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Mrmo Tarius

A member registered Feb 12, 2018

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Thanks for the update! I'll be sure to give the new version a try when it's out!

Separate frames, or an option to export an animated gif output from an animated gif input would be fantastic for pixelart-related interpolation!
Also, thanks a lot for this, seems like a formidable interpolation too, your demo videos are mesmerizing :D

Hey! Playscii is one of my favorite go-to applications for relaxing and building concept stuff, so I was thrilled to see the new version up, but apparently Bitdefender flags it as "potentially malicious" again :(

Hey! Seeing the new version is up and my brick wall featured in the update was a pleasant surprise today for sure! Thanks for the continuing development of what is shaping up to become a very versatile and powerful tool!

The node system is already diverse enough that many things can be improvised, but of course it would be nice to have more compact and streamlined tools.

I've noticed that the "tiling" setting in the preview doesn't affect the height map :P

One more from today! The node tree is kinda large and thus not very readable, but it's basically a bunch of warped cell stuff on top of each other.

Hey! I was trying to make an "earth" material, ended up using a bunch of color and blend and map range nodes, would a gradient map node be possible instead?

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My testing thing from today (also has a height map but looks a bit silly in the preview) :D

I'm trying not to spend ALL free time on this, but it's hard not to. Looking forwards to some QOL improvements, but it's VERY usable in its current state.

*edit* I made some knitted wool-like material, inspired by Simon Thommes' Knittr. It's still an early prototype but looks kinda cool and it's relatively easy to make new patterns!

*edit 2* here's also an "earth" material setup. Not bad for half an hour of messing around :D

I'm really impressed and I'm very happy to have a tool this versatile to just play in.
Keep up the great work, I'm already spending a LOT of time playing with the nodes :D

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This is crazy, possibly the best application I've tried using recently. Thank you very much for all the hours I've spent playing in Tilemancer! :D

Here's the stuff I was making, I'm a bit overwhelmed with possibilities.