- May 26, 2015
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So what's the smallest I can do? I kinda wanted my sprites to be in the same definition as Pokemon red, blue and yellow.
For copywrite law reasons we have to remove the image. Please only provide a link to where someone can reference that image in the future. Also please remove the attachment for the same reason.
I actually read that as they want their sprites to look like the sprites in that game myself. In other words, same style. But yes, if it is how to use those exact sprites, we cannot help for that due to copywrite law, as we cannot assist on how to use illegally RIP'd sprites from other games for legal reasons.
In answer to your original question, you cannot fit more or less sprites on a spritesheet based on larger or smaller sprite sizes. If you have smaller sprites, then you will still have the same number on a spritesheet - it will just be a smaller spritesheet.
(you still need to edit your first post and remove the attachment)
You asked two questions - what's the smallest a sprite can be, and how many sprites can you fit onto a spritesheet if you go smaller. I answered both of them. If you need to know more, then you need to rephrase your question.
Yeah, google is a bad source to use for legal images. But easy to fix, we just had to remove the link to it (and thanks for understanding).
no no, not how many, I asked how the DIMENSIONS should be for the same number of characters as "people 1".
So let's see each of these sprites frames are roughly 16x16, so how many would that for a full sheet that can fit as many characters as "people 1"
I realized I double posted above
I'm sorry - I read "how many" and thought you were asking how many 16x16 sprites would you be able to fit on a full sheet the size of "people 1".
Llareian has provided the correct answer above. If you're going to put just the one character on a spritesheet with a $ in the name, you multiply by 3 for the width, and by 4 for the height. If you're going to provide a size for up to 8 characters, with no $ in the name, then you multiply by 12 for the width, and by 8 for the height.
Just report your second post and ask the mods if they can merge it with the one above. They'll be able to take care of it for you. If you want to quote several people, you can use the + Quote button in the lower right of their posts to select them all, then reply to them all in a single post (just make sure to remove the parts of their posts that you're not specifically referring to, otherwise it can get a bit long and hard to read).
This comment is still helpful years later. Thanks.16 pixels wide x 12 columns = 192 pixels total width
16 pixels tall x 8 rows = 128 pixels total height
So your spritesheet dimensions for 16x16 sprites would be 192 x 128 pixels. There is no padding in a spritesheet.