The Sprites of Salimus

You know, I do sprite a lot. Some sprites I make in hopes they'll be used. Others, I make for my own purposes. In the end, a sprite is a sprite, and any I make ends up here.


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Made a few more digimon bigger: Golemon, Akatorimon, Kokatorimon, Pegasusmon, and Nefertimon.
Got nothing much to say besides I may have made Golemon a tad too detailed. He does look nice though, so I can't complain. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Here's another digimon for you guys! I enlarged the sprite with my techniques and gave you guys a whole bunch of poses to work with. Hope you guys like it!

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May 10th, 2017
So remember the Digimon I tried making bigger? These? rumon-unimon-shimaunimon-ikkakumon/

When I got the ShimaUnimon bigger, I got an idea. You see, I've been messing with LSW sprites recently, and I noticed that Zebub Al-Zemechiel's sprites have a similar enough design that I thought of meshing the two together.

That and you can blame chest centaurs for inspiring me.

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LSW Base Sheet:
It's basically some unsaid rule that everyone uses Zebub Al-Zemechiel's sprites for their digimon sprite comics. I can see why. There's a variety of digimon to use and from all of them you can edit together other digimon. A lot of people have made whole sheets of those types of sprites too so there's a loa of different digimon available.
So, one thing that bugs me about Zebub Al-Zemechiel's digimon sprites are some of them are really tiny when put next to any other sprite. They don't even look like their actual sizes sometimes.
An idea came to me though. Just make the sprites bigger and enhance them for their new size.
Boom - this is the result!
I got to say that I like this a lot. I'll have to show you guys how to do it. Until then, you can have these that I made.
Tell me what you think of them!

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This set doesn't have a background to go with it, but it's presence proves a point. If you look closely at the sprites, you'll realize just how simple they are. Not a lot of advanced spiriting here. The shapes are just squares, and yet a lot's been done with it. It's simple to make and use.

I'm not the biggest fan of this type of furniture in real life, but hey, maybe your are or it'd match a character of your. Even if it's just fits your setting hope you enjoy it.
Been a while since I've posted one of these so take this on for size.

Plants are used often to make a home feel more alive. You see at least one ficus in a business after all. Most of these's plants are based on ones in Animal Crossing yet again, but the green house and sacks of fertilizer as well as the rake and that shovel I pulled right out of my head. Not a lot of flowers here, so I'm sorry about that. Plenty of shrubs you can choose from though!
This is an animation I made with the sprites in the Dorumon sheet. Most of the stuff there is made frame by frame animation anyways. The walk and hit cycle are just examples. Be sure to check that out if you haven't already.

Dorumon Sheet:
Heya guys! Been a while since I've updated this thing.
Anyways, I was messing a round with Dorumon's sprites by Zebub Al-Zemechiel's Tiny Gifs at The Happy Galgomon Gif Factory. At first, I just wanted to do a walk cycle. I then noticed how how simple the sprite was for me to edit and I accidently ended up making a sheet for it... Oops.
Besides the original sprite, everything else is completely custom besides the tails which are shrunken down and edited version of Renamon's tails from Digimon: Battle Spirit. A little ingenuity goes a long way.
Either way, I admit it was pretty fun. No regrets here! Just wish you luck on your sprite comics.

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Another set based on Animal Crossing furniture, and it's a favorite of mine. Yeah, I really like the modern wood set. It's surprising I did the lovely set first because I hate that set... (I'll had to go back to it and add a couple things I missed btw.)

I think this turned out pretty well! Only one thing I don't really like and that's the ceiling. I wanted to do a different roof style, you see, but didn't have an idea for something new. I know one of my friends said a wood ceiling would be nice to have, but the wall's so busy and had such unity that I didn't want to make it too different or complicated. It's alright for what it is, but I just wish it looked better.
That's pretty awesome!
Bit of a random one, but it's still pretty good.
The big thing here is the wall's a made with those patterns. If they look familar, it's because they are the main pattern on the Animal Crossing Amiibo card packs. I made them work as backgrounds and floors.

They are a bit too detailed though. The green triangles are very busy and it's not pleasing to the eye. As such,I used a combination of the basic all paper to give you idea on how to use these backgrounds in a different way.

Another thing to note is, despite how they look, these floors and backgrounds are extremely easy to recolor an edit. I demonstrated that mostly with the floor.

The random furniture here is more public area or work space related. Nothing too big here besides the plants.

Anyways, between this and the basic sheet, you guys got a lot to work with.
For all your basic room needs!
After making the last two sets, I thought it'd be a good idea to make a simple set of bare bones material. This is where the basic set comes in. It's very simple, with most things made out of wood.

It should also be noted that in the Room Creation sheets I am doing, a lot of the stuff is easy to recolor for the most part. That's a good thing for those of you that like to recolor and edit sprites together.

One of the exceptions to this is the wall, which is easier to change by playing with the hue and saturation in applications like GIMP and Photoshop. I recommend it with these backgrounds so you can get the exact colors you want.
You can play with the levels afterwards to make sure it's not too flat.
I really wanna put ALL the bee-puns in here now. just beecauzz.

Beeliciouzzz! I't stings in all the right places.
Bzzzzz! BZZZZ!
This is a more original set when it comes to theme. Pfft - copying Animal Crossing furniture? NOT ALL THE TIME, BRO!

... Still this might have been a bit too ambitious.The backgrounds in particular are a bit of a mess. So much so that I didn't want to create doors for the sides of the room. They just would have looked odd.

NEVER THE LESS - I'm at least satisfied with the results. The furniture looks nice and everything, even if there's a lot of yellow in this. I know not everyone's a fan of that color.

Yeeeeeah. Not really been putting my stuff out there to much. Don't have an excuse either. Though, I'll admit, when I get bored, I do create good things. This is just one of those things.

This is basically a room template for you guys to use as you please. I made another sheet similar to this one and it's for one of his character's homes. He seemed really happy with it. I might add the bits I used from there and just put them in here at some point, though only if he wants. I'd have to ask. Definitely a few of the objects though.

With this page, it's basically the Lovely Set from Animal Crossing. It's 100% custom besides the pictures hanging from the walls in the example view. Obviously the designs too though.
April 20th, 2015
This little cutie is Enu! He's young so he doesn't really know how to control his power the best. He could use some work with that spring in his step.
Very nice.
Style: -
*can add poses

You know, a lot of people use the sprites on The Happy Galgomon Gif Factory for digimon. Specifically the ones under Tiny Gifs. None of children are there though. As such, I made my own. I tried to keep the style the same and for the most part it looks good.
its so purdy
So, did you like the look of the jungle in Experimental Megaman? Can't find a good jungle background to use? Want to make the environment have a certain look? I have good news for you then. You guys can use the title set I made for it! The flower and leaves, I usually have to bend the rules with to use them, but you know what? That's fine for a comic.
Juuuuuuuust don't go using it for games or anything that you'll sell for actual money. They aren't those kinds of titles. Besides, the last thing I want to do is hold a court case over something stupid.

Experimental Megaman: