Hi! I want to share an Aseprite script I did to export big animations to Pulp. It doesn’t do all the work, but it’s a huge help.
You’ll be able to go from this:
First of all download the script:
ExportPulpAnimation.zip (1.3 KB)
Uncompress it and copy it to the Aseprite Script Folder. Here there is a detailed way to do it:
Open your Aseprite file and select File > Scripts > ExportPulpAnimation
Before exporting make sure to be using RGB Color Mode in your document.
You have to specify the directory and the folder name where the tiles will be exported to. It is important that you click to select the directory, otherwise it won’t work. The “File name” will be the folder name, not the prefix of any file. Select your FPS and the Pulp layer you want to export the tiles to.
Press “Export” and let it work. The new folder will be like this:
Now an IMPORTANT part. Select all the files and compress them into a new .zip. You CANNOT compress the folder, it won’t work when importing. There is a reason why it's better to import a zip file instead of all individual files: sometimes they are imported in a wrong order, making it more difficult to place them in Pulp. I didn’t see that error/bug when importing a zip.
Now just go to Pulp and import the zip file. You’ll have to place it in your room by hand but is pretty fast just clicking to draw and pressing the right arrow to select the next tile.
And that's all! Hope it helps everyone making big animations And if you find any bug or problem let me know.