As a friend suggested me, I would like to introduce you to a project we have been working on for quite some time. Even if you don't join us, maybe you'll still enjoy giving it a look.
This project is a DotA-like Warcraft III map, with some elements from LoL left and right, with a wiki containing most of the information available here.
The promise I had when making this is to include heroes made by the community (which is to say currently around 4 persons...), so maybe you could join the fun.
In the event that you end up joining us, don't worry it works just fine with a hacked version of the game.
In the even that you don't join us, well at least I hope you (somewhat) enjoyed the tour; and this wouldn't stop me from one day maybe asking if one of your LoL wikia concept is authorized to join the project.
With kindest personal regards, someone who still loves your shiny icons.
It's rather simple once you know how. First, you need an advanced image editing program (I personally use photoshop, but Paint.NET and Gimp are both free and can get the same result.) Then follow these steps.
First open the picture in the program of your choice (I personally recommend Paint.NET, as it is free and simpler than the others). Then locate the black & white tool from the menu bar (Image -> Adjustments for photoshop or Adjustments for Paint.NET). Photoshop will show options when you click Black & White, but those don't need to be changed. Then create a new layer in the layers window (located at the bottom right, use the leftmost button for Paint.NET and the second button from the right for Photoshop). Now fill your new layer with a color or gradient. Then change the blending mode of the new layer to "Overlay". In photoshop, this is done with the drop-down box at the top of the layers window. In Paint.NET, double-click the layer and use the drop-down box in the popup window.
There are also online versions of photoshop, but I have never used any of these. They should work in a similar manner though.
Hi there, I'm a huge fan of your custom concepts and your grasp of design in general. I was wondering if I could, maybe, pick your brain regarding a MOBA that I'm working on that currently consists of about 200-300 pages worth of Word documents. I've had a nice long chat with Willbachbakal about it (very cool guy) and I was hoping I could get the opinions of others involved as well. Let me know if you're interested in discussing it, or if you're just interested in chatting with someone that has a huge interest in this sort of thing.
The challenge shall be to create a champion that has one "key ability" that at least three of the other four abilities interacts with. This interaction could be for example changing how those abilities work (like Mantra, Mimic or Spider Form) or summoning a pet that can be commanded by the other abilities. The interaction should be more than just "Every X spell casts, Y happens".
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