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>what's this?
A thread for the organization and development of a VN with minor puzzle/adventure game elements starring Libbie the Cyber Oryx.  Previous thread: >>118872 (archive: https://archive.ph/z17yE)

>what will the game be like?
A simple, short puzzle/adventure game presented like a VN and inspired by old Flash adventure/"sim" games.  We'll be working in Ren'py, and the game will mostly be slice-of-life comedy and light romance.

>what did you accomplish in the last thread?
- Progress on script and new demo 9see below).
- New drawfag who refined his sketches into final base illustrations (pics related).
- More detail on final day and endings.
- Got a gitgud repo set up to prevent bottlenecks/make saving progress easier.
Our progress is pretty glacial, but we're still making progress.  We may also be getting a new codefag, since the current one doesn't have a lot of free time.  As always, anyone is welcome to contribute.

The most recent demo is for day 3: https://files.catbox.moe/zlm5fa.zip - there's also a Linux version: https://files.catbox.moe/c5cg72.bz2
The most recent script is for day 4: https://cryptpad.fr/pad/#/2/pad/view/CUEED+Rote5DxIqRzBOzS2tkLMAuc25aiszokevm4fg/
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Maff is a nigger, look, she's a nigger!
Finish your fucking game first before you shill it.
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- Asset for a Libbie-brand CPU similar to pics 1-4.  There was an anon in the previous thread who said he was going to work on it, but never delivered: >>140087
- Illustrations for the Libbies should have expressions/poses added for different emotions.
- Illustrations for Kiki and robo-Kiki should be moved from sketches to shaded drawings.
- Day 3 demo needs bug fixes as detailed in previous thread: >>166730 and >>166731 and >>166763.
- Codefag needs to remember his gitgud password (>not using a password manager) and upload the day 3 demo.
- Writefag needs to make progress on day 5 script (won't happen until start of November due to limited free time).

If I'm forgetting anything, feel free to remind me.
Oh, and here's the actual gitgud repo page: https://gitgud.io/retardmetal/sleepy_libbie_vn
> There was an anon in the previous thread 
I'm here. What else do you need done for the CPU things?
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>>a Libbie CPU branded with the phrase "SeXXXay thangZZ 4 H0M", with the last character being scratched out
One anon had also mentioned that the Windows XP branding should cover most of the CPU, which I think would be an improvement.
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To be clear, the actual label should read "SeXXXay thangZZ 4 H0M-" where the - is a character that has been scratched out or burnt off.
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You forgot the real demo :^)
I just notice artlibbie character aesthetic are not fitting with her workspace.

Do background need to be change? or ArtLibbie herself need to change?
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Also, in this scene, the character need bit of resizing. it look bit too crowded.
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>haven't played the newest Libbie demo yet
>screen hurts my eyes
>take a look at the Libbie VN thread
>see Maff's big honkers
>decide I'm playing anyways
>realise there's no point to playing a visual novel if you aren't looking at the screen
>I will be Maffless for yet another night
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Don't hurt yourself, anon.  She'll be there for you tomorrow.
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Libbiebros report in?
Once I am back at my computer I will finish up the CPU assets mentioned in >>168652
Do we still have our:
[ ] scriptfag
[ ] codefag 
[ ] drawfag

Also to the codefag have you updated the repo yet
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>[ ] scriptfag
I never went anywhere, I'm just busy this month.
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>>168647 (OP) 
Wait a minute, i know that art style from anywhere!
You don't mind fanart in this thread do you?
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Ok then what about libbieniggers instead than you insufferable autist
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because i felt like making a dumb drawing
Beautiful.  10/10.  Do the colours represent anything?

Honestly, sure.  Anything that doesn't remind me of the cuckchan retard perpetually shitting up the /agdg/ thread.
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>do the colors represent anything?
people maybe.
>Once I am back at my computer I will finish up the CPU assets 
Have you gotten back to your computer yet?
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What if you were in an elevator and maff went to enter but her heel caught on the threshold and she tripped and  fell into you and smothered you with her giant boobs haha that would be so funny.
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Just got back. Will do that either tonight or tomorrow.

that would suck  haha
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haha yeah

