Lancer – Character Sprite

  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art

A hand-painted style lancer character for Adventure games, platformers, RPG and more. This pack include the following animations:

  • Idle 1 (11 frames)
  • Idle 2 (14 frames)
  • Attack 1 (14 frames)
  • Attack 2 (20 frames)
  • Hurt (13 frames)
  • Death (14 frames)
  • Dizzy (14 frames)
  • Jump (18 frames)
  • Walk (20 frames)
  • Walk Attack (20 frames)
  • Run (20 frames)
  • Run Attack(20 frames)
  • Slide (14 frames)

The large size of the charater is 300×630 pixels. The pack include 3 sizes: Large, Medium and Low.

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