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- I like to make different poses instead of always a dumb isometric render. Some people don't like pictures that look like they were taken at nighttime, either (I'm one). Your models are always so dark and I try to make them brighter and anti-aliased. Problem? --Nick62703 00:36, 12 July 2013 (UTC)
- Your first upload was reverting to an old version that was quite clearly not what was preferred, it doesn't have shading and has smooth lighting, both of which are different to minecraft. Your second upload replaced the image with a non-isometric image. Isometric is what all other images use, your opinion on it being dumb is irrelevant, and you've provided no reasoning as to why it is dumb. And finally, your last 3 uploads have just been you re-uploading the existing image with no changes, with a summary which seems to imply that you've made it high res, isometric and anti-aliased, despite the fact that is an identical copy of the existing image, which already had those things, and so is completely pointless to have uploaded.
- All of the existing images where already anti-aliased, so that's a completely moot point.
- I suggest you buy a new screen or turn up the brightness, as the images are not dark like nighttime in the slightest. –ultradude25 ᐸ Talk
Contribs – 00:52, 12 July 2013 (UTC)
Look, I'm just trying to make the pictures brighter by 20%. I would turn up my screen brightness if I could, however I have eye problems. I have no problem w/ isometric, but I just want to to be a little brighter. I just do minor edits. --Nick62703 17:56, 12 July 2013 (UTC)