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Random Icons for Sponsors

Discussion in 'CivBE - 2D Art' started by Artisanix, Nov 22, 2014.

  1. Artisanix

    Artisanix Chieftain

    Oct 6, 2013
    Random icons for sponsors for Civilization: Beyond Earth game
    created by Artisanix 2014/11/23

    Free resource for use in CBE mods.

    "icons_atlas" folder
    - contains 32 icons in one Atlas,
    - recommended for use if you want to make a mod with many sponsors with these icons,
    - the numbers on image are for reference and are not visible in game, you use them in the code,
    and they are the same as file names for separate icons in "icons_single" folder.

    "icons_single" folder
    - contains all 32 icons as separate files,
    - recommended for use if you want to make a mod with one or just a few sponsors with these icons.

    "xml_sql_code" folder
    - contains the code in xml and sql format for the icons,
    use either xml or sql file (in other words the format you are more comfortable with)
    - in case of using all icons in one Atlas file, it should be enough to use the code from
    IconsAtlasAll files without any changes,
    - if you want to use separate icons however, you need to change the code in IconsAtlasSingle files
    to point to proper dds files, and to differentiate sponsor's name.

    Attached Files:

  2. Lord Shadow

    Lord Shadow General

    Oct 14, 2005
    Buenos Aires
    These are actually pretty good! Great job! :goodjob:
  3. roadmaster

    roadmaster Chieftain

    Apr 28, 2015

    Your File Link points to attachment.php which opens up in binary format in my VS2010

    *Edit* Ahhh if I rename attachment.php to .zip then it extracts fine. Just curious whats up with that?

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