Update #32 - More Item Icons

Hey! It's Saturday, October 8th! This week, the majority of my focus was on item icons, and  I made quite a bit of progress. Although most of the items have not been added in, this is a big step towards alpha release. There is roughly thirty more item icons to draw, and almost all of those icons are armor pieces. Anyway, let's jump in.

Items

Below is a list of all the item icons I completed this week, and this video shows off how I created some of them. Unfortunately, I had to split up the image due to it being too large for my website to resize.

  • Band Of Nature. Running through flora does not hurt them.
  • Ring Of The Flameful. Heightens embers received from fallen foes.
  • Spellcaster's Patron. Slowly regenerates magical energy.
  • Resistance Armyll. Heightens resistance against negative statuses, magical attacks, and stunning.
  • Ring Of Renewal. Heightens stamina regeneration.
  • Conserver's Ring. Small chance ingredients won’t be used up when crafting, brewing, or smelting.
  • Ring Of Hastening. Heightens attack speed of weapons.
  • Tongues Of Foreigners. Allows comprehension of previously unknown languages.
  • Chain Of Easing. Armor weight is halved.
  • Casual's Necklace. Prevents death. [Alpha item, only available when beginning a new game]
  • Wanderer's Bandstrot. Improves stats, and allows unlimited teleportation to the last soulgate rested at.
  • Tonic Of Force. Heightens physical attack damage for a time.
  • Spearguard's Stimulant. Heightens defense against physical attacks for a time.
  • Stilling Concoction. Temporarily improves accuracy with archery weapons.
  • Drop Of Celerity. Temporarily increases movement speed.
  • Tarnished Shortsword. A dull sword, impractical and weak.
  • Pale Poker. A palewood rapier. In such good repair, it was likely decor for a lord's hold.
  • Wyrmtooth. A strong bone in the shape of a dragon's tooth, crafted into a weapon.
  • Sacrificial Dagger. An iron weapon with an unusual enchant.
  • Old Knight's Longsword. A weapon of a knight, whose name was lost many seasons ago.
  • Primitive Spear. A makeshift weapon of those who have little.
  • Stonestrike Halberd. A poweful weapon said to be able to slice through stones with ease.
  • Huntress Shortbow. A shortbow commonly used by southern huntresses.
  • Beastfeller's Arweblast. A heavy crossbow issued to those who wish to slay large beasts.
  • Wallguard's Crossbow. Crossbow of a common guard.
  • Longbow Of The Keen. A bow of eastern origin, allows the wielder to see further.
  • Old Knight's Greatshield. A greatshield of a renowned knight.
  • Villagekeeper Shield. A shield from small villages in the province of Arisonte.
  • Caster's Shortstaff. A magical shortstaff.
  • Lightworker's Quarterstaff. A quarterstaff of uncertain origins. Perhaps it once belonged to a recluse?
  • Warmage's Longstaff. A longstaff with an iron-tip, useful for spellcasting and stabbing.
  • Of Blessings & Sundries. A wellkept book on blessings and sundries. It has an odd energy about it.
  • Grimoire Of Chants. A list of chants and cursings, an uneasiness is given to its reader.
  • Explosive Flask. A flask of volatile liquid.
  • Poisonous Flask. A flask of poisonous liquid.
  • Iron Francisca. A throwing axe wrought from iron.
  • Iron-Tipped Stake. Palewood stake tipped with iron, intended to be thrown.
  • Eastern Skullpiercer. A javelin of sorts, from the land of Liyawane.
  • Caster's Hood. Hood worn by a spellcaster.
  • Caster's Plated Robes. Plated robes worn by a spellcaster.
  • Caster's Legs. Wool legs worn by a spellcaster.
  • Caster's Armbraces. Armbraces worn by a spellcaster.
  • Caster's Footgear. Foot protection worn by a spellcaster.
  • Mender's Mucilage. A tree sap mixture favored by those who wish to mend things.
  • Familiar Fragment. An item of unknown familiarity. Transports you back to the last soulgate rested at.

Next week, I plan on finishing the rest of the item icons and add as much of them as I can into the game. Maybe I'll mix in a little bit of level design too.

As always, if you have any ideas, constructive criticism, or just want to tell me how much you dislike my game, you can: Send me an email, tweet @TheShyyGuy, comment on the Facebook page, or respond in the comment section below.

From Enckling, with love.
Shyy Guy