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Male Warrior Animation Sprite Pack from SGA

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Super Game Asset have just released a new Male Warrior animation sprite pack.  We have also released a free sample pack for all who are interested.
 
- Retina display
- swapable weapons
- 8 isometric direction/animation
 
About this release:
As a first on the market Super Game Asset have created an entire new character package, consist of character animations and weapons for the EPIC RPG serie. 
 
This unique package is a first in a series of characters with interchangeable weapons, this means weapons designed for a character package can be equipped on and off for any animation of the character. Have a character running with an axe, or doing a magic attack with a sword, not a problem. 
 
 
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Looks nice and professional looking.

 

The warrior reminds me of the main character from the original Golden Sun game.

 

You have some nice art on your website. It's also kind of expensive, but I guess a person has to make a living?

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Thanks,

Our products is always more cost effective than to produce the same art resource than commission, in other words it you were to hire someone to do the work on a contract or hourly rate it will cost much more, in fact around 5-10 times more.If you think about it most game artist who have an experience it will cost at around $100/day or much more, and if you think about how much art you can create with that rate, then looking at buying game assets and resources is good option :)
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