I will 'attempt' to make sprites for your spritesheets

Do you want in game art or just pixel art?

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In game art is fine.

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Doge

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That’s bloody brillant. How do I replace puppers in chesthole with them?

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I’ve come to realize pixel art favors the abstract lol

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You have to open up your tileset with an editing program then just put the new image in the place of the previous dog image. Make sure You’re using a program that can save files using transparency .png images though. Also make sure you pay attention to the tile sizes. I believe they’re 31x31 pixels. So that way you don’t erase anything nearby.

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I’d suggest if You’re new to tileset editing, make a copy of the tileset in case it doesn’t go as planned.

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Thanks. I’ll find myself a program and try it out. Any suggestion on editing programs?

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My current pixel art program doesn’t support the resolution of the tileset. I’m still trying to find one myself lol I believe BING might work. I’m currently downloading it.

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My bad, I meant GIMP

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I just downloaded GIMP and I could probably send you the updated tileset if you like.

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This really looks like something you’d see in Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup

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Hmm, never heard of it. >_>

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Derp.Super%20Soldier

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64x64 pixel spritesheet is compatible with CDDA? I have a leviathan and weird looking aberration created for ~2 hours each. (sorry, I can’t view it)

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Not sure about the technical aspects really. I’m not an expert lol. But I did count the edges of most of the tiles and the dimensions are 31x31.

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(I’m using a mobile pixel drawing app BTW)

What file did you count? the chesthole’s tiles.png?

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Yeah, chesthole. Why, are other ones higher resolution?

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Nope. The ordinary chesthole folder (the one with no affixes like 32- or 16-)

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Oh, that one looks like 24x24 pixels

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