Sprite program (Community)

Sprite program // Community

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lady orb none

Apr 6, 2004, 8:12pm
Could someone post the URL to the program that generates sprite models.

Thanks bunches.

Sharon / Lady ORB


Apr 6, 2004, 9:04pm
sprite tastes good....ooooh you mean the...nevermind...

IceFlare Network

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just in

Apr 7, 2004, 6:31am

Unzip a standard sprite about the size you want. Open the rwx file in
NotePad. Change the names of the Texture and Mask to those that you want to
use. Resize it if necessary (either edit the vertexes, or use a scale
command). Rename the rwx file. Zip it. Upload it. And you're done.

Regards, Justin

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Apr 7, 2004, 9:50am
I have never heard of a proggy that makes sprites. I use PSP to make mine
then change the texture on another sprite model thats the same size i want.
also u can make it so it doesnt turn if its for a wall like a clock or
something by removing the AxisAlignment ZOrientY line
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Apr 7, 2004, 2:18pm
[View Quote] Here's a help file by Ananas, "How to create an animated sprite from a GIF"
(you can use the same model for non-animated textures also):


kathryn delanuit

Apr 8, 2004, 6:54pm
Andras has a cool little tool for that:
http://www.andras.net/tools.html A command line utility called
3danim.exe that will generate a sprite object and scale it to the size
you want all in one step. (lots of other neat tools on that page too :) )

[View Quote] > Could someone post the URL to the program that generates sprite models.
> Thanks bunches.
> Sharon / Lady ORB

lady barbara

Apr 9, 2004, 8:43am
From the description, it looks like a simplified form of his Arcflowerbed
program--a real winner! (Output isn't really a sprite but a 3d file--have
used it many times.)
--Lady Barbara

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lady orb none

Apr 9, 2004, 2:07pm
Thank you to all who have posted a reply to help with this topic. Support
from the community is what makes these News Groups so very important.

Greatly Appreciated,

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