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Can I get this in CGA?
It's a little too bright, but here you go 1/2
Again terrible lights on face :/ tried my best bet it's hard
Awesome! Can you do this in CGA?
(just the left girl is fine, but both is also okay!)
Don't worry, anon.
Nothing going in Paint wont fix.
Would it be possible to do a commidore version of this?
I would like this in Commodore 64 please, if you're still doing this.
I don't know what you all expect from cartoon images. It's no good for this kind of conversion...
It's not cga but it's the same style with diffrent palette
The CGA and EGA examples look more like VGA with a constrained color palette, and the colors are off on the Apple II example. On the flipside, the Commodore 64 example is pretty good, down to having those chunky horizontally stretched pixels.
To fix the Apple II example, I'd use darker, more saturated colors. It's been a long time since I've used an Apple II, but I remember the colors being less pale than in the example.
For the CGA and EGA examples, as well as possibly VGA if you're going for the Mode 13h look, I'd use vertically stretched pixels. 320x200 is technically 16:10, but on older hardware it was always meant to be displayed in 4:3, and therefore stretched vertically.
I took a 320x200 screenshot from Scorched Earth, resized it to 1280x800, then extracted an individual "pixel" and resized it 500% twice over, resulting in a perfect 100x100 "pixel". Then, I took the same screenshot I originally started with, stretched it to 1280x960 this time and did the same thing; I ended up with a 100x125 "pixel". When you stretch 320x200 to 4:3, the individual pixels have a ratio of 1:1.25
I apologize for sperging out. What you're doing is cool, but you know, I wouldn't be surprised if I weren't the first person to notice these things. ;)
Yup you're right. But it's not so important for me to make true oldschool graphics. I just make retro style interpretations.
There is no difference between background and the stripes in this kind of conversion so I had to turn up brightness
Nope. This palette will not recognize difference between dog, hoodie and background. Look