I've cut out some doors. She's mad, I hear you cry! Well, that's probably true, but I think they might come in handy for a game. I might get around to doing the windows at some point... watch this space.
Great for an adventure, point and click game. A mine explorer's helmet and a 900 lumen torch. I made these for a game that I'll never finish.
I tend to get excited about new projects and then when I can't make things work perfectly, the way I want them to, I get frustrated and give up. It is a lot of fun thinking up ideas and getting into all the details but then problems start to arise! I'm talking about the crazy maze of point and click game creation. I bought Adventure Maker... it does help to make things simple, up to a point. But then I started trying to understand the complexities of Vb Script, and the massive complexities of making a large game... my brain started to ache and I gave up. So maybe someone else can put these PNG files to good use. The game I was making was set in a Welsh slate quarry, with lots of underground adventures. Another game was going to be a creepy mystery set in a Gothic mansion on a fictional moor, loaded with ghosts... another attempt failed! I made a fab newspaper for that one, shame there's no point me offering that up to the site because it's only relevant to my story.
Watch out for that crumbling edge! I photographed the sign up in a Welsh quarry then stuck it on the pole in Photoshop. Funny looking figure... I have to stress, I did not draw it :) Anyhow, it might be handy for game creation or graphic design. It's only small I'm afraid but fine to stick in a picture. This is how I used it in my game:
Photos of street furniture. Handy for game makers or even maybe graphic designers. I've spent a little time cutting them out. Litter bin, night safe and a grungy 'No Parking sign.
Here are some cool signs that might come in handy for game creation, animation or model railway etc.