Paladin, Angel, Barbarian & Wolf
A collection of various characters and sprite sheets for creating heroes and enemies in a 2D platformer or sidescroller game.
This set is intended for games with an adventure, kingdom, castle, dungeon, fantasy, and/or medieval theme.
- 3 human characters: Paladin, Angel, and Barbarian. And one creature: Wolf. All are animated. 10 frames for each animation.
- Exported PNG files for creating traditional sprite sheets or importing as animation sequences
- Animations were created with Brashmonkey Spriter, so skeletal animations are available.
- Spriter Project .SCML file included, along with the body parts images in .PNG format. The image is in high resolution.
- The original art was made with CorelDraw. Adobe Illustrator .AI and .EPS files are also included.
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- File Formats: PNG Animated Sequences| Spriter | Original Art is Vector-Based| Adobe Illustrator| EPS| Corel Draw
- Animation Sequences: Idle | Walking | Running | Firing Weapon | Melee Attack | Jumping | Crouching | Hurt / Stunned | Dying | Climbing| Suited for Side-Scroller Views
- Artist is For Hire: No, thanks.
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