Hey Navet56, always cool to see people working on monster catching games.
We have a similar project, Tuxemon, which is also open source. Feel free to use any of our assets (most of them are under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike licence; a few are under other free and open licences).
Thanks for the review, @kagerato. I'm kind of surprised at myself that I used TAR as I tend to prefer ZIPs myself. Perhaps I was using Linux at the time and TAR was the default?
If someone wanted to redo these as ZIP files, I'd happily add them to the page.
Thanks for looking out for me, Eliza! I used those tags so people checking out the contest would see my contribution, but I don't think it's really fair for me to enter as my work is so closely based on yours.
Thanks ElizaWy! I've adapted your sprites for our open source project, Tuxemon:
Hi folks, here's my contribution.
I'm happy with it as a proof of concept, but I think if it were to ever be used for what it's intended, it would have to be much larger.
I really like that this has a Tamagotchi kind of feel to it.
Great stuff, thank you. It might be worth changing the name from "Khorne Berzerker" to something else, say "Bloodthirsty Berserker", just because Games Workshop has a trademark on "Khorne".
Is there a list somewhere of all the creators who've linked to their Patreon pages? I'd love to have a single page I could go to where I could see all the Patreon creators associated with OpenGameArt.
Thanks for your reply, Shepardskin, it's actually this dragon that I was thinking of: http://i.gjcdn.net/imgserver/screenshot-thumbnail/898x1000/79526.jpg