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I got the SD working and its pump out free BGs!
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>letting a demon bound in the form of a machine create for you
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But it gonna help us alot
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The aesthetic of stock images with watermarks all over them is fun, and I'm not sure what an AI-generated image would accomplish that a stock image wouldn't.
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Use any tools you have, anon.
I actually do like how they look with the cheesy watermarks on them.
Bless us with your sekrit fringe knowledge about AI demons then, anon.
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I personally think the stock images were a lot better. Reminds me, I gotta play the new demo now that I'm feeling better. I should also dig out my sample collection and fuck around for a bit, see if I make any fitting music or ambient noise for this thing.
Does the engine we using able to change face layer?
Dont need to load whole body image but replace their face when emoting.
Make me have easier time to draw them.
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I think Ren'Py just treats images as images, so if you want to have a character's face change but her pose remain the same then you would have to manually make a new image.  But if you work digitally, then you can just make a base layer for the character's body, and then draw different faces on top and save them as their own images.

It's not necessary to have different poses for every emotion, but I do like having different poses for some emotions like anger or sheepishness.

What exactly is the problem you're encountering?
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You can use Composite() to stitch multiple images together
How about I bless you with a sekrit fist in your ass?
Just curious if we can do that, and probably help to lower the size of the game.

no biggie really, just curious
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I wouldn't worry about file size.
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>page 9
Libbiefags, any updates?
Where's the jar?
I demand more libbie
anybody got archive of the previous thread? i forgot to mass download the files and images oops
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I downloaded all the OC but not the miscellaneous images like reaction images etc. Want me to upload them?
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better than nothing its OK also are you the same OP from the previous thread?
i actually have the first thread saved this time its about 3gb or so in total due to the high res stuff
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No I didn't make this thread but I was here in the two prior threads. let me make a archive quick
Writefag here.  I had meant to do more writing this month but I haven't been working on it.  No real reason, I'm just lazy.  I'm going to be making some computer hardware changes this weekend so that'll take most of my free time, but once I've got things sorted out I can move forward and start on the next day.

Currently we just have day 5 left, which will include wooing Art, confronting T.T. about his doings, and the performance review from Z-Energy's higher-ups.  After day 5 will come the endings.
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Drawfag here, been busy with commission. But I planned to finish all of the character base(happy,sad,angry) emotion before new year.
Maybe add in DudeLibbie design to.
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commission me giving you a hug for art.
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Ebin. Glad to see everyone is still here
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God willing this project will be finished next year. I can't wait to play it.
Don't die it's nearly Christmas.
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Time to post christmas libbie

Also now that I finally have free time I will try to get to the things I had to do. If the codefag wants to post a .zip or something of the current renpy project I could probably take over
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Please do, anon.
And set up a new gitgud because I couldn't recover mine
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Done. New gitgud is here
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Godspeed, anon.
M O A R 
W H E N ? ? ? ?
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I cleaned up some of the code and will be redoing some parts of the UI. Now waiting on writefag and artfag. Check in?
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Writefag here.  I'll be working on day 5 in January and I aim to have it done by the end of the month.
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Art Libbie and MaleLibbie will finish in a week I hope.
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you fool, it's too early for me to fap!
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Fucking nice.
>he delivered
Now this is ebin :DDDD
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is it just me or does maff look like a huge fucking slut
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Maff is pure. 
Purely for fried chicken wings and grape drank.
Update: I made the mistake of installing Windows 10 on my main PC and I am currently trying to get it out of a bluescreen boot loop.  Troubleshooting has produced some minor results, but nothing stable enough.  I hope to have the problem solved by this weekend, one way or another.

I should have listened to her.  Why did I do this to myself?

Thanks for this, by the way.
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UhhhhhArggghh indeed!
a bit off topic but does anyone have the libbie webm with "call one me" playing in the background?
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Writefag here.  Sorry to disappoint, but I haven't worked on the VN script for this month.  I've been busy with work (they want me to go into the office starting this week) and other hobbies.  I'm pushing to finish one of those hobby projects soon, within the next week or so, and after that I'll focus on Libbie.

