An overlay for Counter Strike: Global Offensive has been quite heavily in demand for as long as TwitchOverlay has been around, so here it is. As is becoming the house-style, I went with a more simplistic look, and something that blends in more with the in-game interface. The overlay has been tested in a couple […]
04.07.14 Bombsite C – A CS:GO Overlay
This time created a set of twitch headings that are the opposite of simple. Subtle indentations and metallics finishes throughout each.
30.05.14 Not So Friendly – A DayZ Overlay
Time for some survivalism! This DayZ overlay brings a real rough edge to your stream, with some grungy splatters and strokes. It features a top-right placed webcam, in order to not interfere too much. Users can overlay some text in the box below the facecam, be it a username or twitter handle. It’s up to […]
30.05.14 Simple Headings for Twitch Profiles
I noticed a lot of very decorated and fancy-looking section headings on profiles around Twitch, but I thought perhaps there might be people out there who wanted fairly simply, minimal headings for their profile pages, so I created this set.
Pretty nice little Nirvana reference there, right? I created a Hearthstone overlay for all you Stoners out there. Fairly simple, you can place your webcam under the card in the top right, and then use the banner as a chatbox, or a social links box. Your choice!
29.05.14 Blank/Empty Heartstone Card Kit
I was working on a Hearthstone overlay, and thought I’d share a few resources I’d tinkered with incase anyone out there with some Photoshop savvy wanted to play around and create their own Hearthstone card. Included in the pack is both the blank card, and the font used on the title of cards. Be sure […]
28.05.14 Sharp – A Battlefield 4 Overlay
This was something I was working on, but couldn’t quite work out what to do with. It’s got some razor sharp angles (hence the name), and could be used across a range of FPS games, although I created it with Battlefield 4 streamers in mind. It features a space for a chatbox, as well as webcam, […]
28.05.14 Camo – A Call of Duty Overlay
Our first ever free offering to you guys is a Call of Duty overlay for your streams. Camo is a sleek, minimal stream overlay with space for users to write their screen name and twitter username. It’s called Camo because it’s styled on the Ghost interfaces, for real covert integration with your game session.