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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Skeleton Sprite Sheet 1 for RPG Maker VX Ace

Skeletons01ShadowsSkeletons01BlankThe skeletons on these sprite sheets have been created from a base sprite by Ice-Ax, using the original French version of Fusion Maker by Sebastien Bini for the clothes and doing a lot of post editing.

There are 2 versions, one with shadows (like the “Mack-style” sprites have) and one without. When importing, choosing black as the “translucent colour”will give the shadows the same transparency as the built-in shadows while choosing no translucent colour will leave the shadows black.

To download simply right-click the pics and use the option “save picture as…”.

Credit for the artwork goes to Enterbrain and Ice-Ax. Do not use these for your RPG Maker projects without crediting Enterbrain, Ice-Ax and Sebastien Bini as well.

You can find out everything about Sebastien Bini’s character generator at his own website: Game Character Hub

Ice-Ax offers a lot of sprites, battlers and facesets – most of which are original artwork – for RPG Maker XP on his website: Ice-Ax (japanese)

Zombie Sprites 5 for RPG Maker XP

Zombie07Zombie08Another 2 female zombie sprites created by  editing a stock sprite, using the original French version of Fusion Maker by Sebastien Bini for the clothes and doing some post editing.

To download simply right-click the pics and use the option “save picture as…”.

All credit for the artwork goes to Enterbrain. Feel free to use them for your RPG Maker projects but please don’t redistribute this content without proper crediting.

You can find out everything about Sebastien Bini’s character generator at his own website: Game Character Hub

Zombie Sprites 4 for RPG Maker XP

Zombie05Zombie06Another 2 zombie sprites created by heavily editing a stock sprite, using the original French version of Fusion Maker by Sebastien Bini for the clothes and doing some post editing.

To download simply right-click the pics and use the option “save picture as…”.

All credit for the artwork goes to Enterbrain. Feel free to use them for your RPG Maker projects but please don’t redistribute this content without proper crediting.

You can find out everything about Sebastien Bini’s character generator at his own website: Game Character Hub