How & where to paint your own pixel art and add them to your game?
#1✎ 20ssunlimitedYeah sorry, I can't figure it out at all. I know it's somewhere in the Smile tool.
#2✎ 11MyLegGuyGo to smile tool and tap paint on the bottom screen.
You can display a sprite with SPSET.
#3✎ 41RealTiPIt's in "paint". Then save and use spset and stuff.
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#5✎ 20ssunlimitedI did do that. But it's highlighted already existing sprites which I don't want to touch. I want to create a new one then load it using spset.
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I did do that. But it's highlighted already existing sprites which I don't want to touch. I want to create a new one then load it using spset.
The built-in default sprites will come back when you do an ACLS. It should be fine to hit clear all.
When you're editing, you can also use any GRP and save it. You only have to LOAD into GRP4. That means G0, G1, SPR, and BG are all fair game in Paint/SBED.
EDIT: If you're trying to load two sprites sheets ( the default and your own ) that's not going to work; you can only have one GRP set as the Sprite page at a time. Just add or replace sprites on the default sheet and save it as a new file.