Decided to post some pixels after a long hibernation. Fantasy theme. Hope you like it!
also - happy ester
Amiga OCS palette (about 90 colors)
@Raphis - thanks!
easy? - no :/ I'm afraid, no. Only way I now/have access to is an executable file (messing with copper etc during display in each line/frame)
We did it through some scripts for grafx2 and converter - then assembler program generating small exe file.
But I still don't have easy to use solution. Project was suspended temporaily some time ago - there were new features planned to increase color number even more, but I am still waiting for it :)
You can always use EHB mode - 64 colors with well prepared bright palette is cool solution :)
Wow, just breathtaking! Is there any easy way to use more colors in OCS/ECS?
yeah you should release it on revision you would won for sure!
and thanks ;)
Thanks @carrion, I should release it on Revision ;)
- and congrats on your work from GERP!
@Mathias: Thank you pal
- ha ha your description is on the point.
Just like we talked - this was rather quick (for me) work, I had to sacrifice some quality. I was to trying to improve my workflow, and it went good, but there was no place for more attention/detail.
If there will be some free time I will do some landscapes like this but in 16 col. or so.
@8Nephila8: Thanks man!
Amazing piece Jok. Congratulations!
Wow awesome. Very dramatic. Pretty ambitious image, man!
If I were to try to interpret the story-telling here I would guess this necromancer type guy is overseeing some kind of evil cataclysmic event unfolding, some kind of supernatural force creeping over the land. He no doubt has enemies in the house below.
@Theoden: thanks, glad you like it :)
Very pretty scene.
Fantastic scene, colors and mood. I love it.
Muchas gracias @redmilion
esta demasiado bueno el escenario y los colores
i would be very interested to see your approach with very limited palette!
imho using restricted palette is very good exercise, but in the end the result is all what matters :]
@b236: thank you!
I shall do something like this with very limited colors next time
great scenery! really love the contrasts of values on the ridge