I was creating an Advance Wars-style titleset for Fire Emblem. Doing something the Advance Wars community would be jealous of :v.
But I ran into a lot of problems when creating a TitleSet. Thanks to Vesly, I was able to do good progress with the help of his tutorial, but after sometime the titleset got big proportions and the method Vesly’s uses got unreliable. (since the image got too big to fit in the GBA limitations)
Could someone with experience teach me how to make a titleset/map chip config from scratch?
Like, they are full of content. And I can’t understand how the object image become the titleset it self, if you try to create a titleset based on the object, it become massive blanck spaced in the borders and all that space can be filled but I can’t understand how to change those things…
My brain is almost melting. Also, there is the 16 colors and 10 colors limits you said. But what are they?
I’m hitting my limitations hard here… I’m not sure if I’m breaking the color limits too much or with the titleset is actually bigger than it should.
Is there any video you could recomend me or something like this? I have no experience at all with this sort of things so I’m probably doing something wrong…
I’m sorry if I couldn’t explain the problem properly… I don’t know how to explain it…
Hmmmmmmmm. Vesly, it makes sense… I didn’t think about this before… But there is a question I still didn’t get it.
It’s about these dark spaces. Is there any way of cutting them or filling them with other titles?
How is going? It’s already some days I’m working on the titleset and I got very good results. I’m pinging you because I would like to ask.
Is there any way of expanding these pallete in red?
I noticed the 8x8 titles have palletes that go from 0 to 8 if I’m right. But what about these?
I think 5 palettes are used for the map and another 5 are used for fog of war. I don’t think you can have more than 5, sorry.
You could try asking in #cartography about any tileset questions you might have. I only wrote a guide on importing images as maps - not on creating tilesets. It isn’t an area that I am knowledgable on, so I think you should seek an expert’s guidance.