This is the final project for one of my IDD classes. I made a dress up game where you can customize a Raposa from Drawn to Life! "Can we post our creations on deviantART or other sites?"
Here is my policy with this maker: You may post your creations here, but only in scraps
(since dA does not allow you to post such work in your main gallery). You are allowed to edit the look of what you've made in a program like Photoshop or Gimp if you really want. All I ask you do is give me credit and put the link to this maker in your picture's description. And of course, it would be nice for you to show me what you've made.
For other sites, the same idea applies: link back here and give me credit.
In italics below are the instructions that are in the flash itself, but I placed them here as well so you don't have to deal with going back and forth (there's a lag when you click to go back to the game).This game allows you to make your own Raposa, who are a fox race of people from the video game Drawn to Life.
Each item is draggable, and most of them are color-customizable. The items for the face may be tricky to drag and drop since they're so small.
If you want to change the color of a customizable object, click on the upper left section of the item (for something like the sleeves, which have two parts, you have to click on the top part of the left sleeve. For something like the goggles, just click the left part in general to get the color picker to pop up). There you can choose a color, and if you know HTML color codes (you can search for them online), you can enter that in too.
The two color options in the box with the Raposa itself change the color of its ears, fur, the mustache, and the two tufts of hair that can be used on the top of the Raposa's head.
Items that are not color-customizable: The pirate hat, the chef's hat, the apron, the farmer's hat, the doctor's band, the mouths, the eyes, the glasses/monocle, the shadow face, the leaf, the blush, and the earrings.
There are no shoe items because Raposas do not wear them, they do not have noses, and they do not have eyebrows.
In order to save your results, use the print screen option (print screen key for Windows and paste into a program like Paint, or Apple+Shift+3 on a Mac).
I appreciate suggestions given by many on how to improve the game, but I'm afraid I've retired working on this piece. All I can say is, I'm so glad you've all enjoyed it so much!