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Hardcore Critiquing on any one sprite of choice: 15

Spruce up one sprite of your choice: 40

One sprite of any Pokemon you'd like: 100
A picture of the design must be given.


One sprite of any Trainer you'd like: 150
A picture of the design must be given.
No commissions have been done for Trainer Sprites yet, but HERE is an example of my work.

One animated sprite of any Pokemon you'd like: 200
One animated sprite of any Trainer you'd like: 250

A sprite does not come with the animation, you must supply a sprite, or commission me to make one along with the animation.


Any combinations can be made. There are no discounts for combinations however. I no longer do battle cries for commission, as I do not have proper software on my macbook yet.

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Trickyzora Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014  Hobbyist
are ur commissions still open?
BR0DE0 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014
Yeah. I started school last week say I can't really say how long it would take me, but I'm still open/
Trickyzora Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014  Hobbyist
ok may i order a sprite of
i dont mind waiting 
BR0DE0 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014
Yeah I can do that. That'll be 100 points! :b
I"ll try to do it as soon as possible.
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Madi-Is-Magic Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I have a quick question for you about a commission.
I see people that have icons of their Trainer walking with a Pokémon. Would you be able to do that? It's perfectly fine if you can't. If you're able to, how much would it cost? I love your sprites :)
BR0DE0 Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014
So you want me to make you an overworld sprite animation?
Well, I'd definitely be able to do it.
How does 150 sound?
A regular sprite is 100 normally, and these are much smaller so I'd say 50 would be decent for that. Then the animation is about half as complex as a battle sprite, so 75 would be what I'd charge for that.
So it's half the price of a pokemon animation. :b
What did you have in mind? What did you want the trainer to look like, and what pokemon did you want?
Madi-Is-Magic Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, first I have to actually get the points. And yes, I mean an overworld sprite. It may take me a while to get them, so I'll note you whenever I do.
RaptorPie Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Aw man i love ur art but i don't have enough points for a commish, only have 50 :3
Exorscizzor Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014  Student Filmographer
Hi dude, i noticed that you made excellent sprite animated gifs. I were just wondering what you used to make the gifs and how can that be made?
BR0DE0 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014
I use ASEprite, a free software that you can download. 
It can be used to make sprites, but I find it a little hard to do so on it, so make your normal sprite on any program you want. (I use photoshop normally)
You're sprite should just be a basic anyday pokemon sprite. Such as this ►
(Make sure you make the canvas size a decent size larger than the sprite itself. Don't make it any bigger than 150x150 pixels though because then dA won't automatically make a preview for it)
Once you make your sprite, now it's time for some fun. 
Copy past your sprite a bunch of times and then try to play surgeon and rip apart all of the body parts of your sprite.
The final product should look something like this.  ►
(Notice that some of the parts (like the neck tongue) I drew some extra stuff for it because when the parts are rotating, you will end up seeing some more parts of it than the normal sprite shows. Also be sure to space them out far apart)
Now save your parts file and open it in ASEprite. Open your sprite as well. You'll be switching between the two files A LOT.

Now go to your sprite file and make a new frame. (Obviously you'll have to play around to find out where all of this stuff is, so if this process takes a long time, don't get frustrated. Your first one probably won't be too good.)
This new frame is your second frame, but we're going to make it your first. Go to your parts page and copy paste each part onto different layers of your sprite page. Make the things furthest in the back sooner in the alphabet in the layers. Switch between the two frames to try to make an exact lookalike -- the only difference is that the second frame will be in a bunch of layers. (most of my sprites have 7 -- Head, Body, 2 Legs, 2 Arms, and a tail. Greninja had 9)
Now that you have an exact copy, delete the original sprite frame, so know you only have the frame that has the layers.
Now you have your first frame. 
By now, it is about the time where you should have a plan on how you want the sprite to move. 
The animation will normally be about 10-15 frames going from it's basic sprite pose, to doing it's animation, to going back to normal.
Now make a new frame and use the rotation tool on each of the body parts you want to move. For the most part, the feet won't move from their position, so don't move those unless you want the sprite to jump or something. (If you do want to do that, don't do it yet though, we'll get to that)
When rotating the parts, be sure to rotate them little enough so that you can go through your plan in 10-15 steps. (You can press left and right arrows to switch between frames quickly for reference.)
When you get your frame to look good, then make another frame. 
Repeat those steps until you're done with that frame. 
Keep making frames until you have your sprite move back into the Neutral position.
Save the file as a png file "PokemonName1"and it will automatically save all of the frames as separate files in order by frame number. (So mine was Greninja1-Greninja12)
Now for a beginner, you could be done here. The animation should look good and you should and you should skip to the uploading section of the guide.
If you're feeling pretty ballsy and you think you've got it down. You could make a special animation!

If you're pretty familiar with Pokemon Black and White, you probably know that after like 4 or 5 repetitions of the the normal animation (The one you just made) they do what is called a special animation. This one only repeats once and is normally a little more exciting than the normal animation.
If you want to make this, delete all of the frames on ASEprite you just made except for the the first one. 
Just make the animation in the same way you made the basic one, but make it more exciting.
After you finish making this one (It should be about 10 frames again) 
Save it as a png file called "PokemonNameSpecial1" 
Now you made the regular animation and the special one. Now you have to uploade it.

Go to…
On number 1, click Leave Original Sizes
On Number 2, click 100ms
On Number 3, click add, and select all of the file by clicking the first basic frame and holding shift while going through all of them with the down arrow. Click upload. Now do that about 3 or 4 more times. After that, upload the special animation once. Go to the bottom and click submit. Now Save that file and upload it to whatever you want.
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