If you’d like to post your own bezel overlays, whether they’re in ArsInvictus’ style, variations on his posts or your own original creations, just go ahead and create a new topic for them so there’s no confusion as to who is making what and what goes where
Thanks, The Management
I’ve been working on 4K bezel overlays for my own personal setup and recently started sharing them for others to use. I hope folks find them useful and enjoy my work. My style is less focused on realism than the wonderful work done by Orion’s Angel and John Merritt and more about a clean simple, colorful presentation.
I also do enjoy coming up with my own designs for games which had no or limited cabinet graphics when the game originally came out but try to stick to the original look and feel of the games, pulling design themes from advertisements, posters etc as much as possible.
I’ve got a dropbox link set up right now with all the overlays with retroarch.cfg files. If anyone has suggestions for improving how I distribute these, please let me know! I’m also very open to constructive criticism and suggestions to improve my work so please be open with any suggestions as well.
Some of my older work needs to be redone, as I’ve learned as I’ve gone on this. So I will share some of my most recent overlays here.
Here is the dropbox link:
@Briball has posted his configs, which include my own overlay configurations on his google drive here:
The way this works, if you drop my overlays directly into the retroarch overlay directory, and place his configs into your mame config directory, then it will automatically load the overlay for each game and set the right screen coordinates.
I highly recommend using @HyperspaceMadness’s Mega Bezel Shader with this setup, as I don’t include a monitor bezel in the overlays so it looks correct with his shader.