These 15 Token Frames are designed to dress up your art on the game board, especially if you are using portraits with background images, rather than top-down tokens which are already isolated to be placed on the board. This allows you to create a range of pog-style markers. Many of them would be good for important NPCs, antagonists, or magic using player characters
5 color options for each variation, use to indicate different members of the same faction, for example, while still having a defining feature for your players to remark on. "I attack the blue one. I move toward the yellow one. I fireball the purple one." A simple way to differentiate between antagonists without sourcing wholly individual character art apiece, all with noteworthy differences. Just slap a different frame on your character art and poof, five different individuated people to attack, parlay, and coerce!
Fancy scrollwork frame, fitting for royalty or perhaps a wizard of ostentatious tastes.
Assorted takes on vines, suitable for druids, rangers, assassins.
One simple jeweled flower, good for nobility.
Entwined blades, I imagine this for a fighter perhaps, swashbuckler.
Wooden shield hexagon, good for a warrior.
Round wood with leather straps, excellent for any simpler brute force character faction.
Holy Symbol round with colored triangles, I imagine this suiting a cleric or paladin.
Scaled frame, good for a dragonborn, lizard character, or magic user.
Spiked eldritch monstrocity frame, good for a warlock.
Jester frame, good for a bard, playful roguish type.
Playing card symbols, for a gambler, bard, rogue or just for the flare.
Stone shield, a bit troll like in my mind, a good warrior's frame.
Simple wood 'target', maybe for an archer.
Eldritch bat wing frame, definitely thinking of the magical users here.
These art assets are transparent PNGs at 280x280 pixels (the size of 4 five foot squares). Use for a large monster, or resize for a smaller medium sized being.
They are not drag and drop. You must install them with your own selection of character or monster artworks. In order to use them with your character art, you must open both the character artwork and frame of your choice in a raster image editing program. If you do not have one downloaded, an option is Photopea, which is in browser. Another popular option is Gimp, which is free, and there are several other free basic raster programs which you can use. All you need is layers and the magic wand selector tool.
Make a 280x280 pixel new canvas. Paste the character or monster portrait art you want on the new canvas and resize it to your liking. Copy the frame and paste it on the art. Use the magic wand tool and click inside of the frame. Invert the selection. Switch to the token art layer. Hit delete. Save this as a transparent png, as a new file, not over the frame or the old art, and upload to Roll20. This will count towards your download limit but it is the best way to integrate a frame with artwork.
If you want to use them without upload, you can stack the frame on top of a token, and drag them as one as long as you make sure to use a selection tool first. There might be overlap as they are not all square shaped, but most have fancy edges. This can only be addressed by using the above technique.
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