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Hand Drawn Angelic Warrior

Animations included - Float (good for moving and idle), Attack, Hurt, Death, Spell Cast

Good for 4 angles - Flip images to get the left facing sides

42 hand drawn images 237x200. Comes with PSD file and these GIF images

Some assembly required. The wings are included but I found it was better to attach them separately in engine so you could have their opacity increase and decrease over time. Shadow not included.

Want to see what they look like in action? Check out the little game I made with them: https://combosmooth.itch.io/arena-knight

You can use these assets for commercial or personal use. You do not have to credit me, but it would be nice

do NOT resell these sprites.


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In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Angel.zip 531 kB

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Great animation! I've purchased it. Have you thought about producing left/right variation, so it could be used with hex tilesets? Also, if you draw a lizardman archer sprite, I will buy it too ;-)

Thanks so much! I definitely want to create  more sprites in the future and lizardman is actually pretty high up on the list of what I would create.

I am not sure I understand what you mean. If you flip the sprites on the Y-axis they should work for left/right. Is there something more specific they would need to work with Hex tile sets?

Hex tiles have 6 directions: west, east, north-west, south-west, north-east, south-east. Like in original Fallout and Heroes of Might and Magic. In some cases games use north and south hexes instead of east and west, but that is a bad design decision, because you cant flip north and south sprites, and west to east movement direction is more common than north to south (i.e. beat em up games).

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oh i see, because i only created them on the diagonal angles. Thanks for the info, maybe for next time!