects and 3d draw ordering (z-buffer), I guess... What are your thoughts, any ideas? What would be the best way to accomplish a 2d Isometric game, like PZ, Shadowrun Return, Fallout? Thanks regardless, E.P. Martin
  2. Some textures are looking very unnatural on the ground, like pan, bucket, etc. it is good to change those textures to look more natural on the ground. here is some changes i made and the difference is noticeable.
  3. Hello, i hope this reaches one of the artists of Indie Stone Firstly, your game is by far the best specimen of survival genre i've seen, but i love your art the most I'm embarking on game development, and we are making an isometric game, as i am the only visual guy, i need some tips on how to make actors in a 2d isometric structure as beautiful and with variety like yours Tips that can make my life easier are mucho appreciado. I didn't start proper asset creation, but my current method in mind is making male and female naked actors, every movement in every direction, then creating cosmetics and outfits in every movement in every direction. I am intimidated by the sheer work, i would also appreciate software advice as well. I am using Aseprite right now, but open to suggestions Love you guys, best luck with the game
  4. I understand change isometric view can't be considered, so I read many post giving low-CPU suggestions : weather, presence and quality loots, doors, water (beyond 3D, a better texture, Until i saw map i thought water just was a glich from border map... ). Maybe animate trees, or flying paper in town (i saw this in a GTA, but can't remember wich one, a very impressive effect of dirty suburbs due to flying paper) can give a living stamp to the world whitout changing world engine ? there is possibilites, but i can only speculate on GPU/CPU usage : - use "3D layer" other than for people : for loot or other "light objects" - Use isometric : with animated sprites : anchor a sprite who become animated when displayed/used (doors, water, paper, trees). with multi aspect of sprite too : sprite of barricade lvl 1/2 are beautifull but give a VERY FEELING OF REPETITION, same for broken windows, but it's rare to find 3 or 4 windows broken close enough, All of this "high definition durty sprite (or texture)".
  5. I'll show a few screenies of very alpha development i'm working on. It is an isometric survival post-apoc type using Unity: Feel free to post your thoughts -Winter
  6. So the graphics for this game are awesome, and i've noticed there are a lot of graphics which must have taken a ton of time to make. I am making an Isometric game right now, and it is taking forever to hand-draw every single animation, and direction. Are there any programs or methods that are used to shorten this process?
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