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Master of Puppets

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You're right, it looks better overall, but the dimension/height doesn't fit anymore (in relation to the MC). I guess I'll rerender the images with the MC/Cam in a higher position and looking further down, but these closeups take a looong time to render so I'll do this when I have a bit more time, like after the next update.
Well, I was just demonstrating the framing. The camera angle, yeah I'm not changing that in an image editor :LOL:. Does what you're using for renders support camera guides, out of curiosity?
 

Master of Puppets

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Kind of. There's a 3 by 3 raster, but I barely use it.
I'm not surprised. The rule of thirds works for composing artistic images, but in ones intended to represent the player's point of view, you expect there to be a central focus. I would probably check the program directory to see if I could swap it out for a more suitable guide image if I were working on a VN.
 
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beboybe3

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Right. Simple question: Why did she not lock the door? I've seen intoxicated people. She doesn't act like those. She is definitely hitting on the mc. But let's simply wait how the story unfolds. Still smelling a rat....
Hmm..I mean if I was her I wouldn't expect anyone mess with me when I in Anesthesia stage(maybe?). On the side note, she may has a thing with MC or she just really trust him. You should watch people with Anesthesia moment lmao it's hilarious.
 

Haise01

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It's a really nice change of pace to have a first person female MC, I like that a lot but with the way she looks, I wouldn't have been very disappointed with the usual third person either.
Yeah, I didnt expected to like playing as a female mc but it's really interesting.
Games like this one and High Life have opened my eyes :cool:
 

letsdothisthing

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I'm really impressed with this Visual Novel so far. The story is great, nothing amazingly unrealistic. The characters feel like real people and not mindless bimbos... although the therapist chick is a bit of a mystery. The renders are awesome. The author even has in-between renders to make the scenes feel more fluid and alive, rather than a simple emotion gauge at the bottom.
 
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