That said, there can certainly be progress made on the puzzles.  I know we have a working tile-swap game for the first day's puzzle in the electric junction box, and there are other games with word logic or number logic that would be easy to implement.  Is the codefag around?
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I'm disappointed in myself too.
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I believe in you fags
Never give up
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> Is the codefag around?
Howdy. I'm here
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Oright this one finish.
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>you will never do yoga with art libbie
I should not be lazy.
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Do you have any plans for how the puzzles are going to go?  I think we can at least do the first tile puzzle from the electric box on day 1 without causing problems for anything else.
The puzzle would need:
- start point for "electricity"
- end point for electricity
- some way to track if a tile lets electricity flow through it depending on its orientation; four cardinal directions, each of which can either allow or block current
- some kind of time limit to prevent brute forcing; the Bioshock mini-game it's based on had the time limit represented as water moving through the path you were building, so bad choices would be locked in after the water flowed through
- 3 or 4 levels of escalating difficulty
- semi-random layouts to prevent memorization (this is optional)

I haven't looked at the code for it, so I'm not sure how much of that is in there already.

Yes.  I should be the same way.

Very nice.  Good to se progress on Art.  I like the little hand gestures you gave her in different emotions, but this one looks a little strange.  I think there is something about her ring fingers that look like they're merging together.  I highlighted what I think looks odd in black here.
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the eyes... they stare... is that blood?
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i wrote it, everything works apart from escalating difficulty
which would probably be:
>reveal a few tiles near the start
>don't reveal
>add dead tiles similar to the red bomb thing in bioshock
can you be more creative with the 'puzzle' games, a minigame isnt a puzzle the point of a puzzle is that theres a unique solution, most puzzles are just this
char grid[3*3] =
{	0,0,0,
char key[3*3] =
{	2,0,3,
strcmp( grid, key ) ? not solved : solved 
the grid can be anything, an actual grid like most puzzles or the world state, the puzzle is !how! you change the grid and how your allowed to change it directly/indirectly/items/interactions/events/etc., it can be something like a sequence of interactions in the game world, the laqueus games is a good example since it has so many of each, its always the same though they are all just grids but you interact with them differently, the creative part is how you present it as a puzzle and lead the player to understand the key/requirements to solve it
She can suck out my soul any time
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This can be use for like "Broken", "Shocked" or "Hacked" emote.

There I think thats all the emote that ArtLibbie need.
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Smug bit dirty, Cleaned.
writefag, updates please
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I promise I'll start working on it this weekend and have something to show for my work.  Not much, I know, but I'll have some more time to work on the script.
I've made a bit of progress on day 5.  I'm currently trying to sort out how each ending will wrap up in a cohesive manner, and how to work in T.T.'s bro ending without making him seem like a douche who leaves instead of sticking around and helping out.

I think the main reason I've been so slow with this is a fear of success.  Notwithstanding my giant breaks due to pure laziness, this is one of the longest-running and biggest actual projects I've worked on, and I actually care about both the finished product and the characters.  I know I'm just psyching myself out and giving myself reasons not to do it, but I'm only human and that is a factor even though I should just man up and stop being a faggot
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Even if it's shit you can just patch it up later like AAAs do.
Don't sweat it
Have T.T. file some patents and invite everyone to join his new company when it's clear that Z Energy is going under. Then everyone can swim in money for the epilogue.
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Also sets up a good sequel opportunity
>several months later
>I still have not played the latest version yet
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Do your best guys.
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Thank you, anon.
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You know what, in hindsight I'm starting to understand and slightly sympathize with the Libre Office devs' position. They made their software for professional use and to not want cutesy anime furbait associated with it isn't exactly outlandish, especially when you consider the poll was likely rigged by a people who weren't ever going to use it in the first place and were just voting because "anime XD" and doing it for the lulz. Them not accepting Libbie was the equivalent of Mtn Dew not accepting "Hitler did nothing wrong" as a flavor.

On the other hand, it was rather shortsighted of them to not expect something like this would happen and they should've just handpicked the winning entry themselves instead of turning the vote into a sham.
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the gnuys are already showing up to business conventions dressed like furries
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This is bait but I'll write a serious response either way. 
Your argument falls short when you put everything into context. To say people selected Libbie not based on merit but rather because it was something to the effect of a joke is simply false. Compared to the other entries Libbie was exceptional. Libbie had not just one icon but an entire set of icons that could have been implemented anywhere in the LibreOffice UI. While art is subjective it was clear who the winner was regardless of baseless accusations of  "the evil 8chan nazis rigged it". Tyson Tan, the artist behind Libbie is well established in the open source community not only as an artist but as a Mandarin language translator. His other work includes the mascot for KDE and Krita - both of which could be considered "professional" projects.  I don't think anything about Libbie was unprofessional. No corporation has dropped Linux because it's mascot is that of a fat penguin. It's the industry standard for nearly every server and enterprise network in existence.

