KeterVik2018-04-14 19:03:48
KeterVik, 2018-04-14 19:03:48

16x16 and 32x32. What is the difference?

Due to my laziness and inability to draw good graphics for my games, I am looking for it on the net. Now I came across some distributors - YYxYY pixel graphics, often 16x16. As I understand it, this is the maximum resolution of one object, but most likely I misunderstood and ask you to explain to me. Also, what happens if you cram some piece of 16x16 graphics next to 32x32? Beauty may be lost. Well, so that I understand with an example, tell me, is it 16x16 or 32x32? How is it generally defined? For on all resources with free graphics for games they give little such information, and if they do, I don’t know what it means at all.

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GavriKos, 2018-04-14

It's not a maximum, it's just the size of the object in pixels. You can cram next to anything else - if your visual style and taste allows it.

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