Write custom GLSL code that modifies the look of your sprite.
You can use the
shader property of a sprite node to change the appearance of a texture with a custom OpenGL ES fragment shader embedded within a
SKShader object. Custom shaders offer almost limitless possibilities, from adding blurs and color treatments to textures to generating imagery such as random noise.
The following code shows a small custom shader which inverts the color of a texture while leaving the alpha or transparency unaffected:
The following figure illustrates the effect of the shader. The original image, on the left, has its colors inverted by the shader: