Ominous Overlays to add mood, dread, despair, dusk, doom, and eldritch delight to your gaming setting. Intense weather and fantasy happenstance! Rain, snow, fog, hail, rain of fire, rain of blood, peasouper, poison, blue electric, and blood red fire magic, night and bright light mood lighting, heatwave, swamp gas, dust storm, acid cloud, fire storm, fire tornado, lighning tornado, twister with cow, electric storm, smoke, ash, and black birds all available in this set to be added to your game. Non-animated weather mood add-ons for your maps. Add lighting, shadows, and energetic cyclones. Some cover the whole map and others are independent elements which you can add to a select area of the map without edges showing. Clouds of poison gas, etc. Those could be used for a trap going off.
Square elements are sized to fit a 20x20 gameboard at 140x140 pixel squares but can be sized up and down to cover any square battlemap. These are full coverage map enhancements in transparent PNG files, which can be added in the Roll20 app over any square battlemap, or opened in a raster image editing program and added on a new layer.
The rain and snow elements stand out best over dark maps, or, put the night vignette on, and then add the rain on top.
Other elements are stand-alone happenings and do not cover entire battlemaps, such as the cyclone / twister / tornado elements which can be sized as you see fit. They are not designed to cover an entire map, but to create mood in as many squares as you see fit. They can be downsized to cover single squares for a magic caster, or sized over several squares to show an area of effect, such as a poison gas cloud or irradiated heat wave. Stack as many as you would like for an energetic new mood.
Experiment with layer blend modes and stack as many as you would like! Fun options include screen, multiply, overlay, and hard light. They will open in all raster image editing programs. Options for this use include Photoshop, Clip Studio Paint, and the free options Gimp and Photopea, and many more. As long as it can open a transparent PNG you're in map editing business.
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