Select, link or paste an image to add convincing FromSoftware text effects and game overlays to it.
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Is something missing?
I tried to be exhaustive, but as there is no comprehensive list of all the different "noun verbeds" online,
I had to go by all I could find from googling around.
If you know of any particular variations I might have missed, shoot me a message, ideally with a screenshot!
Want to contribute?
If you're familiar with HTML canvas and interested in extending the set of available macros (possibly to include more than just FromSoft games),
you are free to contribute through Github, and/or to contact me if you need help or have any questions!
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2023/03/31 • Add generic Dark Souls 3 screenshots 2023/03/26 • Add generic Dark Souls 2 screenshots 2023/03/26 • Add "gradient" effect option to Dark Souls style Noun Verbed layers 2023/03/25 • Add a background option for selected generic game screenshots 2023/03/17 • Make scripts ECMA2020 compatible, hopefully supporting more devices (notably iPhones) 2023/03/14 • Add Dark Souls 2 interact box 2023/03/10 • Add Dark Souls 1 interact box, add some Elden Ring poison colours 2023/01/14 • Add two more Demon's Souls Noun Verbeds 2022/10/16 • Implemented layer system to allow combining macros easily. 2022/10/15 • Added Elden Ring style poison bar presets (WIP) 2022/10/07 • Added Dark Souls style poison bar presets 2022/10/07 • Added Elden Ring style boss health bar presets 2022/08/18 • Upgraded Bloodborne style area names to use actual graphics 2022/08/17 • Added Bloodborne style boss health bar preset 2022/08/17 • Added Sekiro style boss health bar presets, complete Sekiro area name preset 2022/08/16 • Added the brush effect to Sekiro area names 2022/08/16 • Added Dark Souls 2 and 3 style boss health bar presets 2022/08/15 • Added Dark Souls 1 style boss health bar presets 2022/06/26 • Refined Smash Bros. Melee text effect, added 2 missing Sekiro presets 2022/06/24 • Added Super Smash Bros. Melee preset 2022/06/20 • Drew much cuter tab icons, improved the manual positioning feature 2022/06/18 • (Finally) added some Demon's Souls macros: two "noun verbeds" and two deaths 2022/06/17 • Added a prototype "nub" that can be dragged to change the overlay position 2022/06/17 • Added a few missing DS2/DS3 presets, slightly change mobile layout 2022/06/15 • Added "chromatic aberration" image filter
About font families
The app uses several typefaces to match or emulate those used in the different games.
For the Dark Souls games, the app uses Adobe Garamond,
which may be used on webpages for free through Adobe.
The actual font FromSoftware used for these games is unclear,
but Adobe Garamond matches it very closely, in particular for Dark Souls III.
Starting with Dark Souls II, the "YOU DIED" text uses a notched/weathered variant of the font,
presumably custom made for those specific graphics, not recreated by this app.
For Demon's Souls, the font is closer to Pinnacle JY or ITC Galliard, neither of which I could find a
free-to-use equivalent of, instead using Google font Cormorant Garamond.
The main differences are that the capital "W" is styled differently, and the shape of some lower case letters.
Bloodborne uses the Japanese font Reimin Y10
for all of its UI, including the noun verbed overlays, even in English.
Sadly this font is not available under any free licenses, and for this app it is substituted by several
other fonts that are hopefully available on your devices.
For its decorative Japanese characters, including the iconic 死 pop-up, Sekiro uses
This font is not fully available under a free license, however Adobe offers a subset of it
HOT-GFKaishokk free for web use,
which is why the app does not properly render every character in any of the in-game phrases.
Elden Ring for most of its UI seems to use Agmena,
a font for which I could find no free license.
This font very closely resembles the Dark Souls games' Garamond, except it has more square serifs,
some blockier details, and the capital "Y" is significantly different.
If, hypothetically, you have it installed on your computer, it's available as "Agmena Pro".
This web page is a fan creation, DEMON'S SOULS, DARK SOULS, BLOODBORNE, SEKIRO: SHADOWS DIE TWICE and ELDEN RING
belong to FromSoftware, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Activision Publishing, and other respective owners.
Use of generated graphics
As far as I am concerned all graphics that people make with this tool are free for them to use without need for credit,
there are however two caveats:
• Most fonts used by this app are licensed through Adobe Fonts for web use (see: Font families),
and others may be implicitly licensed through your operating system.
• Some macros may employ extracted game textures.
Graphics generated using either of these are obviously beyond my authority to yield the rights to.
I therefore recommended against using these in commercial products such as games or merchandise.
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