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Jayenkai
Created : 06 September 2017
Edited : 06 September 2017

Gem Sprites



A generator for 'Gems'.
They're not the best looking gems in the world, but if you pick and choose the better output and add a bit of shine to them, you could probably use them in some kind of Match-3 game or something..!?


Example Output



Download (.bmx source included)

Generator_Gems_2017 (.zip)


 

Comments


Monday, 11 September 2017, 06:27
Pakz
No they do not look that nice. Kind of oldskool 8 bit. I would add some light and shadow.

I sometimes watch the alodare music video with those trees you coded. I really like those.
Monday, 11 September 2017, 06:56
Jayenkai
They're a simple random style, and although they might look a bit pants in their natural output style, it's extremely easy to add post-effects in your tool of choice.
They're a good enough starting point, and at the time I wrote this, that's all I needed!

Feel free to improve upon it, and post your own results.
Monday, 11 September 2017, 07:05
Pakz
I might try something like this with mojo3d later on. I am still waiting on the new binaries release though. Mark mentioned releasing a new version last week.