Someone made a blue suit for Ignis. It’s a little shiny in bright light, but I still like it.
I made my own grey and beige greenscreen colors for screenshots that work much better. Doesn’t color-bleed into the hair, like Nvidia’s uber bright blue, green, purple etc. does, making it easier. Still, took me 3 hours to get his hair clipped. Problem is, I’m super picky. Or just obstinate, or both. 😛 So three examples of this cut-out on random stuff. Still not perfect on black background but it’s tolerable/you can work with it.
The last pic is … well don’t ask. When their heads are smaller you don’t have to be as precise about the hair.
These are large transparent .png files, of Gladio and Ignis cooking.
They do not – far as I know – work as desktop wallpaper as-is.
…Cindy’s hair edges are not perfect, but my eyes are gooey from staring at pixels.
…Ignis’ hair was impossible to color clean up enough for the chop, so I found a black and white image to put him on, problem solved. I should have softened the lighting on him a bit more, he looks a bit mismatched but oh well.
…I need to take more oddball cuts for silly chops. For some reason my mind keeps drifting towards Prompto in a kitten basket. 😛
…actually my imagination well is fairly dry at the moment. For a long time I’ve had this idea for an Ignis MV using a Bishop Briggs song, but I never quite come up with the exact scenes to put in it.
I was missing his glasses.
I’ve been in such a funky mood the past couple weeks. Feeling old maybe. Knees hurt, hands hurt, back hurts. Fall asleep at the drop of a hat but can’t stay asleep for more than a few hours so it’s sleep, wake, sleep, wake (vs. 8 hrs rested). The pollen has been terrible too (spring after all) so a lot of sneezing and a stuffed up nose.
It’s a glitch that occurs if you’re using a Cheat Engine table to add Ardyn as a follower and then repeatedly use Avatara to switch Noctis appearance over and over. Adding this many WILL affect performance a lot. They do not follow you, and the duplicates do not remain upon reloading a save. But they do shuffle around and react to environment “spaces”, so you can bump into them to make them move if you wish, and they interfere with traffic and enemies will attack them, among other things. It’s hilarious.