And if you consider what modern corporations find "professional" like the design trends of Corporate Memphis you will quickly realize that the argument of "professionalism" has no ground to stand on. Unless of course you believe that mutt-colored flat art people with crude and distorted dimensions is the image of professionalism which seems to be the industry standard these days. 

I for one would rather see a cute Oryx girl. And when China takes over the planet every desktop software will have to have a furbait anime mascot, by force
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>the poll was likely rigged by a people who weren't ever going to use it in the first place and were just voting because "anime XD" and doing it for the lulz
<doing it for the lulz isn't a good enough reason
If they didn't want the mob to choose something for them, they shouldn't have had open voting.

This is, of course, ignoring the simple fact the poll was rigged by The Document Foundation (the people who manage and promote Libre Office, presumably not the people who actually develop it) in favor of shitty clip art-tier mascots.  I don't know what their end goals were but they obviously and transparently changed the rules several times in order to disqualify Libbie and pretend that she wasn't winning in a landslide.
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I require mathematics.
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That's just straight up bullshit. 
Libbie was a really well made entry made by a professional artist competing against literally recolored stock images. 
I think it's fair for the devs to say "we don't want this image to represent our software" and explicitly remove it, or add an extra rule that says they have last say over the pick. Except that's not what they did, because they're the epik libre software of the people hack the planet. 
They wanted that social "OUR USERS CHOSE THIS" credit, and that's why they rigged the election and refused to let users see the number of votes on a public pool for the mascot of a shitty software. All while pretending to be completely innocent. 
It's not like mountain dew not accepting Hitler did nothing wrong, it's closer to when British politicians tried to change leaving the European Union into still being part of the EU, still being subject to EU policies, still being internationally recognized as a country that can legally be punished for violating EU policies, but not having the right to vote on those policies, because that's what the people who voted for brexit actually wanted. 
I know this is bait but go fuck yourself.
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She was better than the other shit entries, but that doesn't mean she was good
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Not only that, but they disqualified the objectively best mascot (the cockatoo) because he was drawn sitting on the LibreOffice logo but let pajeetguin in despite him having the logo emblazoned on his chest. They had a cute, professional mascot even if they didn't want Libbie and they still fucked him over in favour of pajeetguin and the traced duolingo owl.
I'm only mentioning this because I'm drunk and because almost no one seems to have looked at the website (classic webring behaviour), but I did thank you fags for your continued autism on the Cookie's Bustle IPFS site. You guys are great, even if you're slow as shit, and I'm looking forward to playing the rest of your visual novel when it's out.
Also Maff is fucking hot.
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This software derives from Star-Writer for CP/M, a text terminal oriented OS. Nobody argued about mascots much, because CP/M is text terminal oriented. :D
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>he doesnt know
come see me in my office
the mattress is ready
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Thank you for the shout out
>because he was drawn sitting on the LibreOffice logo
Why would this be a no go for a mascot?
>They had a cute, professional mascot even if they didn't want Libbie and they still fucked him over in favour of pajeetguin and the traced duolingo owl.
What I'm even more surprised about is how completely this event seems to have faded from the wider internet consciousness.  I assumed there would be a few blog posts or "internet history" videos here or there chronicling the entire thing, but there's barely anything attached to her name on YouTube or in search results.  I'm tempted to do a video/blog post myself, just to ensure the information isn't completely lost to the mists of time.

>I'm only mentioning this because I'm drunk and because almost no one seems to have looked at the website (classic webring behaviour), but I did thank you fags for your continued autism on the Cookie's Bustle IPFS site. You guys are great, even if you're slow as shit, and I'm looking forward to playing the rest of your visual novel when it's out.
Hey, I was going to look at that site and set up an IPFS client to seed the game Soon™.  But thank you for your kinds words; I know progress is glacial, and I know it's mostly due to me getting writer's block being lazy and undisciplined, but it's heartwarming to hear that someone out in the void actually cares.
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>What I'm even more surprised about is how completely this event seems to have faded from the wider internet consciousness.
Being backed by the international jew as a way to negotiate better volume prices on MS Office tends to have that effect. Or to be marginally more charitable, most people using LibreOffice probably get it from their distro and don't give a fuck about shit like mascots as long as they have an office suite that does what they need an office suite to do.
where gam
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writefag, where art thou

I am going to begin programming Day 4. will probably also redo the dialog box and Menu UI.
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People dont talk about things forever, its not really that surprising.
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>writefag, where art thou
I'm here, just being lazy.  Sorry, but it's the cold truth.  I've been struggling to manage my free time in the last couple months; I have been successfully cutting down on my time spent looking at porn and jerking off, but I'm kind of substituting that time for time spent playing video games or watching cartoons.  It's definitely better than masturbating, but it's still not productive.

