Started by C-Chan, January 18, 2008, 02:29:04 pm
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QuoteBTW,... in order to maximize detail,... are we considering turning those into glass door cabinets further down the line? ^___^
QuoteWoah... major goal to achieve. In any case... this Pilot FOSA project is simply just a testing ground? So then... 1.2.X's are the official versions? Wow... my brain just twitched into the future and made me wonder on which will be the official OS-tans for the FOSA project... the many Vistans also influenced this thought... I imagined a bunch of variations fighting over who stays. O_O'Another question... do we have to make props in the file? I mean... it's simpler if people upload the pieces and another person compiles them... I think. Well... at least it will keep filesizes down for the peepz with the dialups (like me who got broadband grounded O_O' *now has broadband only at college*). Final question in regards to filesize... does the compressed SVG format reduce quality of anything within a file?
QuoteExcellent, Nejin-san. ^^(FYI, almost forgot,... save often in the Windows version, cause it does get a little crashy... reason why I want to migrate to version 0.46).Let me know what you think so far. Probably doesn't beat the fun of a lounge game just yet, but is this something you think you'll be enjoying long term? ^___^From what I can see from everyone else's enthusiasm, I have high hopes for this one. ^___^
QuoteFinal question in regards to filesize... does the compressed SVG format reduce quality of anything within a file?
Quote-making the cabinet fronts glassy, adding interior shelves-coloring the walls, ceiling-tiling the wall behind the sink counter (maybe...I ain't so great at pattern fills)-trying to re-granite the counters -___-
QuoteSince we're "home-brewing" the OS-tans... I gues most "non-canon" OS-tan designs will be up to mutual agreement by the FOSA team rather than global acceptance.
QuoteWell yeah, when we get to truly FOSA OS-tans. But... Kissu-san,... you have visited our User Gallery, have you? Our homebrewed OS-tans, by now, far outnumber the canon OS-tan. List any weird Operating System you can think of, and we probably have an OS-tan for it. ^.^
QuoteSo no real need to think a new one up, since there's more than enough to choose from. But the possibility always exists. Personally, I'd like to use other FOSA projects to complete OS-tans designs that never got off the sketching phase. ^^
QuoteLet's say [as an example] we opt to include ME-tan in the pic, and we want her to be inserting a rollcake into the oven. We already know what she looks like, so it'll be an easy process to vector sketch her in that kneeling pose (with the rollcake on a tray in her hands) bit by bit, then codify the sketch bit by bit, then add shading and lighting bit by bit. We probably wouldn't mess with hairstyles much, but we MAY want to change her clothing and that's where the community could gang up to create something original. And by that I mean a combination of average clothing (say a ktichen apron and slippers), but drenched in a level of detail impossible to achieve for a single person to do within the same timeframe. (think of folds in every imaginative part of the clothing, or flower patterns on her ribbons, or a feathering effect on her strawberry-patterned socks, etc) Naturally, that's a more mundane example,... but clearly it would get even more imaginative if we ever had to, for example, design a Mech Suit for Solaris-sama, or a cannon for 2K-tan, or what not. A design like that with tons of tubes, pipes, LED lights, circuitry, smoke, lasers, etc, is bound to challenge our ability to innovate!
QuoteThe real draw behind FOSA is in the potential for absolute depth of detail! *v*