Reptile Decals

Cybernautic Studios - 2D Assets - Feb 23, 2024
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95 reptile-themed decals. They are in a mix of color, grey-scale and black and white. Great for in-game corporate/company/squad logos and tattoos.

  • Supported Platforms
  • Supported Engine Versions
    4.15 - 4.27, 5.0 - 5.4
  • Download Type
    Asset Pack
    This product contains an assortment of Unreal Engine assets which can be imported into a pre-existing project of your choice.

95 reptile-themed decals. They are in a mix of color, grey-scale and black and white. Great for in-game corporate/military logos and tattoos. Each image comes in 4 resolutions: 512x512, 1024x1024, 2048x2048, and 4096x4096! If you want to ask question directly, please use my discord server:

Technical Details


  • Materials and Material Instances: 98
  • Each image comes in 4 resolutions (see below)

Number of Unique Materials and Material Instances: 98

Number of Textures: 644

Texture Resolutions: 
  • 4096x4096
  • 2048x2048
  • 1024x1024
  • 512x512
  • 128x128

Supported Development Platforms:

Windows: YES

Mac: YES


All texture files follow the naming convention recommended by Unreal Engine. They all start with T_, followed by their main image name (i.e. Viper_1, Skink_5, etc.), then the resolution of the file (i.e. _4K, _2K, _1K, 512) and finally with the type of image file (_A for Alpha channel, used in all type of decals or _D for Diffuse aka the color image, used in color or greyscale decals).

All of the example materials ship with the 4K files set. If you want a different resolution then I suggest duplicating an existing Material Instance for the 4K version of the decal you want (appending the resolution you are changing it to, like 2K, 1K or 512). Then you will need to modify the textures used in the material to select the specific resolutions you are looking for.

Remember, the monochrome decals only use the _A or Alpha textures while the color and greyscale decals use both the Alpha and _D (aka Diffuse/Color) textures.