Stellar Sprites (Version 1.3 – Includes Full Source)
Real-time procedural sprites
Stellar Sprites is a dynamic and powerful sprite generator. It’s extremely easy to use resulting in countless unique sprites.
Do you need space sprites? Whether you are creating a Space Shooter, Adventure, RPG, Trader or any other type of genre, Stellar Sprites has you covered. Drag a prefab of a ship to your editor window and everytime you run your game, that ship, planet or whatever it is, will be brand new. If you find something you really like, save its seed or click the Save to File button and use it later. Stellar Sprites can also just be used to generate sprite files (.png) and you can fine tune them to meet your needs.
:: Unlimited Ships
:: Unlimited Planets
:: Unlimited Moons
:: Unlimited Asteroids
:: Unlimited Suns
:: Unlimited Stations
:: Unlimited Backgrounds
:: Unlimited Starfields
:: Unlimited Black Holes
:: Unlimited Nebula Clouds
Any sprite can be saved to a file if you want to add your own polish to it. Everything you need is provided to get you started.
Asset version: 1.2
Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD is not an especially good Future album, not when you compare it to works like 56 Nights, Monster, or DS2. It’s bloated at 20 songs, with half-finished or half-baked concepts that have moments of intrigue but never take the full plunge into the codeine-swirling world in which Future’s genius has typically thrived. That might be because he’s quit Lean now (congratulations Nayvadius!), but it also might be because this release satisfies the last of the seven albums he’s been contracted for with his label. It might be because he’s made so much money that he’s finally graduated to the kinds of capitalistic problems that artists like Jay Z endure in their creative lulls. All of the makings of a classic Future album are there – poignant bars about tragedy and loss, creative brags about his wealth, inventive flows and beats, a palpable ambivalence about the violence he has caused and endured – but there’s also evidence that maybe the half-decade run of putting out four of five genre-expanding releases every year has left him without the desire to reinvent himself, and hip hop, along the way.
As a Future stan, I refuse to believe that he can’t do that; he has more creative ingenuity than pretty much any other contemporary mainstream artist (save, maybe, Young Thug). What The WIZRD makes clear however (and really the last two or three projects as well) is that Future might be tired of creating new modes of survival through his artistry. Either that or his overcoming lean addiction and a decade-plus of musical output have helped him reach a point where his drug-fueled artistry is no longer the sole means of his survival. Instead, The WIZRD is Future’s opportunity to reflect from a distance afforded him by his obscene wealth, creative success, and relative sobriety.