I will reserve for an image edity thing.
Fighting these damn robots all day
(concludes nothing and has no major effect)
High above the skies, up in the infallible depths of the stars, lies the next being to enter the expanding zone known as "the mansion". Although lying would be an improper term, as the correct verb would be "falling".
He'd been playing one too many physics-based destroy games you see, and decided it'd be fun to build his own slingshot. Of course, he didn't quite take into account his target, or the power of his slingshot...
and crash lands in the middle of a building, high above the sky.
Last edited by thetoastking; 04-24-2012 at 02:06 PM.
Psst when you make a gif animation please also provide a still image copy in PNG format
Gifs have a lower maximum colour cap and thus the image loses quality if saved that way. It is also a bit more of a pain to edit the final frame of a gif image rather than a convenient png one already provided for you
Right, sorry, there you are.
I reserve for building, I have an awesome idea, just lemme catch up first.
Phew. Finally. It's finally done. Now this is a proper workshop-in-the-making that any aspiring Mushroom Kingdom Engineer needs (a.k.a, he's the guy who makes all the blocks, items, etc in the Mushroom Kingdom. In training.) Of course, he's technically not in training because he's the only guy who does that, but he's still got a way to go before he can actually start making properly working original items instead of copies of current ones. But he still tries. Oh boy, does he still try. Anyway, thank god this is done. Not only did it take him more than a fucking hour playing Dig-Dug just to get down here, transport the supplies, and build everything, but it also took him a while to rig up a Warp-Pipe from there to the surface, what with all this crazy shit going on. Well, hopefully he van just relax for a while. Though most likely not.
Last edited by TruthHurts22; 05-03-2012 at 11:43 AM.
Uh...How? I'm using Paint, and I can't find out how to do that. Also, how did I shrink the image? I honestly don't see any size difference.
Last edited by TruthHurts22; 05-03-2012 at 08:27 AM.
There. I uploaded them to Imgur. Though it's still kinda blurry :I Well, on the mansion on, anyway. Wait, no, it's all better now. Lemme just edit my post.
Last edited by TruthHurts22; 05-03-2012 at 11:42 AM.
I'm a bit late because I never noticed this before some how but... Sul did you really have to use a gradient for that rocket tube?
It makes it almost completely impossible to edit now, it's almost as bad as introducting artefacts with a jpeg except you can barely even see the gradient anyway >_>
Please nobody else use gradients on pixel art ever ever
Reserve for small plot that should accomplish nothing.
With nothing better to do, Truth (Yes, that is his name, don't question it) decides to go check out the kitchen. After navigating his way through the huge "mansion", he decides to stack all of the five...No wait, four microwaves in a convenient square. I mean, seriously. One of the was under a table. Not only is that possibly dangerous, but horribly inconvenient. I mean, you'd have to get on all fours just to use it. Who furnished this room?
I just realized, my character's sprite has the buttons for his overalls up where his shoulders would be...
That smell... It smells like... like a pirate!
There's a pirate... on this ship...
NO NO NO NO! WE'RE LEAVING! WE'RE LEAVING RIGHT NOW!
DON'T YOU SAY "WHYYY" TO ME!
Person and the hat have flown away.
The Blob has somehow managed to find itself on the ceiling.
[Pirates are the enemy to magical rainbow hats.]
Reserving a serving of plot.
Bored as always, Truth takes one of the microwaves-they really don't need more than three-along with some meat and meat by-products, and head down to Dalm's upgraded Medical Room. He puts the microwave onto the Examination Table, and cover's it in the aforementioned meat. His plan? To create a Meat Monster! You suppose that Dalm is okay with this. I mean, it is in the name of SCIENCE! Experimental SCIENCE, yes, but SCIENCE non-the-less. Now, how do you work this thing...?