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Hey! Thanks for all the valuable feed. I usually don't get any and it's nice to see things through an outsiders perspective. I'll definitely keep these in mind for the future of the assets :D 

When I create packs I try not to place an asset in several packs in the same marketplace. Meaning, for example, if you stick to just ko-fi and buy the packs you won't pay for the same asset twice. As you said, though, the packs on ko-fi are not complete yet. Since I do "themed packs" there (e.g dragons, undead monsters etc.) and I can't always justify creating packs for the themes that has small number of assets. So it might always be fragmented in that regard :D

For updates on ko-fi, if I ever update an asset with the purpose of fixing some faulty bits, you get the update through a ko-fi message free of charge. Similar with itch, you just need to re-download the file. It just gets tricky with Patreon. On patreon I create an update post and deliver the updated files for the patrons. Yes, that means sometimes you need to be a paid patron to get the update but I also deliver the sprites through patreon messages if need be. 

You shouldn't see being a patron as "leeching"  :D I get that a lot. People message me about feeling bad for "taking advantage of patreon" but that's the use I've intended for my patreon page. You make a one-time payment to get all the assets and catch up with all the assets I've done, and if you'd like,  you downgrade your pledge to a tier you find comfortable paying and keep getting new assets and perks. Itch page is here to support patreon if you just need a couple of assets and ko-fi page is for commissions and themed packs for people irked by patreons subscription system. You should store the assets locally anyways by the way, since we live in an age where websites can change policies overnight and force me to delete everything I have here and migrate to elsewhere. It happened before, it might again. 

That being said, I totally get your point. I might do something different for the "access all the assets" sorta purchase thing in the future.

I don't expect the user to guess what's in the yearly packs :D These packs are not loot boxes or kinder surprise eggs. On the front page of my patreon page you can find the link to complete list of assets I have done. I've tried to be as transparent as I can when I created the spreadsheet. It shows you what was created in what year (for yearly packs), in which sites you can get the assets, in what packs the assets are available, what assets would you get if you pledged on each patreon tier for that month specifically. 

Thanks again for all the feedback and sorry for the wall of text :D

Hey! I get that comment a lot from people who hasn't read the licensing page throughly :D
With CC licenses you can't restrict terms of the licence but can only give more permissions. So I had to choose a non-commercial licence, then give permission to use the sprites for commercial projects with the condition of that said projects can't be anything blockchain-related. So in short, you are free to use the sprites in commercial projects but the project can't be a p2e game, nft project, web3 thing, or future inventions in the blockchain technologies etc. I hope that clears things. 

But if you still have doubts, here are some commercial games that use my sprites:

Hey! On patreon if you go for the tier that unlocks everything, you can download %80 of the assets with 3 clicks since I've bundled them as yearly packs for easy downloading. You just need to download the current year of assets one by one. On the other hand I've been actually slowly doing bundles on my ko-fi shop. I'll probably bring them onto itch somewhere in the future but there are no immidiate plans for it. Hope this helps! 

You can try to download the same file for free here: https://ko-fi.com/s/88bdc7c720

Hello, thanks! Yes you can use it under the conditions of the license linked in the page :)

What browser are you using? It doesn't open a new page when you click the png file, it just downloads the sprite sheet. Just to be sure, you are clicking here right?

It should just download the file when you click there. 

Hello! Just click on "You can get the bomb sprites here free.

Then click on "Dungeon Collectables.png" on that page. 

Thanks!

Better safe than sorry! Enjoy the sprites! :D

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Yes, and there is a link to the explanation of "supplement permissions" on that page. With CC licenses you can't restrict terms of the licence but can only give more permissions. So I had to choose a non-commercial licence, then give permission to use the sprites for commercial projects with the condition of that said projects can't be anything blockchain-related. So in short, you are free to use the sprites in commercial projects but the project can't be a p2e game, nft project, web3 thing, or future inventions in the blockchain technologies etc. I hope that clears things. 

But if you still have doubts, here are some commercial games that use my sprites:

Let me know if you have any other questions!

Have you read the licence page carefully? Answer to your exact question is available on the "Further Explanations" section, just a bit below the licence information :)

Hey, the link for use terms are included in the page but in short: as long as you don't use the sprites in anything blockchain-related (nfts, web3, metaverse etc) you are free to use them in both commercial and personal projects. Find the licensing link for details! :)

All the wolf animations fit into a 64x64 slice. The wolf itself is about 38x24 px. 

That was the inspiration! :D

Looking great! From what you've told me, it seems you are good to go. Then again, I highly suggest reading the licence page. Good luck with the game!

Yes, but there are terms to it, check out the link to the licensing page above.

Yep, feel free to modify the sprites.

The preview images show 10 fps. But slightly faster animations also work really well if you ask me :)

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I don't plan on adding any new animations to this character at this time :) Feel free to edit the sprites to you needs.

Thank you! Yes, I plan on doing more tilesets. Though it can be months before I can publish a swamp or a snow themed tileset since what I draw is decided on patreon polls in a monthly basis. 

Do you mean this: https://elthen.itch.io/2d-pixel-art-portal-sprites ?

So you are literally looking for this: https://elthen.itch.io/2d-pixel-art-royal-family ?

Yes, you can edit and use the sprite. You can read the details about commercial use on the license link provided on the page :)

Do you mean if you can edit the sprites? Yes you can edit the sprites to your needs.
If you are asking me to draw the up, down, left directions for the sprite, I currently have no plans to do that :)

No, the sprites are to one side only. 

The short answer is, yes, you can use this for your game. The link to the licensing is on the page, you can check the details there.

There is a link to the license on the page, you can read the details there :)

Hey, it's literally written on the page as 192x96 pixels :)

Hello! Feel free to modify the asset :)

Hey! Yes, the sprites only have one direction. And the image below is the preview image for my other assets you can find on my page.

You can read it on the license page.

Short answer is, yes but there are links to the licensing on top and the bottom of the page. Please make sure you read them :)

No, this character is 64x64 only. I'm not open for commissions right now but you can always join my discord server if you have questions: https://discord.gg/dqsAmrd

This is very cool!

Hey, the slash between the "idle" and "movement" indicates they are the same animation as in, "this animation is both for idling and moving". Sorry if it wasn't obvious from the description text. You can always see all the animations included in the preview gifs on my store pages.

Yes, you can :)

You can play the last animation backwards for that ?

Yeah, feel free to modify the image :)

They are getting blurry because there are rules to resizing pixel art. You can try this site to rescale the sprite sheet without quality loss : https://lospec.com/pixel-art-scaler/

Love it! Can't wait to see more! :D