I'm wondering if there really is a market for 2d game assets, namely character sprites.
I have been working on a game for a while, and my character animation technique is at a level I am happy with.
So I started to produce some animated character sprite sets.
My first set consists of four zombie pirates:
There are 7 different animations for each character:
Run (18 Frames), Talk (13 Frames), Jump (9 Frames), Fall (17 Frames), Crawl (21 Frames), Short Attack (11 Frames), Long Attack (15 Frames).
The running animation also serves as a walking animation and the falling/knockback animation includes standing up and can also be used for death, spawning and the like.
The sets are available in four different sizes and certainly mirrored PNGs of each frame. The M and S versions have no antialiasing and can so be used for retro style pixel art games. (S is perfect for 320x200):
A preview of the animations (L size):
So my questions are:
- Is there actually a market for that kind of stuff?
If so, what could I charge for a fully animated character? (non exclusively, so anyone who pays for it may commercially use it)
- Where could I offer the packs for download?
- Is it better to upload them at a specific site like www.indiegamestock.com, or is a blog like Chris Hildenbrand's (http://2dgameartforprogrammers.blogspot.de) the way to go ?
Thanks in advance,
Edited by Deeee, 16 May 2013 - 07:30 PM.