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digital characters for game programming?

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I am looking for some digital characters for my programming. I don't want to put time for creating my own characters for the moment. That is why I have decided to use character sets around the internet. I need character sets including all movements frames. Please post link if you are aware of any.

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Images? 3D Models? Please specify.

Images: go to http://www.yoyogames.com and look at resources for Gamemaker. Most sprites are in strip or gif form
3D Models: check this out: http://www.ogre3d.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=32550. There should be a few models in there.

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Thanks. There are great stuffs but not very usefull for me. I am looking for not very complicated characters but full set of frames for every movement. for example a character shooting a gun or jumping or sitting down and so on ... . These movements generated by let say 10 frame per second and I want that 10 frames (pictures) to load one after the other in my program to generate the movement.

Regards

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In what format?

If you're after 3D, for movements like that your best bet is probably to use Quake models, either MD2, MD3 or if you're feeling up to it MD5. They're well doculemted formats and should be fairly easy to download models for.

If you want 2D look for some sprite sheets from only snes or mega drive games or something. There's plenty about.

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