Kari the graphics girl here. I never dreamed that I’d be using my Photoshop skills to do something like this, but here I am.
I’m in charge of fixing up any errors the graphics have in comparison to the text. This mostly means names, since we’re changing a lot. Today’s post will show the change to the Phase 4 splash and save screens.
For the save screen, there’s a blank version of the circuit board-like pattern that’s used on other screens, so I dropped that onto a layer in Photoshop, then proceeded on erasing the two letters. Before I had this image, I did a version using the clone stamp and healing brush tools that you can check out here. Passable, but not good enough. Anyway, next was making copies of the A, editing out any stray pixels, and moving it to the right place.
The splash screen was a tad harder, because the A in Phase is black instead of green, and the circuit board pattern was shifted and tinted a different color. A nudge to the hue/saturation fixed the color, and I ran the eraser through the black part of the A to make it green. Adding back some of the glow with a size 1 brush tool made it look more natural.
So that’s simple image editing. Next up is going through the status screens and doing more name edits. Hardest one will probably be Jacqli -> Jakuri…not many Ks to be found in other names!