Did you make a fantasy classes asset too?
50 16-Bit Designer Fantasy Monsters
A downloadable asset pack
50 16-Bit Designer Monsters:
This pack contains 50 highly detailled, top quality pixel art monster sprites.
They are intented to be used in common rpg battle system scenes (e.g. Early Final Fantasy / Dragon Quest like battles)
Every sprite has a native size of 64×64 pixels, which makes them perfect to use for current pixel art game resolutions.
The borderless style with strong colors also ensures that the sprites will set themselves clearly apart on common game background art.
- every sprite is delivered with a cast shadow which also can be placed indepently for flying/floating sprites
- no animations
- some sprites feature an additional NSFW versions
Other asset packs in this series:
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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In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $199.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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I got some other packs like this in mind, however due to being currently fulltime busy with a freelance project, it will take me a fair while to get more things for the shop done.
They are great, no doubt. Pricing is fine.
Looks really good but without animations it's a hard sell for me.
... I do not understand such high prices for your assets. Why would one pay 200+$ for an asset pack. Do you know one can buy more than 4 full-price games for such money?
Especially since none of them are animated.
Every creator here has their own shop, everyone making their own prices. Other assets are also on different levels of quality and contain different elements.
You always can go ahead and look for something else or even pay an artist to come up with similar quality, completely up to you.
The price tag isn't unreasonable at all... you get 50 monsters by one of the top pixel artists around and when you work it out, its only $4 a monster. You will be hard pressed to find cheaper with the quality these monsters have. Their designs alone are impressive enough! He also isn't forcing you to buy them.. As for the lack of animations, that isn't too much of a problem, you can easily hire someone to do that for you. It would be pretty challenging to produce generic enough animations to suit everyone's needs and that would then just inflate the price further.