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Gravit designer for making sprites?

Discussion in '2D' started by Strangler, Feb 13, 2018 at 6:30 PM.

  1. Strangler

    Strangler

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    So I've been seeing many tutorials on YouTube about game designs and Gravit Designer seemed good for me for making sprites for UI and stuff I want. I am working on 2D game for Android and I don't want the game to appear pixelated........ What software do you use for making your sprites? Is Gravit Designer really suitable for making sprites? I am fairly new to this :>.
    And although I downloaded unity long time ago, this is my first ever post xD.

    Thank you :>
     
  2. methos5k

    methos5k

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    I don't know anything about "gravit designer", but as far as I know (and/or can imagine), any graphic program you can use is good/okay for Unity.

    Sometimes you need to choose the right settings in Unity, but that is a different topic.
     
  3. Strangler

    Strangler

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    Hmm. I was earlier going for Adobe Illustrator, but it seemed it would take some time to learn that. Not that I don't have time, but Gravit Designer seemed good to me since that was the type of game I was going for. Anyways, thanks!
     
  4. methos5k

    methos5k

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    Sure, I mean... maybe just make 1 or 2 small assets & put them in Unity and see for yourself ;)

    Anyways, good luck.. have fun! =)
     
  5. Strangler

    Strangler

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    Ok, I will do that. Thank you :)