So much juice, I've enjoyed it so much! Great jam entry, and your first no less!
It's all undocumented but you should be able to just enlarge the files and it should work.
faces.png and heads.png: add 16 pixels of width for each part you want to add and just draw it there.
base.png: 24 pixels of height and just draw it there.
Remember to use the same colors (yellow outline, green skin and so on), they are specified in config.json as fromColors
Hm.. interesting. I cannot reproduce this one. What browser/OS do you use? Does it happen to other head types? Does changing colors affect it in any way?
As for why: I use a couple of colors as key colors in the templates to replace them with whatever the user chooses. In particular for skin it's green (00ff00) and dark green (008800) and outline is yellow (ffff00). The colors on the image you've send are a bit off (07fe00, 008b00, f7fc00) so they weren't replaced; but why only on the edges?
There is also a 5% shadow to the left of the head (not visible really, but you'll find it when you inspect the file) this looks like a clue. I'm especially puzzled that it on'y happens to two frames and only part of the picture; super weird. I'll be looking into that.
Hi there! Great work with the project. Happy to be of help :)
I don't treat those tilesets as open contribution but if you prepare a derivative asset (additional characters, new biomes what not) and release here on itch than I'm happy to add a link to the description (currently there is only one here, but there are more in (https://0x72.itch.io/dungeontileset-ii).
Feel free to mod it. Unfortunately, I'm unable to provide support. But I'm sure all the files are provided with the application and visible in the network tab of the dev tools. I took no steps to hide how it works, but I haven't see the code for a long time so you have as much chance to untangle the mess I do. I'm sure you'll manage to figure this one out. Good luck.
thanks a lot! <3
I’m a bit on the fence with cc0. It let houndreds of people to use it and not worry about license; I believe it’s a reason the set has become popular. In the other hand it allowed people to use it maliciously (although I doubt cc-by would change that).
Overall I’m happy with the decision to use cc0. It’s just that it has its flaws.