Thanks to the awesome work of the people on the EemFoo Discord, we have been able to restore a prototype version of Ron norns, as featured in the C1 file: "full.spr"
To correct the coloring in the SPR file, reversing the palette order was used.
The original sprite was the Male Adult. Sprites for younger ages were created by downsizing. Female sprites are the same as the male.
This particular breed has an unusual gait due to the shape of the leg. Ron norns too suffer from this, but their ATTs were adjusted by CL to ignore the issue. (The upper leg does not correctly connect with the lower leg in Ron norns).
Special thanks to NeoDement and Bedalton for making this happen!
Click HERE to nominate someone for coordinator, volunteer to coordinate (or just help), or suggest a theme!
I mentioned this in the video, but I'll mention it here too just in case. I don't know yet if I'm running for coordinator this year. I've got a PhD application I'm waiting to hear back on, so until I get an update on that, nothing in my life is set in stone. If I don't end up running (or if I do run and someone else wins anyway!) I'm sure the festival will be just as awesome!
I spent a good part of this week converting the Nornish language to Handish, and making a soundboard for listening to the syllables. I hope you enjoy using them as much as I do!
In order to assist in understanding the genetically engineered species cyberlifogenis cutis of Albia, here is a translator to convert between Nornish and Handish-English. Syllables are separated with hyphens, and words are separated with spaces. For example: eat lift is mah-zyo chn-ee-pah. This is inspired by the prior advancements toward creating a dictionary for the Creatures games languages, such as Norn Babblings, Operation Coal, and Linguistics.
Here also is a soundboard of the syllables of the Nornish language. You can use this with the translator to hear the syllables of the Nornish words!
Sorry again for all the delays, but we got there in the end, didn't we! I'll let you all know who won the design contest once the voting slows. As for next (well, this) year, I put the CCSF 2022 nominations poll on my to-do list for March, which means you should get it by the time the sun burns out! ;P Thank you all for such a great festival! <3