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Suggestions are currently closed for new emotes. Posts in this thread are limited to upgrades to current emotes.


Please refrain from posting in this thread if you're not here to suggest an emote. I want to keep this thread clutter-free.

If you see any ones you like, use the "Like this" button to show that you want it/them added.

List of current custom site emotes: https://scrap.tf/img/emotes/


Requirements for a new emote:

  • Upload the using the forum's file uploader, or imgur or feen.us.
  • It must be a 1:1 aspect ratio square, you can create padding around it if you don't want the content to be square obviously.
  • It must be a PNG file with a transparent background.
  • Must be scaled correctly, if it looks bad it won't be added.
  • Must conform to the site rules, so no NSFW/suggestive stuff.
  • Keep your requests short and simple! Don't suggest large amount of emotes, they will not be added. Keep it down to 4 at max.
  • No memes.
  • Emote name must be all lowercase and no spaces.


Resolution requirements:

  • On the site, your emote will be displayed at a size of 32x32 px but you must submit your emote in an order of magnitude bigger than that.
  • You may submit: 128x128 px (4x, recommended), 96x96 px (3x), or 64x64 px (2x).
  • The higher resolution you submit the sharper your emote will look on high dpi displays.
  • You may not just upscale low resolution graphics, you must use images in their native resolution.


If you've previously submitted a custom emote, you can post a higher resolution version here for it to be updated, or you can request its deletion.


Once again, if you don't follow these guidelines your post will be removed.

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HbbwhQA.png :phantomhappy:


UmkVUUv.png :phantommeh:


49baunj.png :phantomsad:


9YMq1e2.png :phantomsurprised:


I wanted to make them 16x16, but the corrupted shadow and melting details don't show right in that resolution.

Edited by PhantomProgrammer
Complying with no caps rule

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