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SF1 Ryu and Joe Sprite Sheets. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter! (Read 2429 times)

Started by SiL3Nt J, August 17, 2017, 08:57:40 pm
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SF1 Ryu and Joe Sprite Sheets. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter!
New #1  August 17, 2017, 08:57:40 pm
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Update: 12/7/2017



Credits:

The Shirt Ninja - For ripping the Ryu sprites that I used as a base
Yawackhary - For the SF1 Ryu sprite sheet that I used for reference
Fighters Generation - Borrowed a couple of sprites from his site too
The Fox Mage - Borrowed some of the Ken sprites that he ripped to make a few animations
Croix - Borrowed some of his Akuma sprites too when I wasn't able to find some of the poses for Ryu
The Spriter's Resource - For the SFA3 portraits
Enso - For helping me with some of the re-coloring for the Akuma sprites

and of course Capcom for making the original sprites and for creating the characters


Thank you all for the views and feedback. It is greatly appreciated. Btw if anyone wants to edit it, feel free. Just please mention my name if you do.
Last Edit: December 07, 2017, 08:12:39 pm by SiL3Nt J
Re: Ryu SF1 Sprite Sheet, SF Alpha Style. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter!
#2  September 06, 2017, 06:18:27 pm
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Had to break it into two pieces:





Credits:

The Shirt Ninja - For ripping the Ryu sprites that I used as a base
Yawackhary - For the SF1 Ryu sprite sheet that I used for reference
Fighters Generation - Borrowed a couple of sprites from his site too
The Fox Mage - Borrowed some of the Ken sprites that he ripped to make a few animations
Croix - Borrowed some of his Akuma sprites too when I wasn't able to find some of the poses for Ryu
The Spriter's Resource - For the SFA3 portraits
Enso - For helping me with some of the re-coloring for the Akuma sprites

and of course Capcom for making the original sprites and for creating the characters


Thank you all for the views and feedback. It is greatly appreciated. Btw if anyone wants to edit it, feel free. Just please mention my name if you do.

Which one of them is the Stance?
Re: Ryu SF1 Sprite Sheet, SF Alpha Style. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter!
#3  September 06, 2017, 06:44:36 pm
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Only the first frame in the first row in the first picture.
Re: Ryu SF1 Sprite Sheet, SF Alpha Style. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter!
#4  September 11, 2017, 02:46:13 am
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yeah I couldn't decide how to make the stance look so I just left him still. I mean why not, Guy and Strider stand still and so did all of the characters in SF1. Just thought he would look awkward bouncing up and down on the balls of his feet. Only thing I could think of that might work would be having him "breathe" like CvS Evil Ryu.
Re: Ryu SF1 Sprite Sheet, SF Alpha Style. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter!
#5  September 11, 2017, 03:08:05 am
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I mean why not, Guy and Strider stand still and so did all of the characters in SF1.

While Guy and Hiryu are technically standing still, there are subtle (secondary) animations going on with each one that makes up for their lack of-uhh- lets just say a lack of a bouncy, more livelier animation:





As you can see with Hiryu, his hair and scarf move with the wind. If you look closer, you can see the shading of the chest change slightly (its moving slightly up) to give the effect of subtle breathing. The arm that is touching the sword also slightly moves if one looks closer. As for Guy, you can observe the same slight change in chest shading, as well as subtle arm/hand movements, and a sub-pixellation effect going on in the pants and upper body. This all gives it more life and makes it animate while sticking with the core idea of the characters (silent and strategic ninjas).

SF1 on the other hand, didn't have any of that going on. All stances were just one still frame. To compare Guy and Hiryu's idles to SF1 character idles would be wrong because the former actually have more than one frame. Its just the way that they were made makes it look "still".
Re: Ryu SF1 Sprite Sheet, SF Alpha Style. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter!
#6  September 11, 2017, 06:26:47 am
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hmm, well I think if someone else wants to take a shot at it they should. I will probably just leave it alone though cuz I don't want to mess it up
Re: Ryu SF1 Sprite Sheet, SF Alpha Style. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter!
#7  September 11, 2017, 06:37:04 am
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I'll be honest. i'm not a good artist by any means, but even i can tell you this much. If you actually want to improve or do something worthwhile, you need to fail. It is kinda mandatory. Will it suck? Probably, but that's ok. Its constructive to fail, so that we see our shortcomings and have a better understanding of our capabilities. honstly i'd say give it a shot
Re: Ryu SF1 Sprite Sheet, SF Alpha Style. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter!
#8  September 11, 2017, 11:01:43 pm
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Lol ok maybe. Was thinking about maybe having his stomach go in and having his arms go out a little bit and maybe making his chest go up and having his front leg straighten slightly, then at the end he could blink. Maybe something like that.
Re: Ryu SF1 Sprite Sheet, SF Alpha Style. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter!
#9  September 12, 2017, 01:34:27 am
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was playing around with these. I know they probably suck, but whatever. if someone wants to perfect them they can though. top one is just his upper body moving, bottom one has his upper and lower body moving:

Last Edit: September 12, 2017, 03:42:45 am by SiL3Nt J
Re: Ryu SF1 Sprite Sheet, SF Alpha Style. Happy 30th Birthday Street Fighter!
New #10  December 07, 2017, 08:06:49 pm
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And here's Joe:



Special thanks to Shubuster and Dark-Zerox709 for the Deejay and Cody sprites that I used as bases. Couldn't have done it without them.
Last Edit: December 09, 2017, 04:36:33 am by SiL3Nt J