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Credit to all the authors listed for the sprites. We do 8 bit, 16, bit and 32 bit sprites (mostly 8 bit) and Sonic sprites. WE TAKE REQUESTS. no trolling, flaming, cussing (some allowed) and ABSOLUTELY NO STEALING SPRITES AND DON'T CLAIM ANY AS YOUR OWN, unless you actually made them and your part of this showcase. *One new rule: I would like to address the fact that THIS IS NO LONGER A SHOWCASE WHERE WE POST RESOURCE SPRITES OR SPRITES WE DIDN'T MAKE! I'm gonna remove the sheets that aren't ours soon. any body else that posts anything that isn't theirs will be punished, if caught, with the following: 1st offense: a warning. 2nd offense: comment privilege taken away. 3rd offense: uploading privilege taken away Anything past the third offense will result in removal from this comic.


My attempt at creating an 8-bit character

October 28th, 2010, 3:34 am

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Reply Zak TH, October 28th, 2010, 6:22 am

Well, the eyes are a little weird, but as far as fusions go, this ones pretty good.

Reply Pingas260XL, October 28th, 2010, 3:25 pm

baryl took the words right out of my mouth. as for the color limitations, your right on the dot. theres only 4 colors on this sprite and the limit is 4 colors.

Reply Zak TH, October 28th, 2010, 5:58 pm

Actually, the sprite has 6 colors. But the limit is 8. 4 is just customary to save memory space.

Reply Startimer, October 28th, 2010, 9:07 pm

I'm pretty sure that the limit is 5 colors,and black and white count as colors. That leaves three more colors to choose from. Many NES sprites don't use black and/or white, allowing for more "color". Also, one more note: Larger sprites can be divided into 8*8 tiles that can each be colored seperately, allowing for far more than 5 colors to be used. The problem is that you ten have to specifically design the sprite to have a clean transition between pallettes.

I talk too much :\

Reply Sagat the Tiger, October 28th, 2010, 11:44 pm

How many colors are in a sprite's shading? The world will never know. God I love that commercial! XD

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