Ren'Py specific questions should be posted in the Ren'Py Questions and Annoucements forum, not here.
And now, the reason for this topic. Here's a character set that's free to use for those of you needing graphics for noncommercial projects. A cute purple-haired girl with a stuffed bunny. I hope someone likes her.
The file can be downloaded from here (my website): http://www.freewebs.com/creativity-unli ... isunov.htm
Note: you may need winRar to extract the file, it's free though.
New character added, a blonde woman this time. Link is still the same, of course.
- Preview of the expressions.
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Incidentally, other threads that have covered that kind of idea have popped up from time to time. There was a long-running one here which covered all kinds of things and I believe was what formed the basis of the original Wiki page, and some sound-and-music stuff here...Mirena wrote:First off, something I'm really missing in this forum is a stickied thread with a list of resources that are free to use.
Personally, I think the best approach is probably for people to update the Wiki, and point there from here, but I'm too [busy|lazy|distracted] at the moment finishing off Yuyuko to spend too much time on it myself. :/
And I love that sprite set, it's very charming!
Incidentally, it matches the watercolor style of the male sprites listed just above the link.
(*Cough* anyone out there want to make a remake of 'My Two Dads' but with a postmodern twist (*cough again*... BL hint hint) just in time for Nanoreno... ha...)
To note: The link in the sidebar doesn't point to Resource_Links, it only points to Resources. Someone please fix the hack redirection I made.
Is there anyone I missed?
Note that a layered psd file is not a 'doll' set, because I consider a doll set as an extension pack for some dedicated program such as ALICE. Thus most contributions are listed as character packs, and each creator can specify whether they want to prohibit editing or not.
This seems a pretty ridiculous distinction, to me. Why is a set of PNGs with a base body and separate clothes and accessories - for example - suddenly a different thing when you include a metadata file that allows you to use it in something like ALICE? To my mind, a "doll set" is a set of graphics which can be combined in different permutations to make different character graphics, where a "character pack" is a set of pre-made graphics which allow no customisation. It shouldn't matter which format the doll set comes in, just that it's customisable - the functionality is more of a characteristic than that it happens to be a data file for a particular program.DaFool wrote:Note that a layered psd file is not a 'doll' set, because I consider a doll set as an extension pack for some dedicated program such as ALICE. Thus most contributions are listed as character packs, and each creator can specify whether they want to prohibit editing or not.
So Mirena's stuff here, sure, would be a character pack, but Deji's would be a doll pack, to my eye. If we really need ALICE stuff to be separate, then maybe there could be a subheading under Doll Packs for ALICE dolls in particular.
Alternate interpretation: Deji's work is a doll pack for that notorious paper-doll program "Photoshop".