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NA's Spriting Tutorial 2

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Apr 9, 2005 | 4:32 PM EDT

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14/07/2005 - Edit: Sometimes, I see people on the NG BBS who need help with they're sprite movies. I'd be glad to help, but I cannot make a tutorial about this at the moment.

Attention, pixel/sprite artists!
Are you tired of the old Sonic/Mario/Megaman sprites? Want to try something new? Why not try to create your very own sprites?

In this tutorial, you will find all the info you need. How to navigate the MMBN menu: click on a "chip" and then click "OK". The "UNITE" button doesn't do anything.
Note: there is a glitch that I cannot fix. Sorry.

Please leave a review, and happy spriting!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


This was helpful! :D Im going to make my navi PikaMan. Cya


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

i don't know which program tomake my sprites!

i don't know which program tomake my sprites!

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Preternatural responds:

Basically MSpaint, but Photoshop has the invaluable ability to save under the gif extension without any loss of quality.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Hey that was a pretty good tut except some of the links were broken keep up the good work

Preternatural responds:

Thanks! but I don't feel like searching for new sources; it's been hard enough the first time... Oh but you never know.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this one is good to

this one is great better then the last one im happy you look at other reviews and use there feedback before you make another.where can i get the stuff to make this sprits i would like to try.

Preternatural responds:

Well, I don't know for everyone else, but I still use the good old MSpaint. If you're a mac user that doesn't have MSpaint, there are other programs out there said to do a better job. (they aren't necessarily free, though)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice tut there.

I'm not really going to use it because I don't have the equipment for it. But it's a nice tut. Great one, man.