Oh yeah yeah, maybe I should mention in the description that it's actually intentional.. ':D I had to add some environment interactivity based on the task, and that's what I came up with to expand on the horror vibes :P Thanks for checking it out, Duke-sama! <3
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Wahh thank you so much >///< I'm really glad to hear that!
Obviously fan-art is allowed and will be loved and cherished! :D Be sure to post it in this comments section here too if you want to!
Feels like a good sci-fi short story, which I really like! Amazing how you fleshed out the characters, even tho we only find out about them from one person's memories. Thanks for using my sprite, she really fits here :D Now I wish I made a more diverse range of emotions for her! Also, I'm amazed how you managed to make the japanese school location backgrounds fit perfectly into the spaceship scenario, by explaining what the function of the objects shown actually is. It's weirdly clever :D
It seems to me you're an aspiring Visual Novel developer. If you're having trouble drawing characters for your games, you can always just commision someone like me to do this work for you. If you want to do it yourself, I'd suggest you first get a good grasp of drawing people, or anime characters specifically. It's going to take a lot of work. Search youtube for beginner tutorials on drawing characters, and most importantly copy a lot of screenshots from your favourite anime / the anime which artstyle you see most fitting for your projects. Copying will help you understand how to draw - don't use these copied practice drawings in your projects tho :D
When it comes to drawing digitally, any software which can save pngs with a transparent background will do - Photoshop, SAI, etc. Even newer Paint versions can do that I believe.
Good job :D Real crazy you could design a character so specific yet such that I and apparently many others could 100% relate to, from having a crush on a grown woman in my early teens to testing out weird spells from the internet as a hobby, heck, even the game design student thing. Yet the novel felt just like a description of something that goes around in my head as a "what if...", as it didn't delve too deep into the topics it touched on. The part with meeting the young version especially dissapointed me, as I expected much more deep and strange conversations to occur and revelations for the younger girl to have as a result. I also don't like how much the player gets punished for choosing to go get a job, tho the MC theoretically wouldn't necessarily need to get away from Nelly because of that. Tho I understand why you decided to make it turn out like that. And despite everything I said I'm glad you created this story.
Looking forward to other novels <3
This story has lots of potential! I really really wish the novel had proper visuals, stuff like cgs, I wish the characters would come to life much much more and became more intricate in the first part, so that I could really feel the second part through. For now they really just felt like characters in a game with predictable dialogue and nothing more to me :D
Keep up the good work <3
Hey, thanks again for using my sprite, I just checked out the game and I'm impressed! Especially the music, since you made it yourself I feel the need to compliment you on that, it's amazing. Take your time buddy, I'm enjoying your project even in its unfinished form.
There's a little bug in a scene where Tom's in his room and talks to *spoiler* a girl and then passes out. There's an error that says "Image Tomangry not found". I'm not sure if you know about that, maybe you do~ Sorry
As I understood, people on this website not only wish for the sprite to have multiple outfits, but also multiple poses - I plan on adding such variety to sprites I'll draw further down the road - right now I posted this one sprite-set and also the other one just to see what posting on itch.io is like and so. I understand that you can't really do much with just one outfit, one pose and 7 emotions on a character, but maybe it will work as a main character for a reallly small tiny project, or just as a side character.