Downloading Sprites


#1

Is there a way to download sprite images or for them to carry over from one puzzle to the next?


#2

You could Share the project which puts it in your projects list at https://studio.code.org/projects#/ Then, you could remix that project and delete the code. That wouldn’t let you use two original sprites from different projects, but if you have a fun sprite you made, you could carry it over that way.


#3

I would like to know the answer to this too. My student spent hours making her own sprites in Unit 3, Lesson 6, Puzzles 15-18 and wanted to use them again; however, on Puzzle 19 they are not there. How can she use the same sprites again and again?


#4

Students do spend a lot of time drawing! I’m not sure that it is possible to export the drawings. I think remixing the current project and deleting the code is the only way.

Edit:
Yes, there is currently no way to do this beside the workaround mentioned above. Apparently this is on the list of improvements that will come to the animation tab.


#5

There is a download button now in the animation tab. It will download a sprite to the computer, but when I have tried to upload it, it says it does not like the piskel files. When I download it as a zip file, and then unzip it, it is a Png file but it is too large. I can shrink it down under 100kb and it would likely work, but my students on chromebooks can’t unzip the files to get the png. Anyone have ideas?


#6

Hi,

I wish I had an answer for you. Please write to support@code.org describing this issue and someone will be able to help.

Karen