This is much easier than typing in the sprites by hand, just draw them with paint zoomed in (or another graphic editor of your choice) and save the file. Run Bitmap To ASm2 and voila!! instant binary sprite data, also out puts length in bits or bytes (your choice) in case you need or want that.
"No nonsense", easy to use, small, and fast
I do have a few complaints though (but they are rather minor, and do not detract from my love of this program)
1.) There is no capability to browse for your input file, sure it doesn't matter if you keep all of your pics in the same folder, but is inconvenient for those who have their pics scattered across several folders and/or sub folders.
2.) There should be an option to predefine the dimensions of the sprite you are converting as to get rid of extra, unneeded bytes containing %00000000.
Don't get me wrong, it's still great, it just has a few shortcomings.
Anyone who does ASM programming with lots of sprites should download this.