Hi Everyone, I recently made a character generator tool because I needed a good way to make many characters for my upcoming indie game. I didn't like the default RPGMaker style sprites and found it a lot of work to use arbitrary resource packs provided online, or found they didn't have as much variety as I needed. I decided to go the extra mile and package the tool up (and spend $100, wow I must love you guys!) for easy download on Steam for Windows and Mac. I figured it could be really helpful to other game developers with limited resources to make sprites. So, if you're looking for a different style of sprite for your game please check it out and let me know what you think. Available for free on Steam Oct 3rd, 2019. Features: - Based on Universal LPC Spritesheet project, so you can use for free in your game (commercial or non-commercial) as long as you give credit to the artists - Humans (male/female/children), Orcs, Reptiles, zombies, skeletons, etc. - Clothes, shoes, jewelry, hats, bags, capes, gloves, belts, ties, masks, beards, weapons - Thousands of parts means almost unlimited variations - Export sprite sheets as PNG into RPG Maker MV (and other versions) - Randomizer for quick creation - Save sheets as templates to easily build upon and modify later Future Development: I will probably commission some more character parts for the tool during the development my game, and I will update it through Steam periodically. The more support I get, the more I will be able to continue to add to this tool. Also, if you just want to give back by contributing new artwork directly, please message me with your sprite sheets and I will be able to incorporate them into future updates. Update 10/4/19: People have asked how to use the sprite sheets created in MV or Ace. This is detailed in the app help file, but basically since the engines use 3 frame sheets by defaults you will install a plugin to support different frame quantities. This will also give your animations a slightly smoother look. For MV: I use Modern Algebra's ExtraMovementFrames.js. It is free and you can get it here. For Ace: https://victorenginescripts.wordpress.com/rpg-maker-vx-ace/multi-frames/. He also has an MV specific one too. Happy Building!