Olorinus the Vile wrote:
As to XIV I'm pretty sure it's the same rotating star pallete, but I dunno. I've seen the triangle twice now
Oh, really? That's rather disappointing; like you said, it's one of the easiest thing to replicate, so that would be lame if they didn't even bother to make a full sky. (._. )
Well, I'd still like to know for certain, though...
How is a rotating star palette not a full sky? Our real sky is the same.
I thought he was referring to a palette -- that is, a tile -- that was pasted over several times; because of this, I interpreted a "rotating palette" to be something like a copy/paste/rotate 30º technique. Then, when he said that "I've seen the triangle twice," I thought he meant that he had seen the formation of stars twice in different places on the "celestial sphere."
I think, with pleasure, that I may have misunderstood. This leads us back to the beginning, however... so, are the stars unique or not? XD Edited, Nov 22nd 2010 6:59pm by KaneKitty