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It’s only the second half of the competition, because the first half didn’t record.
Tags: Game Maker, game maker 7, ld24, timelapse
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Just put the youtube link in as plain text, wordpress will convert it for you.
Thanks for the tip. I never use WordPress, I was trying to use the embed code.
Yeah, I had the same problem yesterday. Looks awesome, I wish I could draw like that.
I love watching timelapses of art getting made… you did an incredible job and I can’t wait to play it!
Holy crap, you’re using MS Paint! Good job, however, I would suggest GraphicsGale; much faster when doing pixel art + animations. But still good job doing it all in MS Paint!
It’s the GM7 built in sprite editor. Very similar to MS Paint, though with different features. There’s a shortcut for picking color that I abuse to no end, and there’s a neat tool that instantly transfers all pixels of the color on the left mouse button to the color on the right mouse button. Also you can move the graphics around pixel by pixel with the arrows at the top, and the image wraps around, which is really helpful for making tiles. Though, drawbacks include the inability to flip/rotate without flipping/rotating the entire image, and you only get 1 undo.
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