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Just three audience BG's

Discussion in 'Backgrounds' started by wands, Jan 16, 2014.

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Have an opion...

Poll closed Nov 13, 2015.
  1. More

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  2. Do better

    7 vote(s)
    77.8%
  3. Less

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Go away

    1 vote(s)
    11.1%
  1. wands

    wands Potential Patron

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    I have seen requests and wanted some for myself so I thought these...

    A vote or reply would help me focus on projects if you have the time...
     

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  2. aztlan

    aztlan Swell Supporter

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    Don't Look (best) > Unexpected > Large Audience (worst)

    Putting them in more of a cartoon/anime style would help integrate them into the game better (if you gave the time and talent).
     
  3. Tweak

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    I also prefer that backgrounds be both 1) art and 2) complete to be considered a proper background.

    I've seen people upload "audience" characters that are just surrounded by white space or the like, and that may be a small step to creating a decent audience background, but most people who make requests aren't asking for a resource that they will have to do work on to get the final result (typically due to a lack of familiarity with how to do the work).

    Example: found a file with a couch and girls on/behind it, but there was no room/setting/actual background to speak of. I tried photoshopping this object into an actual background of a room, but I'm not the best at that sort of thing and I hesitate to upload something that combines other people's "work" without their consent/credit.
     
  4. karlpaws

    karlpaws Potential Patron

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    For a background to work in SDT it kinda needs a foreground space where the characters can be standing/kneeling, unless you pair it with a position file or expectation that you will be zoomed in on the main him/her models the whole time.

    Tweak, if you post links of the two images you found I can try to merge them myself. I think I've mostly gotten the hang of it, as long as the "top" image doesn't have a very busy background.