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CC - E-Man's sprites

May 26th, 2010, 9:21 am

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I'm not very proud of how my first sprites came out, but at least I was able to fix the left-handed issue early on!
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Reply E-Man, May 26th, 2010, 9:52 am

The first sprites I edited Before I had to rely on image hosting sites, I actually placed my sprite sheets in the comic for other authors to use. It's not exactly the best way to distribute sprites, but it was fine early on!

The E-Man sprites are just poorly edited Megaman sprites ripped by Bonzai, the Doopliss sprites are created by Dark Angle (although the credit tag is still on the sprites), and Octorock's sprites are just a cheap edit of Sblaka's Octorok sprites.

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User's Comments:

Reply G.B.A, May 26th, 2010, 11:10 am

I also noticed in your early comics, that E-man and Doopliss rarely showed any facial expression.

Reply plokman, May 26th, 2010, 1:15 pm

I still have trouble making face expressions. I can't believe that my Plokman sprites are the first 16-bit sprites I ever did and how well they came out but they are simple. E-Man is a lot more complex.

Reply E-Man, May 26th, 2010, 4:30 pm

@ G.B.A Yeah... I realize that as well! In fact, I even had trouble putting glasses on E-Man, which was something I originally wanted to do without making him look nerdy. I'm so glad that when I discovered shading, I also started to experiment with facial expressions. The only character I still have trouble with facial expressions is Octorock due to his size and glasses.

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