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Pixel Art – Survival, Alchemy, Mining Iconset – 24×24

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About this assetpack:

This set is made with an outdoor approach in mind. It provides items for tropical islands, fishing, adventures, complex alchemy systems and a lot of metals and minerals for mining.

All icons are extremely high quality and have a resolution of 24x24px

You get:

  • 100 completely unique handpainted icon designs
  • every icon is delivered with a unique cast shadow sprite
  • every icon is delivered with an outline (selection)
  • a .rtf file with item names & rough flavourtext.

Themes covered:

  • outdoor survival tools: a torch, a spyglass, a knife, a pistol, fishing net & more
  • alchemistic apparatuses: mortar&pestel, calcinator and an alembic for alchemy systems
  • alchemistic ingredients: salt stone, sulfur, gunpowder, mercury & more
  • anvil & metals: for crafting arms, armors & tools
  • bugs for fishing & eating: eathworms, ants, & more
  • plant ingredients: roots, fruits and a flower
  • metal elements: loot/ingredients for machines
  • beach & sea stuff: shells, perals, fishbones, corals & more
  • monster ingredients: slime secrets, batwings, bones & more
  • chests & keys: for loot

Other asset packs in this series:

System  - 24x24 Icon Series (click on the link)

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You MUSTN'T redistribute the assets as your own, or use them in any printed media, or as design basis for any physical product.

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Icons Included:

  1. knife
  2. stick
  3. torch
  4. campfire
  5. metal bucket
  6. spyglass
  7. nuts
  8. slingshot
  9. boomerang
  10. flintlock pistol
  11. fishing net
  12. fishing hook
  13. lamp oil / alcohol
  14. alchemy bag
  15. canteen
  16. bandages
  17. plaster
  18. treasure chest
  19. iron key
  20. gold key
  21. calcinator
  22. mortar&pestle
  23. alembic
  24. thermometer
  25. white chalk
  26. ink
  27. sharpening stone
  28. white flag
  29. gunpowder
  30. dynamite
  31. rock
  32. wood coal
  33. charcoal
  34. iron ore
  35. mercury
  36. silver ore
  37. gold ore
  38. philosopher‘s stone
  39. saltstone
  40. smaragds
  41. flint&steel
  42. anvil
  43. glowing blank
  44. iron ingot
  45. steel ingot
  46. silver ingot
  47. gold ingot
  48. obsidian
  49. sulfur
  50. berg crystal
  51. bug catching net
  52. earthworm
  53. butterfly
  54. ant
  55. ladybeetle
  56. scarab
  57. grasshopper
  58. flower
  59. root
  60. mandrake
  61. bear trap
  62. fox fur
  63. animal fur
  64. screw
  65. nut
  66. spring
  67. rusty gear
  68. glass shards
  69. femur bone
  70. human skull
  71. spider web
  72. feather / quill
  73. dove
  74. spiral shell
  75. shell
  76.  pearl
  77. fishbone
  78. shark tooth
  79. cow skull
  80. horn
  81. slime
  82. eyeball
  83. bat wing
  84. scale
  85. sea weed
  86. coral
  87. cooked fish
  88. tentacle
  89. shrimp tail
  90. fossile ammonite
  91. cotton wool
  92. sugar cane
  93. cactus
  94. chestnuts
  95. coconut
  96. banana
  97. lemon
  98. orange
  99. watermelon
  100. honeydew melon


Buy Now$29.99 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $29.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

iconset_survival_files_v1_0.zip 414 kB


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Heyo! awesome set..IM a noob, whats best way to separate them ?

No problem.
Best way if you don't use the sprite atlas is to get a free image software with a grid.
There are some options like e.g. Gimp & Paint.Net.

Depending on the program and version you choose, you'll need to google for the exact way how to do those things:

-First of all you need to set the grid to 24x24.

-Then you need to show the grid / make it visible.

-Probably the program has a "magnetic grid" which means that the selection will follow the grid more easily which is helpful.

-Then you need to draw a rectangular selection around the icon you want.

-you copy it with ctrl&c

-you put it in a new image (should usually be ctrl+shift+v)

-you save it as a "*.png" file somehwere on your harddrive where you will be able to find it.

This you should do for every icon you need and name them in the exact way you want.

Let me know if it worked out!