Tag: animation

(FREE) Game sprites | Explosion 4

Posted by on June 18, 2011

Intro:

Fourth sheet, featuring a gas fireball / explosion similar to number 3.

Specs:

  • 128×128
  • 39 frames
  • Alpha channel, PNG

 

The goodies:

 

Nifty fireball!

Color-corrected version.

Footer:

As expected, the same legal applies on these as well. More information here. Feel free to contact me regarding licensing or custom work.

There are still quite a few sheets to go so stay tuned!

Cheers

 

Animation lib

Posted by on August 6, 2009

Dependent on the time-lapse lib, the animation code provides you with several count methods to manipulate your animations in an easy and comprehensible way.

If you add a sprite atlas library (I’ll share later) you’ll be able to manipulate sprites with animation in quite a flexible way without too much hassle.

The idea is to encapsulate the animation functionality in such a way that it makes it easy to work with. You have the ability to start, stop, pause, change speed, etc. You can create animations that range from any frame to any frame and that can animate in many ways such as sequential (loop), play-once and ping-pong (back and forth, or rather the inverse). By making use of the time-lapse library we can easily create time-based animation.

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TimeLapse lib

Posted by on August 5, 2009

This little lib is used to keep track of time using the low resolution timer provided by the OS (in Windows “GetTickCount”). The goal of this type of library is to encapsulate timing actions. It was originally designed for game development in mind but needless to say you can use it and adapt it to your own needs.

Basically you define a time interval as you create the “timelapse” instance. Every time you call the update function a simple check determines whether the time was reached or not. This is trivial, but encapsulating it makes sense. Specially if you plan to create an animation system in the future!

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