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Nayru and Din Sprites

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A spritesheet for the project I'm working on, "Project: Oracles Reborn". In short, we're (by we I mean the few people that are in on this) are re-spriting everything from the Zelda Gameboy games Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons.

The sheet's not quite done yet, buuuuuuut it's close.

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WOW

Pretty good! U shud have made a farore sprote too. =P Even though u used the MC sprite u also made neat stuff!! 15/10



Well done!

Awesome art, man! These Sprites from Minish Cap?


Black-Boo responds:

The front walking poses are referanced from MC yes, but only referenced. Everything else you see here is custom made.


O.O

Awesome!

This is probably a weird place to ask, but since you're re-spriting things from the Zelda Gameboy games, are you planning on making a flash game with it? *.*


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Black-Boo responds:

Well, if I had flash I would, but I don't sadly.

Anyway, I am planning on making a game of it, but it's .exe, not .swf. Anyway, in short, it'll be three games in one, two similar to the originals and one completely new one.


Nice stealing

Mc.Stealer!!


Black-Boo responds:

What are you talking about? True, I used the minish cap sprites as a referance point, you will find that everything else is custom. I chose those because they had nice detail to them.

Honestly, you need to learn the difference between stealing and referancing.

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Aug 8, 2009 | 4:59 PM EDT
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162 x 656 px
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