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.
…mostly Prompto. The “older Noctis” is Avatara, with the thicker beard.
I have a bunch of cut-outs that I keep working on a bit here and there, but the hair, the hair is so difficult, one could spend hours each one going pixel by pixel to clean up/cut out the color bleed to even somewhat tolerable levels. I wonder if there’s an easier way, outside of erasing 1/3 of the character’s hair, or trying to clone over it (a little cloning works ok, too much starts to look funky). Probably not. It’s either hours spent or use the cut-outs only on backgrounds where it wouldn’t be noticeable.
I’ll keep trying/fiddling with them (because I like pain) but dunno how many I may post or if I’ll post. I doubt there’s a huge “market” or interest in such. It’d just be nice sometimes to be able to put a fave pose of a character onto whatever wallpaper background or scenic shot I might take, vs. always trying to capture a moment in-game (where something in the scene is in the way 3/4 of the time…). Basically, I want to do what Prompto does with some of his photos. 😛
… in case you really love the magical mutt. 😉
Just some 4k portrait screenshots of the big lug.
These are large transparent .png files, of Gladio and Ignis cooking.
They do not – far as I know – work as desktop wallpaper as-is.