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    Angel Barracks


    I made a little holo sign for my Repulsorlift train station and someone asked if I was going to make them commercially available.
    I wasn’t but now I have thought about it, I am…

    So what would you want in a pack of holo signs?

    I will make the Tycho Station one available.
    Also the RDF emblem.
    I think I need a Lawman type sign to go above a sheriffs office..

    any other ideas?



    And of course,  SOYLENT GREEN.


    "Even dry tree bark is not bitter to the hungry squirrel"


    Exit, detour, no entry, closed, all useful for urban settings.

    ‘No weapons beyond this point’

    Weapons free zone

    Golden arches fast food

    Ads for the corporations mentioned on KM storyline……….

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 1 month ago by Gaz045.

    "Even dry tree bark is not bitter to the hungry squirrel"

    Mr. Average

    I second the Soylemt Green advert. Motto: “SOYLENT GREEN: YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT!”

    Alexander Wasberg

    Yes, you definetely need a OKI sign!

    “OKI Corp, better than OK” or something like that 🙂


    Need a sign for the brothel!

    We get slapped around, but we have a good time!

    Angel Barracks

    Tycho Station
    RDF sign
    Wasberg Moneylenders
    OKI Corps sign
    Fast Food sign
    Beware Razorhounds / Flak Worms
    Zippy Couriers sign

    keep the ideas coming dudes, all very helpful.


    When I was putting together signs and adverts for my 28mm urban board I ended up with a lot of bits and pieces. A lot of it was taken from a Deus Ex (the original) upgrade project, other bits gathered from all over the place. I tried to avoid having too many obvious jokes and references, though there are a few in there. But what I largely ended up with were:

    Movie posters (fake and real), adverts for food, clothing, cybernetics, conferences, building companies (particularly on anything unfinished…), public health warnings (pirated chips (cybernetic control chips that is, not potato) can give you bipolar disorder) and I think coffee. Though of course the disclaimer here is that it was for an inner-city thing not a frontier town.

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