How do I change the size of the character

How do I change the size of the character

change the size of the character’s sprite in the sprites/characters folder.

Generally the stature of a persons character depends on their personality and the actions they choose, or lack thereof.

You can use MS Paint to edit the sprite of the player. All of the graphics in the game can be edited to your liking using MS Paint.

You can use MS Paint to edit the sprite of the player. All of the graphics in the game can be edited to your liking using MS Paint.

It depends… if the engine is dx8, it will make the sprite have a white picture behind… mspaint is good only for dx7 engines

If you are using a Dx8 engine (an easy way to tell is if your sprites or tilesets are in .png format), gimp is a free and fairly easy to use tool you can use to remove the white background.

Get away from using pant or gimp…use paint.NET

Best free painting software

(Www.getpaint.net)

Get away from using pant or gimp…use paint.NET

Best free painting software

(Www.getpaint.net)

To be honest, the only thing I wouldn’t recommend GIMP for, would be text-art such as logos because although you can make professional quality logos on GIMP, the amount of effort it takes, is simply not worth it. That being said, I do use gimp for my pixel art, and while I am far from being professional, I’d like to think that I am above average. It really isn’t the program that makes the spriter; if you can sprite then you would be able to on any program.

Get away from using pant or gimp…use paint.NET

Best free painting software

(Www.getpaint.net)

Uses MS Paint :(

Uses MS Paint :(

lol!

Anyway its all personal preferences that fit your needs. I use graphics gale for DX7 and Gimp for DX8, Paint.net for drawing.

To be honest, the only thing I wouldn’t recommend GIMP for, would be text-art such as logos because although you can make professional quality logos on GIMP, the amount of effort it takes, is simply not worth it. That being said, I do use gimp for my pixel art, and while I am far from being professional, I’d like to think that I am above average. It really isn’t the program that makes the spriter; if you can sprite then you would be able to on any program.

Why is GIMP any harder to make stuff with than, say, Photoshop? Are you sure it’s not just that you don’t understand GIMP so much? ;)

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