Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Winner announced!]

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Screenshot of the Month November 2012

Poll ended at Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:03 pm

zprg - mandelbulb in a polyvoxvolume
2
5%
DrSoggySocks - Christmas themed FPS
1
2%
digijohnny - Marine Aviator 2.0 for iPad
1
2%
JimmyRobo - Droidnaught
8
18%
greenya - Abstract Trace
2
5%
Soganatsu-Julien - Irrlicht OpenGL shadow mapping + some visual effects
12
27%
marsupial - 3D World Editor
13
30%
codetiger - Dragon vs Goblins
5
11%
 
Total votes : 44

Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Submit now!]

Postby Cube_ » Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:51 pm

how pretty!
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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Vote now!]

Postby Strong99 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:49 am

Vote now for the best screenshot of November 2012!
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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Vote now!]

Postby codetiger » Fri Nov 23, 2012 3:22 pm

Hi,
Plz review or give your feedback on "Dragon vs Goblins". Especially on colors and rendering. :)
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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Vote now!]

Postby hendu » Fri Nov 23, 2012 3:57 pm

codetiger wrote:Hi,
Plz review or give your feedback on "Dragon vs Goblins". Especially on colors and rendering. :)


Sure.


The contrast between the dragon and the terrain is far too small. Both are bright colors similar to each other.

This makes it hard to distinguish your character. Consider either a black border for the char, or a color change for one or the other.


I would make the bomb numbers bigger. They are a bit hard to read as is.


Rendering is ok, except there are some errors in the lower-left corner (triangle-shaped).
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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Vote now!]

Postby Strong99 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:36 pm

Due to an error I made in the competition by missing one of the contestants in the poll I had to restart the complete competition. My apologies.

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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Vote now!]

Postby codetiger » Sat Nov 24, 2012 5:13 am

hendu wrote:I would make the bomb numbers bigger. They are a bit hard to read as is.

The bombs and the numbers are just a developer preview. We are planning to put a 3d bomb there and sure, big numbers.

hendu wrote:The contrast between the dragon and the terrain is far too small. Both are bright colors similar to each other.

Yes, good point. I'll heck if I can add some shader to make the border dark otherwise, do you have any color suggestions?

hendu wrote:Rendering is ok, except there are some errors in the lower-left corner (triangle-shaped).

Seems, like the vertex normals are not passed to the per-pixel lighting shaders. I'll fix that now. :)
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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Vote now!]

Postby drgnak » Sat Nov 24, 2012 9:38 am

hendu wrote:
codetiger wrote:Hi,
Plz review or give your feedback on "Dragon vs Goblins". Especially on colors and rendering. :)


The contrast between the dragon and the terrain is far too small. Both are bright colors similar to each other.

This makes it hard to distinguish your character. Consider either a black border for the char, or a color change for one or the other.

Are you talking about the floating island? I think the dragon is perfectly distinguishable from it. I could imagine there would be an issue if one was color blind, though.
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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Vote now!]

Postby hendu » Sat Nov 24, 2012 11:16 am

The floating island he's looking at, not the floating island he's standing on. That one is distinguishable. ;)
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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Vote now!]

Postby drgnak » Sat Nov 24, 2012 2:46 pm

Yeah, the one he's looking at is green and orange, versus his bright red.
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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Vote now!]

Postby hendu » Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:36 pm

Yes. The contrast between the bright red and the bright green is bad.

The orange is ok compared to the reds.
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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Winner announced!

Postby Strong99 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 1:10 pm

And this months winner is marsupial with his 3D World Editor!

Congratulations,
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Re: Screenshot of the Month November 2012 [Winner announced!

Postby hendu » Sun Dec 09, 2012 11:09 am

Returning on the contrast topic, I found the code in FLTK for measuring whether the contrast between two colors is enough. If in doubt, it's scientific enough to accurately measure whether two colors are separate enough.

1. Convert both colors to luma (black and white). Use either the NTSC formula or the earlier digital formula. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luma_(video)
2. Calculate their absolute difference, ie abs(luma1 - luma2)
3. If the difference is over 100 (using scale 0-255), or 0.4 (using scale 0-1.0), the contrast is enough.
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