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Narly Sprite

NOTE If you want to live on the bleeding edge of this plugin, I'm currently using github (https://github.com/narlynephi/narly_sprite) for my version control.

Narly Sprite is meant to help you create and edit sprite sheets. Pretty simple.

Narly Sprite requires Gimp 2.8+ because it uses group layers to organize the frames in the sprite.

Features include:

Add/Remove Sprite Sheet Gutter, Padding, and Spacing

Takes a heavily-packed sprite sheet with no padding between sprites/tiles and adds padding or spacing. Can also create a "gutter" around seamless tiles, filling the padding with the tile's edge pixels, preventing seams from appearing when using the tile in a 3D rendering environment due to interpolation.

Can also remove padding/spacing from a sprite sheet.

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Update Version 1.1 (5/17/12):
- Script now supports non-opaque sprites
- Moved scripts to Filters > Sprite Sheets menu

Update Version 1.0:

Sprite Sheet Toolkit

When loading spritesheet, you can enter frame width for non-square tiles.

Layergrid

This Python plugin simply can lay out all layers of an image into a grid (with the grid settings changed to reflect the old image size). And it also does the inverse, creating one layer for each grid cell in the image. This can be useful for things like a sprite sheet or glyph sheet and I didn't find anything similar.

Fuse layers

This script will join together all the layers of an image into a new image.
Useful for creating sprite sheets.

It will appear under Filters -> Combine -> Fuse layers.

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