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Tuesday, June 9, 2015 - 06:30

The license is not compatible with the licenses used in the source materials.

Though I don't think anyone would be able to get the source materials from this in an usable form.

Sunday, July 20, 2014 - 14:08

You should change the name, as it makes it look like it's copyrighted content. Don't mention Advance Wars in the name, but say in the description it was "inspired by".

And if you want credit to be a must, change the license, the current one (Public Domain CC0) is the only one you could choose that doesn't require it.

Just my two cents. Interesting sprite though.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 12:00

I'm sorry if I don't sound nice at all, but if you cannot save the pictures in another format then you probably should look for a different program to use to make the sprites; converting them would be pointless because JPG is a lossy format and you'd have to reedit the images again.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 23:56

Not only going to say that a spritesheet would only make using it loads easier, but also going to mention that using jpg as a choice for saving sprites is a truly horrible decision; as not only it has no transparency but the colors blur themselves making any possibility of using the sprite an effort in futility.

And if you're not making a spritesheet, I'm sure it wouldn't hurt to give them names that are in some way helpful in knowing what's in the image, rather than just "image".

See if you can save them in anything else that's not jpg.

Sunday, May 11, 2014 - 00:54

I have to say only one thing: I do believe this asset is useless and only created to bring in people to buy the full thing.

Unlike other assets uploaded by you, this one on its own is pretty much useless because it's just a single animation (heck, not even a standing still frame?)

That said, I don't think it's a bad asset; it looks good and the animation is fluid. Probably because it's prerendered from a 3D model (not that that's a bad thing). The standing sprite from the preview reminded me of the style of Ragnarok Online, all things said.

On the other hand, all frames are in independent images and are of a 720x720 size with lots of blank space. That's probably to have all the weapons in layers of same-sized images so little work has to be done to line them up.

PS/Fun fact: I just checked the site, and the full pack is a whole 8 animations of the things in the sample (character+sword), with extra weapons sold separately.

Sunday, September 22, 2013 - 00:23

I'm not trying to be an asshole here, but I think that calling this "seamless" is... A bit of a stretch.

They look like random effects and colors used for a 2x2 piece of a chess board, and honestly, the only way I see that these could be called seamless is if you have in mind the fact that they're alternating squares. And that's already giving it too much credit.

The only decent ones are the wood one (chessboard2.png) and the black and white one, although the latter is just black and white squares qith no textures.

I don't mean this as a offense, nor I want to sound like a jerk, but honestly, I had to say something about it.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013 - 08:10

It's in the 3D art category, maybe you want to check that?