Brock from the Metro Squad
Brock is from Metro Squad. Known for kicking butt on two-bit punks around Metro City. Brock is a soldier. Patriot. And above all, just wants to clean the streets. Of dirtbags that is. This game art character will make a fine addition to your next app or game. Buyers will receive 13 animations for the following actions:
- Squat Shooting
- Squat Melee
- .ai (Adobe Illustrator to edit the vector art if you wish)
- .eps (Illustrator 10 EPS)
- .png files (for each body part)
- .png sequences (for each animation in three different sizes, Large / Medium /Small)
- .scml Spriter Source Files (used to create the animations)
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- File Formats: PNG| PNG Animated Sequences| Original Art is Vector-Based| Adobe Illustrator| EPS| Other (see description)
- Animation Sequences: Idle | Walking | Running | Firing Weapon | Melee Attack | Throwing| Jumping | Crouching | Hurt / Stunned | Dying
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- Artist is For Hire: Maybe.
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