bwwd Posted January 7, 2015 Author Report Share Posted January 7, 2015 Im just importing bodypart as skin and then draw bone over it and assign it to this bone, then i click twice on skin and i manually adjust all points to fit bodypart, its best to split bodypart on every joint than keep it as one picture, maybe tail is exception, i would like to assign multiple bones to skin so tail would deform easily, it ttakes a bit of time to animate points yourself but not that bad.Currently you can assign only 2 bones to one skin and even then your skin needs to lay perfectly flat horizontally, if its angled a bit then you wont be able to assign second bone properly so i just stick to one bone and deform everything myself later.Kinda like with regular sprites bodyparts. Im using nearest neighbour on raphael animation i posted in other topic.I used smooth sampling on mack the knife from captain commando.I think it doesnt look blurry that much but would be great to have new algorithm from that topic http://brashmonkey.com/forum/index.php?/topic/3394-great-algorithm-for-rotating-pixel-art-sprites/ Problems with tearing you mean ugly nearest neighbour artifacts, it happens when you rotate stuff, if you move it up/down /left/right then its fine.You can clean up animations removing pixels by hand later, dont expect output straight from spriter to be perfect and ready to use in game, you have to remove some pixels here and there when not using smooth sampling. I dont really need much more in spriter besides "enabling" us to control more stuff, most of the things i wanted is already there and deformation works great. I like it much more than spine deformation because its already subdivided. I posted in feature suggestions what bugged me the most when working on animations in spine.Its mostly simple functionality stuff that made the work longer like going back to keyframe after you play and stop animation.I think there should be play/stop and it should stop on keyframe you was working on before hitting pla button , there could also be play/pauyse and it would pause on currently played frame.Thats most intuitive way i can think, i know pressing 1/2 is not a big deal but there were times when i created keyframes in bad places and had to go back a lot and start over.Simply because hitting 4 didnt go back to keyframe i was working on. ruberboy 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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