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By | April 9, 2022

So We’ve All Seen Our Favorite Streamers In Warzone Running These Overlays On Top Of Their Health Bars You Know The Cool Designs They Show You How Much Shield You Have How Much Health You Have Maybe The Name Looks Cool Maybe There’s Some Animation Going On You Guys Know What I’m Talking About Well I Got To Thinking And I Was Like Dang You Know What It Would Be Cool If I Could Make One Of These Well I Did And Then I Thought It Would Be Cool If I Could Make

One of these, so I’m going to teach you guys front to back how to build these templates and how to use Illustrator, Photoshop, and After Effects in this three-part series. To Incorporate It Into Your Stream Now Let’s Get It Homies We’re Going To Be Creating A Template In Illustrator What You Want To Do Is Create A New 2560×1440 This Will Give Us The 16×9 Resolution We’re Looking For Another Common 16×9 Resolution Is 1920×1080 Which Just So Happens To Be What The Majority Of Warzone Players Are Using. Play On Make Sure You’re Set To 300 Pixels Per Inch And, Most Importantly, Make Sure Your Landscape Mode Is On Click Create What You Want To Do Next Is Drag In Your Warzone Background We’re Going To Take This To The Edge Right Here You’ll See It Highlights In Pink Over Here When I Touch It, It Highlights In Pink, Which Means It's On The Edge Zoom Out Hold Left Shift And Then Left Click, Which Will Drop The Vertical And Horizontal Sizing Down At Equal Rates, Locking The Aspect Ratio Once You've Got It Centered To The Edges Go Up Here To Your Align Tab Align Objects Align Vertical And Horizontal Vertical And Horizontal Vertical And Horizontal I Just Said Those Completely Backward Sorry, once we've got our background down here's where we'll be working I like to take a rectangle tool Boom just sketch me out a rectangle cut, the stroke on transparent we don't need a stroke we'll deal with that in Photoshop Take This Box Drop The Opacity Down So That We Can See What We're Working With Now Right Here You'll Notice You've Got Your

I'm not sure, I don't personally care about them unless someone asks me to, so I'll take this box and drag it down, covering half of those up as well on your shield, sometimes by request I'll take it out further because you will have a number that tells you how many shields you have One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Doesn't Matter For The Sake Of This Video I'm

Because I don't have a shield in this screenshot, I won't know where to put that box on the top edge. I'll take it right to where the game sets it. I like to add rounded edges to my boxes, so I'll add a little round edge to it. Right there, it just looks a lot cleaner to me, and as you can see, the corner of the game overlay is a little different. We Need To Be Able To See The Health Bars Or The Shield Bars Here The Health, Bar The Money And The Shield We're Not Necessarily Concerned About This This Is A Keybind Button So I'll Take This We've Got All Of This Space I'll Take This And Drag It Over Now Our Whole Box If We Were To Bring The Opacity Back Up Our Whole Box Is Covered This Whole Area Right Here In The Top Corner Of This Shield Bar And We're Just Going To Drag It Like That Now A Little Trick Left Alt Left Click Drag, That Will Duplicate That Layer So This Is The Exact Same Size Box As That It Is A Literal Identical Duplicate We'll Drag This Over And Again Line It Up To The Blue

So Now That We Have Our Three Shield Boxes, I'm Going To Alt Left Click Again And Drag This Down To The Health Bar Line It Up To The Left Edge Right About Here It Doesn't Have To Be Exact And Then We're Going To Drag The Right Edge All The Way Out Now I Generally, Like To Get My Left Edge Equal To This Side And My Right Edge Equal To This Side So That's Our Bars Set For Our Health And

Is this Numerical Digit 2? Is this Numerical Digit 3? So We Know That Whether We Have 300 Or Thirty Thousand Dollars If We Make Our Box This Wide It Will Show It I Will Actually Take This Last Box And Slide It Out Two Pixels Just To Give It A Little Bit Of Wiggle Room There Then You Can Delete These First Four Boxes and Drag The Left Box Out. I’ll actually take this box and turn it around from the edge of this back to the edge of the 300.

Now we need to work on our shield again Rectangle, take it to the bottom of the shield over here top of the shield over here drop the opacity down so that

You can see what’s beneath it, and you can see what you’re working with, so you want to leave yourself some room. Free Wiggle Room There Now You're Probably Wondering If I Cut The Opacity Up That's A Box That Doesn't Even Fit The Shield So Let's Trim It Out Drop The Opacity Down So You Can See What's Going On Make Yourself Another Rectangle We're Going, To Be Using This Rectangle To Cut Out From The Rectangle We Just Made Drag This So That It Fit

The Other Side This Will Cover The Top Edge Now We Want To Get The Bottom Edge I'm Not Sure If You Can See It But It Has A Little Bit Of Roundness To It I Like To Take The Ellipse Tool And Just Kind Of Round It Make it fit however it appears to fit best right here. We’ll drag this out so that it also hits both corners of the design. Now go to your Direct Selection Tool up here in the top left corner. Hold Shift Left Click To Direct Select The Box As Well As Go Up Here Is A Direct Select Hotkey

To Pathfinder And Minus Front This Will Literally Cut That Ellipse Let Me Increase The Opacity A Little Bit So You Can See This Will Cut That Ellipse From That Shield And You Can See We Have A Clean Edge That Just Got Cut Down Click your Corner Box Left Shift Left Click Your Shield Box Minus Front Click Your Corner Box Left Shift Left Click Your Shield Box Minus Front Click Your Shield Box Minus Front Click Your Shield Box Minus Front Click Your Shield Box Minus Front Click Your Shield Box Minus Front Click Your Shield Box Minus Front Click Your Shield Box Minus Front Click Your Shield Box Minus Front Click Your Shi Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click Minus Front Click Shift Left Click

We're going to actually take the Fill and go no fill, then click Transparency in the Fill, then click, Your Stroke, Add A Black Stroke, and we're going to take down to half a pixel again a line vertical horizontal if you can see right here that gives us a tiny tiny outline Now the reason for this is that we want a tiny tiny outline.

This Is Good, Let Me Delete This Background Quickly We’ve Got This Tiny Outline So, I’m Going To Alt Left-click And Just Duplicate This Just To Show You Guys What It Looks Like Off Of That You Can See This Small Outline If I Were To Take Another Object I Could Easily Align These Two Outlines Here Instead Of Trying To Align That One Small Tag I Could Align These Two Outlines Perfectly And Then I Would Know That My Tag Is Aligne Put it back in the same folder and make sure everything is organized because this is going to be a long post. Next two episodes, save it as a template base and export it as a png using this menu. Make sure your resolution is 300 pixels wide. Ppi And You Shouldn’t Have To Touch Anything Else, But If Your Background Color Is Selected, Make Sure It’s Transparent Click Ok Image Is Saved Yo You Guys Like This Video? Hit That Like Button Let Me Know In The Comments What You Thought About It If You Liked Me, Feel Free To Subscribe We’ll Be Back Next Episode In Photoshop So That We Can Get Some, Customization Added To This Overlay Huge Vibes To You Guys And Peace Out Homies Hit That Subscribe ButtonWe’re Not Designing Thumbnails We’ll Be,