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Seasons GSC Style

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LilaTraube's avatar
hello - can you please make this tileset public? :)
thank you!~~Giggle Heart 
hyperq123's avatar
MLLM's avatar
Why dont you use custom GBC tiles?
CountChristoph's avatar
The Fall Colours look very warm and inviting, and GSC brings back so many nice, fond Memories.
Azzie4's avatar
so cool! do you make them? i never know TTT_TTT
MLLM's avatar
Lovely and i love the palletes may i ask are these palletes private as i have some Gbc tile i would like to give the seasonal touch?
LotusKing's avatar
Well they are for a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge set of GSC tiles I will release for the public soon...
MLLM's avatar
So you will be releasing them? so cant i just use em now xD lol xD if not i will wait then man :)
LotusKing's avatar
uhhm yeah wait until I release mine, then you can use the palettes. but i will release them sooon
MLLM's avatar
Cool or i could create my own palletes xD
Midnitez-REMIX's avatar
I think summer and spring should switch. Things are blooming in the spring so I think they deserve the more vibrant colors.
LotusKing's avatar
Where I live, spring green is brighter as the leaves are less mature and not exposed to strong sunlight and heat.

In the summer everything turns blue-green as it gets more sunlight and even dries out a tad bit. I guess color wise it'd make more sense if they switched... but if I make these public that is up to the discretion of the user! :D
Midnitez-REMIX's avatar
Well I guess it is different for everyone depending on where you live in the world.
DIAPAUSE's avatar
That would be interesting if the sea water changes during seasons c:
LotusKing's avatar
What would change about it? I could add ice in the winter I guess but other than that wouldn't the water be the same? XD
jon-hill987's avatar
Breakers due to winter storms.
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