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Backsprites

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by DaPizzaMan, Apr 24, 2010.

  1. DaPizzaMan

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    [ANSWERED]Backsprites

    How were they made? I've always wanted to make Custom Pokemon Sprites. But I just noticed, if I did happen to make the Sprites, what would I do for Backsprites?
     
  2. coyotte508

    coyotte508 Well-Known Member Administrator Server Owner Administrator Server Owner

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    They were ripped off some websites.

    Anyway just check db/pokes/poke_img.zip . All the sprites are in the zip.
     
  3. zeroality

    zeroality Artificial Insanity

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  4. DaPizzaMan

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    zeroality Artificial Insanity

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    Yeah, becoming a good spriter will cause you to be a commodity to fan made games.
     
  6. DaPizzaMan

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    Speaking of fan made games; has that game on your Forum been created yet? It looks fantastic, so far. O.O
     
  7. zeroality

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    No. We're hoping to have a demo out by the end of the summer. Anyway this forum is for Pokemon Online so if you have Topaz questions you can PM me or post there. Let's keep the discussion of sprites in this thread on track.
     
  8. Kioku

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    One tragic flaw I see in fan sprites is coloring. Keep in mind to slightly subdue shades and not keep it vivid unless if necessary. As well, the outline has specific shading rules it seems to follow. Pay attention to the existing sprites' shading method. If you bare in mind where the light source is, it's pretty easy.