Overall, my time is down, which is a good thing.  I was at 50+ wasted hours in December and January each, and February was down to 30.  March is looking to be even less.

I am very thankful for you taking up the torch and injecting some forward momentum into this thing.
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>watching cartoons
do u know spongeboy?
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No but I know PAT the STARFISH
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*thinking emote*
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Ops forgot to post the image
You can't fool me with that jaw.
Open the suit revealing the tomboy beneath.
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Understandable. I have been trying to overcome some of my bad habits as well. I find my attention span and focus to be completely non-existent outside of the things I enjoy doing and I'm trying to fix that. the retardation of normalfags has really been wearing me down recently.

i like it. you should give him the JC denton glasses
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>I find my attention span and focus to be completely non-existent outside of the things I enjoy doing and I'm trying to fix that.
Past a certain age, it's hard to learn new things or unlearn old things, but not impossible.  If you're aware of the problem then that's the first step at the very least.
>the retardation of normalfags has really been wearing me down recently.
Tell me about it.  I'm going into the office twice a week, which is mostly a chance for 30-year-old frumpy HR women to shove chocolate laced with seed oils at me.  Social interactions have always been taxing but the latest litanies of the imperial cult in the West have made it nigh impossible to talk to someone without treating him like a Soviet informant.
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>>168647 (OP) 
I just heard about this on /g/ and I'm surprised she is still getting love and new art years later, but my god I fucking despise the art you've made for this VN. You turned her into some shitty BOOBA downgrade that looks like a white human, with human placed ears, human sized eyes and human placed nose.

No cute cheeks like pic rel, and no appeal. This is not the one I knew and loved from /tech/. Libbie was always about them HIPS and you faggots couldn't even do that right. My disappointment couldn't be any bigger with these newfags
The artist is a titman, what can we say?
>I am a furfag
I agree that Base's tits are too big (there should be more of a gradient instead of tittymonster, mega tittymonster and cutting board) but go fuck yourself all the same.
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Where are all the images of libbie with her clothes off and/or interacting with penises?
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Male Libbie in da fresh

Holy fuck my dick!

Tell them to suck my fucking cock when you go back halfshitter
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smh tbh fam.
Now that I think about it. why did Base Libbie get an office suit?
Her original dress is way more charming.
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Get a pair of blue light glasses from a reputable manufacturer. Also eat more organic carrots and watermelon, those are good for repairing and and protecting your eye's from future UV damage. Also reducing your exposure to blue light also improves your sleep as well meaning your body will have more time to heal and rejuvenate.
No that doesn't mean you can go ahead and stair at the sun for several hours straight, your still mortal after all.
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>paying for vision obstructions 
just close your eyes idiot
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Abe-sama passed an OL dress code law in this timeline, prease undastandu. I hope she wears the dress in the Base ending.
>just close your eyes idiot
Nice try anon but I'm not falling for your kosher tricks, I use eye drops so they're never closed.
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You'l have to blow your own dick I was in the original threads on infinity. What you niggers rally around isn't Libbie, it's some 9gag version half-human with no soul. The 'button nose' looks like an actual sticker on a human it's horribly uncanny either go kemono or human not half and half.

No you. That isn't even Base Libbie, Base is the magenta one which I notice is absent in the VN. Since you're retarded and think you know what kemono is while knowing nothing about it like big eyes. I'll just show you what she looks like. I CBA to clean it up for you.
I agree that there are some design changes that could be made but let's not let this thread devolve into a flame war over this. The artfag is doing this for free on their own time in true Libre spirit so I can't be too demanding of them.

