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From: Michał Szymański <misiulo@eu...> - 2011-10-27 21:32:02
Dnia 2011-10-18 20:12 André Kirchner napisał(a):
>I'd like to join you guys.
>What can I do? How can I help make this project become more attractive
>in graphical ways?
Actually I've got the goods set pretty much finished, but not implemented,
the single goods images are only meant to be used for work window, so they
may even be inferior to the default set, but that's a temporary solution.
The rest belongs to the programmers.
Now I'm working on colony buildings and colony graphics. And Units. I'm also
waging a never ending war on the terrain, but the terrain is a harsh
opponent. If You want to participate, I'll share my resources with you.
We need everything. In particualar 3D models in exchangable formats, rigged
humans, items, ships and architecture from the relevant period.
If You're working more with 2D, You might even spend some time searching the
net for (open licenced!) period pictures illustrating scenes form the game,
but ones which consistent with those already in the game, or a full new set.
You could also for example begin to design a new UI set; Personally, I have
envisioned a golden-woody frames and buttons, which would go nicely with the
blue-green colors of the map at the and be a nice tribute to the commercial
Colonization relases. I think this does not necessairily reguire
arch-mastery in graphics to do it right, what it does reguire though, is
vision, some time, and genuine effort.
We could also use some nice Fonts in open fromat.