I always used 500 mili seconds as the default speed for gif frames, but Daniel uses 540 ms (which must be more accurate I guess). Size is usually 32px x 32px or multiples of that (e.g. 64 by 64 pixels or 32 by 64 pixels). -- Bennie (talk ~ fellows) 22:29, June 13, 2014 (UTC)
@Wouterboy Thanks for nice feedback, glad you liked them!
@Bennie Oh alright, guess i used 400 or 500 depending on what it was :x. Can change it later if it's necessary. About pixels, ye i did notice that 32x32 thing, but it was too late and most of bigger cuts aren't 64 because of that :( Can change it later aswell though.
Here's a gallery with some of new stuff, might be helpful in future, once we know the names.-- Cauli92 (talk) 22:45, June 13, 2014 (UTC)
I don't think it's a very wise idea to add all loot on creature pages and droppedby on item pages of items which seem logically connected to creatures. It is merely speculation these creatures will drop the corresponding items. So I'd either vouch to remove them or add a question mark or a phrase like "unconfirmed". -- Bennie (talk ~ fellows) 15:10, June 15, 2014 (UTC)
Yes, question marks are fine. I've still tried to stick to the most safe assumptions though (e.g. you can clearly see that the 'paws' of the Walker are actually Metal Toes and that the Mooh'Tah Warrior is obviously wielding two Cowtanas). I didn't think it would be such a bad idea to already add the most likely ones. -- Wouterboy (talk) 15:42, June 15, 2014 (UTC)