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Mass Effect Backgrounds

Discussion in 'Backgrounds' started by GhostRider, May 28, 2012.

  1. GhostRider

    GhostRider Potential Patron

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    Here are a few Mass Effect backgrounds I made using Google and the always helpful MS Paint.
     

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  2. ton3

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    This is exactly the type of stuff I was looking for.
    Especially for Tali, Maranda, and the asari(s).

    Thank you.
     
  3. Mak

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    Those are rather clean for MS paint, nice job. I don't get along well with most MS editing tools lol.

    The current background template is 700x850, just thought you might be interested. I'm not personally sure if it would actually cause any issues, I always play zoomed out and only zoom in to test my own crap.
     
  4. Gord

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    Nice job! MS paint prevails...
     
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    Nice backgrounds. Some of the perspectives are a little strange, especially illium where the characters look huge but other than that good job.

    I bet the illusive man never saw that coming :
     

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  6. GhostRider

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    Thanks everyone! I'll probably use the template next time, I was just sizing them by seeing what they looked like in game. And yeah, some of them aren't perfect, but I was trying to get as much variety as possible. I was surprised by how hard it is to find Mass Effect scenery that doesn't have a character in the foreground or isn't some kind of aerial view.