Thanks. the hourglass , alas, is on the black widow's belly rather than its back. some do show a spot pattern on the back which is somewhat mimiced here.
it appears to be unpublished but not deleted. i cannot see it when not logged in.
@ZaPaper: cool! I'm glad to meet someone else who enjoyed it. Too bad RoD:The TV wasn't quite up to the same level.
My nick, alas, has no good provenance. I came up with it in elementary school and it has momentum.
By the way, if portrait suggestions are still open, I'd like to put Baldric forward.
He's an entry I made during the contest itself, and since he's not layered he isn't in the generator, but he is fully sheeted here: http://opengameart.org/content/four-characters-my-lpc-entries
Baldric Mocarie is an aging general who's not quite ready to stop leading from the front. He is a tactical genius but not gifted in strategy, and is chronically uncomfortable in the company of nobility. His ability to solve unexpected problems in the field has led to promotion beyond his comfort and to some extent his ability, and long periods of diplomatic and political work have taken their toll on him. Still, he has remained strong through the years and is still fiercly loyal to those in his command.
I gotta ask--is your username a Read or Die reference?
You can indeed use these images for free. All you have to do is give credit as specified above. I'd also appreciate it if you posted a link to your project when it's done, though that is optional.
If there isn't anything taken directly from the original game it's probably fine. You can't copyright ideas, after all.
For the record, those tiles aren't isometric but obliquely projected. It is a neat and underused projection, especially in recent times. Good job!
Thanks! I do hope to see more Heroine Dusk from you at some point, though I understand that you are busy. We've been missing you on the IRC though :)
For the record I have added OGA-By as a license everywhere I am allowed. In some cases, of course, derivative works require the permission of other authors as well.
Oh yeah, I'm only talking about the images in the thread itself, not the submissions. Sorry about that.