Guide: How to Categorize Your Attack

Last edited by Takaia, 25 August 2016 07:36:27 PM

Number of characters


Only characters from the opposite team count in your score!

Finish Level


Sketch


A simple drawing. Construction lines may remain.


Clean Drawing


A cleaned drawing. Lineart and/or sketches that have been cleaned of construction lines may fall in this category.


Detailed Drawing


A detailed line drawing. Work has been done with emphasis on the outlines to make it look more detailed.


Speedpaint


A piece completed within a short time frame (usually not more than a couple of hours - your mileage may vary). Details are not fully rendered.


Detailed Rendering


Mainly for lineless pieces. Details have been rendered clearly and cleanly.

Color



Rough Color


Color has been applied with some sketchiness (uneven edges and/or goes out of lines if applicable). Colors are chosen according to the character(s)'s reference, or using a predetermined palette.


Clean Color


Color has been applied with care taken to ensure clean color edges. Colors are chosen according to the character(s)\'s reference, or using a predetermined palette.


Shading


Minimal Shading


The piece has some hints of light and shade, but is mostly flat.


Shaded


The piece is shaded. Shadows are simple but the lighting affects the character(s)/props as a whole.


Detailed shading
The piece is shaded. A lot of detail is visible in the shading.


Background


Flat/Transparent


The piece has a flat colored background or is transparent, with few or no other props.

Pattern/abstract


The piece has a patterned or abstract background with few or no other props.


Simple Scene


The piece contains multiple objects besides the character(s) and/or suggests an environment, but does not contain enough detail to show perspective.


Complex scene


The piece clearly shows the character(s) in some kind of an environment with perspective. Isometric perspective also falls into this category as long as it is clearly shown.'


Animation


Blink/bounce


The piece has slight animation along the lines of blinking/bouncing.


Small Animation


The piece has animation that involves simple translation/rotation of parts.


Complex Animation


The piece has animation that require frames to be redrawn almost completely.