@Gameuser10 Wow, it looks awesome! Epic!
I MUST have it as a wallpaper on my desktop!
Actually, that's entirely relevant! The quality and size of the image is superior to the ones I can make with my computer. Every time I take a screenshot, its size is just a fraction of the size of my screen. And if I increase the game quality, the size of the window simply shrinks. @Encrypted stated before to have the same issue.
@Pisarz Kinda sorta, yeah... it wasn't really annoying, anyway, all the screenshots I've did were of an awesome quality - my full "Eradicator facing somewhere" screenshot was so beautiful and majestic that I still can't believe I could do something like that - yet, I've lost it...
Still, I agree with you, friend.
Haha, I love the title.
I'm intending to change some textures/skins in the original game. My first post in this thread has been updated.
I uploaded a guide for replacing textures in MACHINES!
I used the camouflage of this drone:
I then made this base texture:
And after that, I applied it so that only the details that I wanted from the original textures remain:
New green (reaper) camouflage!
I rather managed to solve the screenshot size problem!
By increasing the resolution only the menu gets smaller, but during gameplay, the window increases by said proportion! It was so simple, yet, I didn't even try to play after seeing that the menu shrinked.
Yes! I'm planning to change all the textures. Yet, I still haven't identified the textures for the antennae. That's why I took the reapers' backs in the screenshots.
Experiment using original textures and the warp tool in Photoshop CS6.
These were made for the Assembling Machines thread:
The original idea was to make an aerial transport for one specialized unit only, that is too slow/big to move by itself.
This was intended to establish a close relationship between both units due to interdependence.
I made more sketches, but I want to make some sort of portfolio to put everything together.
These designs were discarded, but they evolved into other ideas!