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greenzyzyzy

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excuse me,who have  free pictures material for game websites?will you tell me?

greenzyzyzy

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forgot to say , 2d game.

Handoko

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Try OpenGameArt:
https://opengameart.org/

If you need 3D objects or images, try Blend Swap:
https://www.blendswap.com/

Most resources posted there are free but you still need to read their license before using it.

Some simple guide:
- CC[something] (except CC0) means attribution is required
- ShareAlike means your project must release under same/similar license
- NoDerivs means you are not allow to modify the resource
- NonCommercial means cannot be used in commercial project
- CC0 means totally free but you may not say you're the creator of it
- Public Domain is similar to CC0

Other worth to mention sites:
https://search.creativecommons.org/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Public_domain_image_resources
https://love2d.org/wiki/Free_Game_Resources
https://www.reinerstilesets.de/graphics/2d-grafiken/2d-humans/
https://cooltext.com/
http://www.publicdomainfiles.com/browse.php?q=all&s=0&o=popular&a=all&m=1
http://texturelib.com/
« Last Edit: August 10, 2020, 08:01:35 am by Handoko »

greenzyzyzy

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thank you very much.

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You can ask Piotr Tekien if you can use some of his images under creative commons.  https://www.piotrtekien.com/portfolio.html
Mention me, that helps.
« Last Edit: August 10, 2020, 11:14:17 am by Thaddy »

greenzyzyzy

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You can ask Piotr Tekien if you can use some of his images under creative commons.  https://www.piotrtekien.com/portfolio.html
Mention me, that helps.

thank you .but Handoko's websites is enough.

greenzyzyzy

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Try OpenGameArt:
https://opengameart.org/

If you need 3D objects or images, try Blend Swap:
https://www.blendswap.com/

Most resources posted there are free but you still need to read their license before using it.

Some simple guide:
- CC[something] (except CC0) means attribution is required
- ShareAlike means your project must release under same/similar license
- NoDerivs means you are not allow to modify the resource
- NonCommercial means cannot be used in commercial project
- CC0 means totally free but you may not say you're the creator of it
- Public Domain is similar to CC0

Other worth to mention sites:
https://search.creativecommons.org/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Public_domain_image_resources
https://love2d.org/wiki/Free_Game_Resources
https://www.reinerstilesets.de/graphics/2d-grafiken/2d-humans/
https://cooltext.com/
http://www.publicdomainfiles.com/browse.php?q=all&s=0&o=popular&a=all&m=1
http://texturelib.com/

i take some time to visit the https://opengameart.org/
indeed it is a lot of pictures.
but i am sorry to say it is much more is nonuseful.
i nearly to give up make games....

Handoko

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What kind of the game do you want to make?

Is it for self learning, prototyping or public release? If you just start learning how to make games, the images and sounds are not very important. But if you want to build games for money, you still need to build the prototype first. Only after you have the running prototype, you then will need the high quality game resources.

Finding high quality game resources isn't too hard. You can visit Patreon or pay $5 on Fiverr to have the professionals to create it for you.

Don't give up easily, friend. Building games is fun. The process is not easy but once you see your idea run on the screen, that is very rewarding.
« Last Edit: August 11, 2020, 07:32:58 am by Handoko »

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What kind of the game you want to make?

Is it for self learning, prototyping or public release? If you just start learning how to make games, the images and sounds are not very important. But if you want to build games for money, you still need to build the prototype first. Only after you have the running prototype, you then will need high quality game resource.

Finding high quality game resources isn't too hard. You can visit Patreon or pay $5 on Fiverr to have the professionals to create it for you.

Don't give up easily, friend. Building games is fun. The process is not easy but once you see your idea run on the screen, that is very rewarding.


Thanks for the encouragement

 

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