Hey, these ones are really cool!
A downloadable asset pack
Gameboys is an ongoing project that hopes to be infrequently updated.
- 16x16 tiles
- 4 colour black and white pallet
- gameboy green alternate
This set currently has
- Currency and jewels
- weapons and tools farm tools
- potions and medicine
- Recreational tools and keys
- scrolls and books
- animal produce and fish
- fabrics and Forrest foraging
- Hats and headbands
- Dresses and robes
- shirts, bikinis and coats
- skirts, underwear and trousers
- Boots and shoes
- Bracelets and gloves
- Jewelry and accessories
- indoor/outdoor cut away building
- decorative tiles
Creative commons licence under CC-by-sa: you are free to edit and use in commercial projects
Click download now to get access to the following files:
- March 2k18Mar 15, 2018
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Thanks for sharing. These are amazing :)
A really nice collection of tiles.
The pack is missing a few things which would be useful for both you and the final user:
* A license .txt within the pack
* Your username attached some way to the pack, either as the title of the zip or within the license (or both).
* A link back to your project.
The license is always an encouraging part of the pack. If, like me, people are downloading the pack for future use, they'll want to know what terms they can use the assets under. Likewise if you put your username on it it helps with knowing who to credit. Last of all it's really useful for people who use your art to know where they can come back to and donate if the assets proved useful.
A final improvement would be an inspiration image to indicate how the tiles can be used. I'd recommend mocking something up in tiled for your terrain tiles.
Just my two cents!
Hey i haven't touched these packs in years, but you bring up some very good points.
though I'm not entirely sure how other people would want licenses presented, and its proving surprisingly hard to track down examples within other works. if you would like to link or present any examples with your licenses then that would be a great help
It can be really hard to find a good example, yeah. https://somepx.itch.io/ does a good license presentation in their packs - it's basically just outlining the cans and cants and the intention of the license (which is basically just 'don't share, do use in projects, do attribute credit').
The most important thing for me is just taking the blurb you've put on itch.io and saving it inside the artpack so it can 'survive' okay when isolated.