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Uboachan's scanlation group Patchy Illusion Team has just released two new Yume Nikki Doujins: In the Shallows and Refrain. You can see all of our previous releases here.

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 No.996

Hey everyone! So, I and a couple of my friends are deciding to make a short fangame. I'm making the tiles for the game since I have a bit of experience in pixel art. As I'm looking through Yume Nikki's game files to capture the style of the game and seeing through the tiles piece by piece, there's just one thing that really boggles me and that's with some of the tiles, mostly on the walls. I'm not asking as for how they were made but more on its textures. They use up a lot of colours and are spread very unevenly, yet, they all somehow manage to blend well together. I'd like to know if there's some sort of trick to get those results of texture done or do I really have to place each pixel manually and hope for similar results. The images below have arrows on them just to show what I mean. Thanks for reading!

 No.997

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I'm not quite sure what you mean, but you mentioned images being "spread unevenly" so I'll hang on to that and you correct me if I misunderstood you.

I included screenshots of RPG maker (that's .flow, though) which should kind of explain this. Basically, you just copy and paste tiles from the sheet into the game. Each tile should have a specific size, then you just click the thing and click on the place you want to put it in.

So it doesn't matter how you spread them on the sheet.

 No.999

>>997
He's talking about pixel placement when making tiles, not how to use tiles.

OP, the only cases in your pictures where I'm 100% sure it was done through some texture or algorithm are the walls (e.g the desert ones, mado's room, the wall where you get the ghost kerchief effect). Those more than likely had some "noise" added onto them and then filtered to get the resulting "texture" feeling, then one side got darkened to get a 3D feeling.

The floor wood boards and the book shelf on Mado's room, as the bricks in the skygarden are more than likely done by hand. Just practice a little.

I have my doubts about the sand in the desert. It seems done by hand but don't quote me on that.

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>>999
ANON WHAT ARE YOU DOING.
Also, 1000 GET!

 No.1001

Understood! Thank you, both. I'll see if I can figure it out.



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