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Nintendo (2012-04-12 04:17:42):

Sorry , i cannot rate anymore this is really good. nice job :-D

TheRedSapphire (2012-04-12 04:31:48):

Thank you! These were really fun to make, too...

absterninja (2012-04-12 05:45:12 / 4.5 stars):

These are pretty dang awesome...I love the design! Just one suggestion; the hot spot is off on the "skull roll" cursor. But overall great job!

Lost Girl (2012-04-12 08:29:51 / 5 stars):

Wow....I love these cursors. Every well made. I would download them, but I'm not supposed to be on the net and downloading would be a dead giveaway. icon-image/5317-16x16x32.png image

Matias0211 (2012-04-12 20:39:48 / 4 stars):

Very good! Amazing, i love the design! Excellent definition! I love in particular the link select! Jjaajaj. The only thing not rescued, is the skull of the busy, but the remainder being very good at actually :-)
4 stars!

TheRedSapphire (2012-04-12 22:51:37):

I would have put it on the center, but I forgot in the process of shading... Whoops... >.>

Thank you for the feedback, I'll try not to be so careless next time. ;-)

NEOC (2012-04-13 00:16:42 / 4.5 stars):

You followed my tips :-D I am thankful.
Well, the set is totally good, but the Skull Roll.ani… well: Blurs a lot, and the hotspot shouldn't be in the center?

You can change it. Just modify your cursor in the online editor. (Clic on the pertinent cursor, and under the "Modify" text, will appear "Re-draw this cursor in the online editor". There you can change the hotspot without having to re-upload the cursor and modify the set and blah, blah, blah.

Note: It's my idea or Fang Writing.cur looks a lot like a Quick Claw from Pokémon? It's not the same, but it's very similar…

TheRedSapphire (2012-04-13 04:55:17):

I'm still getting used to this site... Thanks for the directions.

Oh, really? I don't even play Pokémon. Strange coincidence. O.o

Edit: Fixed Skull Roll's hot spot and blurriness

Teddy (2012-04-16 09:10:37 / 5 stars):

I love this set, especially the bloody bone knive :-D very good work, always nice to welcome new, skilled members :>

Virum64 (2012-04-20 19:25:39 / 5 stars):

Nice one. Very well drawn.
icon-image/7112-32x32x32.png image Me gustan

JDDellGuy (2012-04-25 07:23:15 / 4 stars):

Very nice work here. I only have one issue. You did not specify the role of each cursor. This is helpful, because if you specify the role of the cursor on the screen where you upload it, it allows people who download the set to more easily apply it. You see, Vlasta has a handy tool that you can download. When you download sets, there is another file that comes with it that is not a cursor. If you have Vlasta's tool installed, you can just double-click on that file and it will apply all the cursors for you.
If you do not specify the role of the cursors, it makes that aspect of the tool useless and all the cursors have to be applied one by one.

You can still specify the role of each cursor. If you click on a cursor to view it, you will see a small green button that says "modify." Click on that, and there is an option to specify the role of the cursor.

I would also lke to recommend that you make the cursors available with their 48x38 resolutions as well. This is a somewhat recent feature that RealWorld Cursor Editor has gotten. It allows you to make a 48x48 version of the cursor and package it along with the 32x32 version much like you would with icons that have multple sizes in the same file. This is useful for people who have screens with high-DPIs as Windows will use a 48x48 cursor if it's available so that it can be seen better on the high DPI screen.

JDDellGuy (2012-04-26 07:05:00):

Whoa, I offer my apologies, I wasn't thinking clearly. I left a bunch of reviews about people not specifyin the roles of their cursors. They (and you) have been, I've been looking at the file names. *facepalm.*

TheRedSapphire (2012-04-28 02:03:32):

XD It's okay, no big deal. I'm making it a habit to put the role in the description, along with any little notes they might have.

And, also, if you could give me a few more detailed directions on how to make them 48x48, that would be helpful. I'm still just kind of fooling around on it and still figuring things out. ^~^'

JDDellGuy (2012-04-29 07:19:19):


When you open the cursor editor program and click on the "Create" button on the top left, you will see three check boxes on the right side. Check the box labeled "32px and 48px - Windows 7."

Then click the "Create" button in the lower right corner.

On the left side of the editor, you will now see two boxes in the "Preview" area. One is larger than the other and is selected by default. This is the 48x48 box. I suggest starting with this one.

After you have made the 48x48 cursor, click on the smaller preview box. Now you can make the 32x32 cursor. An eay way to do this, is to copy the 48x48 cursor and then paste it into the 32x32 grid and grab the corner to resize it to fit.

Hope this helps! icon-image/4578-16x16x32.png image

TheRedSapphire (2012-04-29 15:39:17):

That explains it. Thank you!

Now, I'm off to remake some of these cursors. ;-)

egarcia1360 (2012-08-16 06:56:00 / 5 stars):

I like this cursor set very much. You have a complete set, and all of them are original; there is sufficient variety among the different cursors, and the fact that they're made from scratch is also a plus. I really like the cursors you used for all the roles; they're good. Nice job on this set, and keep up the good work. 8-)

cdl (2013-01-04 15:05:13 / 4 stars):

Unique and fun!
nice job.. icon-image/6385-32x32x32.png image

Bear (2014-10-17 22:50:52):


FIRST SET AMAZING JOB! :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o

Unknown author (2022-02-14 00:54:21):

8-) 8-) 8-) |-)very goooooooooooooodddddd

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