Recently, I created my first Hokuro puzzle, which was received really well. However, this time, there is a twist! Not with the rules or anything, however, it is combined with a Nonogram! Luckily, the sums of the movements indicated by the symbols in the corresponding row/column are already given. (except for one that can be easily deduced using logic-deduction)
Rules of Nonogram/Picross:
The grid must be colored or left blank according to numbers at the side of the grid to reveal a hidden pixel art-like picture.
The rules of Hokuro:
Each cell contains each of the following cells:
Each arrow indicates a step in that direction, while the dot indicates no movement.
The clues in the black cells show the sum of the movements indicated by the symbols in the corresponding row/column.
Symbols in consecutive white cells must be unique (a 'sum' cannot contain the same symbol more than once)
In some cases it might come in handy to sneak a peek at the Hokuro Cheat Sheet.
For users who can't access images and don't want to do it online:
R1: 12 R2: 7,4 R3: 3,1,2 R4: 2,5,2 R5: 1,1,2,1 R6: 1,1,2,1 R7: 1,5,1,1 R8: 1,1,1,1,2 R9: 2,1,1,1 R10: 1,3,1,1 R11: 2,3,1,1 R12: 12
C1: 12 C2: 4,1,2 C3: 3,1,1,1 C4: 2,4,2 C5: 2,1,1,2 C6: 2,2,2,3 C7: 5,1,1,1 C8: 1,1,2,1 C9: 2,1,3,1 C10: 2,1,3 C11: 4,1,1 C12: 12
tried to transcribe in code block but was sadly unable to
GLHF! (Good Luck Have Fun!)