Wow, lots of replies!
Yay! And given how much you're helping all of us out with your gorgeous portraits, it's only fair that you get something in return. I can't wait to see your project in action!
Thanks! They're pretty easy and fun to use in parallax mapping.
Thank you, and I'm very happy to share.
It's always good to have a touch of uniqueness, isn't it?
Thanks for the suggestions!
I didn't add any lines on the smaller roof areas purely for the aesthetic. It just looked better without them. Likewise for the dark left side of the angled wall. I know that the light source is on the lower left, but making a bright left side just made for an odd shape. Two dark panels on the side made for an easier-to-recognize shape. Hopefully it can be overlooked just a little
, but if not, it's pretty easy to change. The dormers look odd stand-alone, but they're really meant to blend into the roof - sort of like a small raised roof area. Though your edit looks great.
I hadn't added any shadows (save for the slanted walls) because I always add them last - based on the architecture and placement in-map. I figured everyone else does this too, though I can certainly add them in the tileset if everyone prefers that. I just, personally, like to experiment with tiles and less shadows means being able to create some pretty unique placements.
He's preaching about saving your soul.
I'm glad tiny trees get love too.
Thank you! Pixel art (or in this case, painted small-scale pixel art) isn't easy, but it can produce some amazing results. You should look up some of the real pros out there. What some people can do with pixels blows my mind!
Thanks! More tiles is always better, no?