It seems ages since I have worked on one of my own projects - and anything scifi or 3d. All of the projects I’m involved in at the moment a bit on the dull side - but at least they pay! I’m clearing lots of stuff from my hard drive as one of the projects I’m working on involves creating lots of content including video. Thankfully, I’m able to push stuff out to cloud storage (thanks, Microsoft for 100GB of free OneDrive!)
Sifting through I found a coloured version of my Warning Signs template - no idea what I did it for and have no recollection of ever using it… It looked pretty cool though, so I spent an hour or two applying the styles to the other Warning Sign templates. I suspect these will be more popular than the original, as these colours blend into more environments than my originals, which have a very strong identity of their own.
You can find the original in my Resources Gallery here: garryts.deviantart.com/art/Sci…
Base colours always
Groups & Layers
I have updated all of the layers and colour-coded them. To minimise the file sizes, wherever possible I have removed most of the rasterised layers and left the original PS Shape layer - this also allows you to easily change the colours. However, occasionally you will find the original shape layer missing - this is where I forgot to duplicate the Shape layer before rasterising or merging the layer.
The available layers are:
Warning Triangle Base Layers
ID Holders Only
Masks (alpha masks for clean and damaged)
A word about fonts
I have adjusted these templates so that the text layers use Arial Black, as both Windows and Mac machines should have this font as standard. The signs look more effective with any of the following fonts available from dafont www.dafont.com/fr/theme.php?ca…
The PS Brushes used to create the Dirt and Scratches layers include, but are not limited to:
Scratches by Katrina Rempel
Grunge Notion by Blazter
GrungeBrushes3 by KeReN-R
For the Biohazard sign I used Hazard Brushes 1 by AscendedArts
Have a ball- do whatever you want with it!
No restrictions beyond checking those of the font you use.
Whatever you do with the template, I would love to see it - I had loads of fun making images with it and I hope you do to!