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Edited by eroock on Jan 6th 2019 at 8:55:48 PM
That looks great, so I went ahead and made the swap. Thanks.
I couldn't find a transparent version of Gory Discretion Shot's image, and it was too complex to edit myself, so I replaced it with this image, which is free to use (with credit):
I'm pretty sure the old one was a stock image we were using without permission anyway.
Sorry, made a mistake. Ignore this.
Edited by Primis on Jan 12th 2019 at 6:06:17 AM
Theremin's image seems to be an old photograph, so I don't think we'll be able to find a transparent version.
I should've thought.
It's no problem, I just removed it from the index.
It's not just me who has this issue, everyone on the Discussion page of The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You also say that, on Night Vision mode, the page image has a white text backgound on it.
Edited by alnair20aug93 on Jan 24th 2019 at 5:01:57 PM
I've been meaning to start an IP thread for that one for a while now, I just haven't got around to it yet. The current one is just straight-up incompatible with Night Vision, and remaking it with Night Vision in mind will make it incompatible with Normal View.
The only way it could work is if we make two versions, one for Normal View and one for Night Vision, and use special coding on the page, like the image for Creepy Changing Painting, but I don't think the staff would be willing to go for that, and even if they were, it'd be at the bottom of their list of priorities right now.
I already have an example in mind to replace it, I just need to edit it.
EDIT: I started the thread.
Edited by Primis on Jan 24th 2019 at 3:28:37 AM
Can someone please make a transparent version of this pic? Thanks in advance.
Is there by chance a larger version of that that I could work with? That one right there is too small for me to edit without causing a big drop in quality.
Edited by Primis on Jan 28th 2019 at 10:27:59 AM
Here's◊ the source pic.
Alright, how's this?
EDIT: I didn't like how the wings turned out the first time◊, so I redid it. I think this one looks much better:
Edited by Primis on Jan 29th 2019 at 2:28:31 AM
That looks great, thanks.
Should Benthelooney be transparent? He uses a white background in his videos... but at the same time, I'm not even sure if he uses that avatar anymore.
Edited by Mickoonsley19 on Feb 10th 2019 at 11:02:25 AM
Is making artwork used with permission transparent when it wasn't originally allowed, such as with Moe Anthropomorphism and Slime Girl?
I think it could be made transparent since it's the Author Avatar and the page isn't about any specific video.
That's a good question. I don't think it would be "against the rules" exactly, because there probably aren't any rules about that. I don't think most artists would mind, honestly, since it's not really altering the art.
The Slime Girl pic was originally transparent, though, so I took care of that one.
EDIT: Y'know, I don't think the Moe Anthropomorphism pic was used with permission. I don't see a notice anyway, nor a tag for an IP thread.
Edited by Primis on Feb 12th 2019 at 8:31:44 AM
I swapped out Benthelooney's image for his current avatar, made transparent. Old pic for reference:
Edited by rjd1922 on Mar 1st 2019 at 2:07:19 PM
Fire Emblem is barely legible in Night Vision, but that seems to be the actual logo so I don't know what we could replace it with. I'm not very familiar with these games, so maybe a fan of the franchise could offer a replacement suggestion.
Elona is really, really bad.
Mistaken for Pregnant doesn't look too good in night vision.
I replaced the image on Elona with the game's title screen, and Fire Emblem has another logo we can use:
I'll bring it up in the IP discussion thread, since the current was chosen via IP thread.
Edited by Primis on Mar 1st 2019 at 4:28:43 AM
I think the pic on Glacier Waif would look better if it was this version◊ made transparent.
Serial Killer (thanks)
I think it'd be better to replace that image entirely since it's Just a Face and a Caption. I started an IP thread here.
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How well does it match the trope?