Minnow's RTP Edits (Updated 12/05 with large tree!)

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ANIMALS 
 

Large Animals

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Small Animals

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Birds 
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Large Tree

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This is wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing!

How about butterflies, birds or bees? I think it can make a forest environment awesome. :wub:
 
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These are VERY nice! Birds would be nice to see. Thank you for sharing these.
 

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Those are GREAT!! I always loved animal sprites for RPG Maker and always wanted roe sprite in RMVX, now I can have it in MV! Thank you!! Maybe you can make squirell/rabbit? :)

Or...what about cow? There is no cow in MV, dunno why....even "cow" SE is here, but no cow sprites :(
 
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Well done! One can never have enough animal sprites to liven up the maps a bit.
 

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That mouse is super cute! And I agree with the other suggestions that the forest-y type creatures like small birds and butterflies would be nice! But farm animals are also neat :o
 

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Just a note, I tested your animals here and they look lovely, however they are not in a correct grid, sometimes you can see the nose off or the tail off and appearing at wrong places, for example a nose floating behind the back of the animal etc. This is something easy to fix, but I think I should let you know if you want to fix them here as well.

Keep the cute animals coming! :wub:
 

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This is awesome! Hope a wolf is coming soon ^_^
 

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Just a note, I tested your animals here and they look lovely, however they are not in a correct grid, sometimes you can see the nose off or the tail off and appearing at wrong places, for example a nose floating behind the back of the animal etc. This is something easy to fix, but I think I should let you know if you want to fix them here as well.

Keep the cute animals coming! :wub:
Thanks for the feedback! They're working fine for me.. did you save them with a $ in front of the file name? For example '$stag.png'. Some of them are weird sizes so they have to be saved as a single sprite rather than a sprite sheet.

Made a small bird with a few alternate colourings. I'm going to try flying birds as well ^_^

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Wow, I can't give you enough love! If you still need ideas how about a fox or raccoon?
 

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Aww, they are beautiful!  Thank you for making them available for commercial use too.

Can I suggest flying birds?  As well as horizontal/vertical directions, perhaps a spritesheet that has diagonal directions, so we can give them diagonal flight paths too.

Farm animals would be great.
 

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Thanks for the feedback! They're working fine for me.. did you save them with a $ in front of the file name? For example '$stag.png'. Some of them are weird sizes so they have to be saved as a single sprite rather than a sprite sheet.
Yes, I'm using them with $filename... actually, I think it's just one of them which was bugging, but I changed the file width to 144 and this resolved the issue. I will send you a screenshot to better illustrate what happened (I don't know if this happened only to me).

I will post again here (or edit this) with the screenshot soon.

Edit: Screenshot from inside game (note the black lines appearing)

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The ones above are edited by me for a 144p grid width (48p per frame width). The ones below are the original files downloaded from here. Both cases uses $ for prefix. Maybe this could be a bug with just me though. I think the deer is unaffected, only the moose was bugging for me.

On another note, thanks very much for the birds, they are very lovely.
 
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I'm definitely using your animals in my game. They are very cute! My favorite one so far is the squirrel.
 

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Yes, I'm using them with $filename... actually, I think it's just one of them which was bugging, but I changed the file width to 144 and this resolved the issue. I will send you a screenshot to better illustrate what happened (I don't know if this happened only to me).

I will post again here (or edit this) with the screenshot soon.

Edit: Screenshot from inside game (note the black lines appearing)

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The ones above are edited by me for a 144p grid width (48p per frame width). The ones below are the original files downloaded from here. Both cases uses $ for prefix. Maybe this could be a bug with just me though. I think the deer is unaffected, only the moose was bugging for me.

On another note, thanks very much for the birds, they are very lovely.
That's really.. strange? It doesn't do that for me. I double checked the grid and everything seems to line up. Very confusing :p

Either way here is a version that is 144 wide in case anyone else has the same issue.

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Thanks for posting that, Yurixy! :)
 

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@Minnow - yes I also found it strange, because when I see it in a grid editor, it looks normal, not sure why it was behaving that way in my game. Once I moved it few pixels to the right and increased canvas width to 144p, that bug disappeared for me.
 

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