I am hoping to include a clown/jester character in my upcoming game. This would be a playable character, which presents a problem! I've dug up several TV walking sprites, but I can't find any SV battle sprites or character generator parts. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong...
NinjaConnor's SV Dog Battler with Haydeos' matching MV RTP face and sprite edits
darkmint's sideview battler Generator Wings
Esziapres' sprite Generator helmet
edward. T's Ancient Chinese sprite generator parts
Raedwulfo's beard stubble and eyebrows for Face generator
This is my first Contribuition for rpg maker mv character generator i hope you like it :D
well i use to draw my male characters with thicker eyebrows than the character generator
so i made a new thick pair of eyebrows i hope you like it
also i made a beard style :P
:beard: A More "Complete" Beard's Trim :beard:
(an RTP edit of the "one" beard)
This is ABSOLUTELY FREE as it is just an edit. Please, Enjoy!
Updated (3/12/16): All of these collections are now numbered p_12 - p_43 to fit nicely into the RTP Generator!
On to the Beards...
Is it just...
hiddenone's MV Resource Warehouse
Newest Resources: Hine Donkeys
Hey folks, I love the look of the MV sprites, but it seems that things are a bit lacking. I'm hoping to help fix that. :)
Credit: hiddenone, Kadokawa, & Avery if you use the beastmen or accessory generator portrait...
EDIT: Male eyes and female narrow wink added!
I needed a winking emotion for one of my characters, so I whipped these up for the female side of the generator. I hope someone else can get a use out of these as well! (Male included now)
We all know that RMMV's generator is a huge step up from Ace's Generator, but it could still use new parts.
Here are some generator parts that I managed to take from the RTP's facesets.
I'll try to put more parts here whenever I can.
Update: Added female mouth.
um... why didn't anyone tell how easy it is to add motions to Sideview battlers? I literally copied the last one, changed the name and index, said where it should play, and boom... I've got intro motions.
Lately when I listen to 1970s songs, I always think that the "real world" is still at mid 70s. What we experience now is a futuristic dream. With this point of view, even 80s and 90s looks super futuristic.