Animated Fairy Character

  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art

This is 2D hand painted fantasy Fairy animated sprites for use in 2D side scrolling games. This package is fully animated (see this video for an example) and includes the following sequences …

  • Die(in flight)
  • Die(on the ground)
  • Fly
  • Fast flight
  • Attack in flight
  • Attack on ground
  • Hurting (in flight)
  • Hurt(on the ground)
  • Idle
  • Sitting
  • Run
  • Walk
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  • File Formats: Sequential PNGs and Isolated PNG Parts
  • Animation Sequences: See description
  • Artist is For Hire: Inquire
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