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SMAS SMB1 Airship Tileset By: SuperSledgeBro
Airship tileset in SMAS SMB1 style, based on the airship theme from Super Mario Maker! This sheet aims to accurately depict how the airships would have looked like if they were actually there in SMB1 and ported to All-Stars. Since most graphics in SMB1 were redrawn from scratch for SMAS, I thought it would make sense to give the same treatment to the tiles from Mario Maker. The sheet goes beyond and also includes a lot of original tiles, alternate designs and custom palettes!
Type Info
Format Tilesets Backgrounds broken into a set of tiles.
Contents Original Sprites that are made completely from scratch.

Update History
05/09/21  Darkened colors, simplified some details and added tank wheels.
03/23/21  Refined a lot of details and changed the palettes and organization.

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[O] Created: Aug 10 2019, 12:24 AM
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BM44
Aug 10 2019, 9:30 PM
Wow, nice sheet! A lot of details too!
 
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DamariomanII
Aug 10 2019, 9:33 PM
Absolutely Beautiful! Stunning in every way! Fantastic work, mate!
 
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LeanneTM
Aug 10 2019, 9:59 PM
love it, congrats :D
 
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murphmario
Aug 11 2019, 5:44 AM
As said above, I love this! Might port it into SMBX.

BTW some of the BG objects remind me of Sonic. Was that intentional?
 
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Evan.F
Aug 11 2019, 7:20 AM
I can't wait to use them! they look amazing!
 
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zacmario
Aug 11 2019, 5:24 PM
It looks like it belongs in the original. I did sniff a little sonic in there too, but that could be because of the mechanical nature of the sheet.
 
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Cheeyev
Aug 11 2019, 5:52 PM
I was working on a 16-bit version of the tileset for something I'm working on, but you went above and beyond with this and really improved on the tileset to make it look like something that would actually be in the game. Great job!
 
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SuperSledgeBro
Aug 12 2019, 12:09 AM
Quote (murphmario on Aug 11 2019, 5:44 AM)

BTW some of the BG objects remind me of Sonic. Was that intentional?

If you're referring to the propellers, then yes, kinda. I thought of Flying Battery Zone.
 
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JumperK
Aug 15 2019, 12:25 PM
Really nice!
Keep up the good work, SuperSledgeBro.
 
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Q-Nova
Sep 9 2019, 7:48 PM
Whoa... just, whoa. This looks fantastic! I like how there's so much stuff in here!
 
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Asleep GX
Dec 17 2020, 7:48 PM
¡Wow! ¡is just Amazing! If you'll excuse me, I'll take them for my game and I'll leave you credits
 
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Bstudios
May 14 2021, 5:04 PM
I've noticed you've been updating these old sheets a lot. I must say they're so much more organized. My only complaint is that in the BGO Section, the sprites for the Smaller Propellers should probably organized to the Large Propeller. As animating them as they are leaves them rather jittery. But even then I just fix that by grabbing them in an image editing program and flipping them so that they animate smoother in "Tiled", the program I used.

Nice work on the sprites over-all. I'm digging the new palettes and organization you adopted for these.
 
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SuperSledgeBro
May 15 2021, 9:51 PM
Quote (Bstudios on May 14 2021, 5:04 PM)
the sprites for the Smaller Propellers should probably organized to the Large Propeller. As animating them as they are leaves them rather jittery. But even then I just fix that by grabbing them in an image editing program and flipping them so that they animate smoother in "Tiled", the program I used.

Sorry if it wasn't clear... The small propellers are supposed to be mirrored horizontally after 3 frames have played and loop.
 
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Bstudios
May 20 2021, 3:29 PM
Quote (SuperSledgeBro on May 15 2021, 3:51 PM)
Sorry if it wasn't clear... The small propellers are supposed to be mirrored horizontally after 3 frames have played and loop.

Unfortunately the tiling program I use doesn't support animation maneuvers like that. Which means I'll have to do it in engine instead. Thank you, nonetheless.
 
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