Used to love doing custom makeup/guitars that suited the character. Now I don't bother. Harder to work with in all its re-sizing-stretching-non-related-to-actual-body-part-art-placement-location-canvas to work with.... pretty bad new system and much harder to see. 'New and improved' gets thrown around a lot.Though that gets screwed up too if you use the design elsewhere, move it, gets moved off original character. I ASSUME you can copy it in full, but too few slots available for art to bother.
Before they wanted you to promote and showcase your band and what you could do with them creatively (pictures/contests) but now they don't care about the band anymore. Yup, improvements.
So on that note. For the Request:
How about just making the art maker friendlier to work with again. Have the working canvas size actually reflect the size of the surface you're working with. For example if I do custom eye makeup, one can't work with both eyes at the same time. Have to do one, the other, then do a werid re-size to attempt to get it to look how you want and in the proper place. Previously, the surface you saw was surface you got. Also, bring back notification of what shape is on what layer. Right now, totally useless in having layers when it won't let you know what's where. The guessing game is time consuming.
Last edited by folkeye; 09-07-2011 at 04:24 PM.
RB animation needs luv & life:
Chk it out HMX!
I like the toggle idea though, I understand their reasoning, but still miss seeing some nice face paint job or custom art on someone's gear. But again, i understand the rationale. "This is why we can't have nice things" comes to mind in this instance.
"We need emotional content. Now try again." - Enter The Dragon
We've ended on a sour note:
Still...thank you for the music
PLEASE fix the color scheme on the Stars and Studs bracers, so that they're back the way they were in RB2. And if at all possible, the mouth animations in the RB3 versions of the Bon Jovi songs. And maybe make my drummer stop getting so mad every time I play Social Distortion, Judas Priest, and Offspring.