This project is still ongoing and changes can be made at anytime to improve the script, code, or art if needed. It's a fun project organized on an imageboard and not meant to be taken too seriously. With that said I agree with some of your criticisms. I like the Art Libbie and Maff Libbie design but the Base Libbie (the green one) does need some work. As >>192098 mentions I think the original dress she wore would fit a lot better. But from the artfag's perspective I can understand why they opted to draw a suit instead. It's much easier to draw as opposed to Libbie's original dress. The placement of the ears are also misaligned and I think the placement in your image is a lot better. Similarly the sort of "charcoal" color should be replaced with black to increase the contrast of the colors.
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Something like this would be perfect if the goofy face was corrected and it was cleaned up a bit. Really wish I could into art.
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he booba
Very nice, but could you draw her giving birth?
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but libbie is a robot......
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Good Ending B.
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Worked with what I had with liquifying the original eyes but they are a bit derpy and it was frustrating to try to brute force it into kemono. I'm not satisfied with it either.

Wew lad. An aside, artificial wombs could be a story point in the VN where they aren't originally meant for it but can get costly upgrades that they cant afford when the company is tanking.

A bit better. The artfag tried to fix a wheel when it wasnt broken but the green color only being around her face makes it her more eye catching than if she had more normal colored clothing

I haven't tried the demo yet, but I think you fags could use more characters. 3 is pretty limited on what you can do for a VN. Writer, Base (actual base the magenta one) and Impress, Along with the real math Libbie who got replaced by Maff could flesh out some character dynamics and bring much needed variety in personality, things to do, and body types.
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a million hours in ms paint
this is a joke edit
Umm stupid question but what was the name of the "bad guy" of libreoffice again im a bit lost here in the story
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nevermind that also what does TDF stand for? is this some kind of acronym
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>3 is pretty limited on what you can do for a VN. Writer, Base (actual base the magenta one) and Impress
Z-energy had it's money in Silicon Valley Bank and can't afford to manufacture more Libbies.  Perhaps in the sequel
>Along with the real math Libbie who got replaced by Maff 
There is only one Maff Libbie and it's Maff

There isn't really a "bad guy" to the actual 2017 LibreOffice mascot contest but more of a comedy of errors. Hieko Tietze the director of "UX oversight" had a spergout that Libbie despite being the most popular wasn't a suitable candidate because muh professionalism or something, and somehow literal stolen clipart of a Penguin was. TDF stands for The Document Foundation.
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Adderbox76 did nothing wrong
I like it.  He looks wide in the waist and hips, though.  Men's shoulders are usually wider than their hips, but T.T.'s torso looks too square.

>using cuckchan in CY+8
>"pic rel"
<calling anyone else a newfag
Joshing aside, I do appreciate you stopping by and taking the time to post.  Give the demo a shot when you have the time (it's really short; I'm a slow writer).  As other anons said, the tits on base and Maff are really big, but the artist is a breast man so I'm not going to complain about it.

I do prefer the color scheme in the second one more.  I don't recall anyone making a specific decision to change the color scheme, but this does look better than the current dark blue suit.


>3 is pretty limited on what you can do for a VN
That's mostly due to my limitations as the writer, and my slow pace.  I've been really dragging my heels on this since it isn't my primary project and it's been going on for over a year now.  We can potentially go back and add more content and stuff later (perhaps something akin to a point and click adventure game) but my goal is to have a functioning skeleton before adding too much meat.
>the tits on base and Maff are really big
If anyone complains about Maff's tits, I will punch him in the chest.
>quotation marks in greentext
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The quotation marks emphasize that it's a literal quote, rather than the >implying type of greentext.
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Here's an attempt at working more like Tysontan with shapes, not lines but eyes could be better after studying her shapes. The hair fold on her shoulder is a real pain in my ass.

Some things for the artfags to take away from this: Libbie's shape design is diamonds and triangles. Tyson went overboard on triangle shading in the original submission but going from overdesigned to nodesigned like in the OP loses too much of the character. Use bits of colors and contrast as accents to her main shapes. 

I'll try it out over the weekend. Never played any VNs so I don't have a measuring point but how long are others like snootgame and the VN with cripples 4chan made ages ago. 

What else do you need to have the skeleton and how long are you planning on making it? I read the threads with everything being broken into 'Day 1' 'Day 2' maybe you could get a more range of character and event development by breaking it into weeks as the game progresses.
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that's overall better, but I think the mouth position or the shape are wrong, it looks like her jaw is more forward than it should be giving a weird caveman underbite
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