I was wondering maybe what size you made those dnd tokens, like how many px/px? Like so they don't look weird to fit in a square idk
Well, the versions I posted here on the ol’ tumblr.com aren’t the versions I would use in a roll20 game. For the tokens I use for my own games on roll20, I multiply the number of squares the token will take up on screen, times 70px, times 5. So, for a normal, medium sized creature, I would use 350x350 for the file size. and for a large creature would take up 4 squares, it would be 700x700, and so on.
I also make sure the token fits inside the 350x350 filesize without having to warp the token. So there might be some negative space for small creatures and I might have to crop out some portions of creatures that are too small to be “large” and too big to fit completely in a 350x350 space.
I made these red boxes to show what I mean.
But yeah, when I make a D&D token, I /always/ make sure the height of the character DOESN’T exceed 350 pixels. Cropping a character’s width is a lot less awkward looking than cropping a character’s feet or the top of their head.
Hope this helps.