Sprites for your games

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goyo
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Sprites for your games

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Hello,

I really like drawing sprites and tiles. (to 8 bits computers)

So if anyone is planning to make a new Oric game and needs a designer, I'll be happy to draw the sprites and other graphics. :)

please find below little of my work :

http://goyo.over-blog.com/2020/03/creation-de-jeux.html


here my last sprites sheet :
http://rari.free.fr/temp/planche1.png

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rixel.zip
to draw Oric screen on Excel
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drawsprite4x32_v1.xlsm
draw sprite with Excel
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D.tap
little moving sprite
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Re: Sprites for your games

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yes !!

I played with the sprite demo D.tap and i find it is smooth and fast. It might slow down a little bit when the cleaning of sprite's former location is added but it is ok because there seems to have margin.

Good starting point.

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Can you please share sprite machine code routine too?

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peacer wrote:
Tue Sep 08, 2020 5:58 pm
Can you please share sprite machine code routine too?
here is my source code of this little sprite demo. but it's very small and not very clean. :oops:
cwadbook.zip
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jbperin wrote:
Mon Sep 07, 2020 9:38 pm
yes !!

I played with the sprite demo D.tap and i find it is smooth and fast. It might slow down a little bit when the cleaning of sprite's former location is added but it is ok because there seems to have margin.

Good starting point.
Thank you JBé 8)

the most difficult remains : the handling of the masks !! :shock:

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goyo wrote:
Tue Sep 08, 2020 6:58 pm
peacer wrote:
Tue Sep 08, 2020 5:58 pm
Can you please share sprite machine code routine too?
here is my source code of this little sprite demo. but it's very small and not very clean. :oops: cwadbook.zip
thank you :)

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Very good sprite pictures. I know how hard it is to draw pixel art. I like them. Do it. :)

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