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So you’ve set up your streaming equipment, started your Twitch streaming career, and sometime later you’ve seen your content attract viewers. What’s next?
Well, because building your Twitch community isn’t just about what type of content you stream, but also how you present the channel as a type of brand so that your subscribers can feel like they’re part of your journey.
One way to make your Twitch page look good is to make your own Twitch sub badges and so today we’ve compiled a list of the 10 best Twitch sub badge makers you can use for your channel.
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1. Own3D Twitch Sub Badges
One of the most popular sites where you can create your custom Twitch badges is called Own3D. Alongside making streaming outlines, Own3D is the perfect place where you can customize everything from overlays, panels, alerts, emotes, banners, and of course, sub badges.
With excellent quality designs and plenty of customization, you can create your perfect Twitch sub badges in a matter of minutes, and not only that but there’s no waiting for a designer to finish what you’ve started. You just need to get approval from Twitch that your badges are appropriate for streaming.
What’s great is that the site has great customer support that’ll guide you through your badge-making process. You can use the browser to search up sub badge ideas by keywords and customize the templates using 25 billion combinations.
The badges are all the right proportions for Twitch – 28×28, 56×56, and 112×112. They also come in the simplest PNG format which is the standard for Twitch.
You can even make badges for how long someone has been subscribed, so new subscribers will have different badges from the ones that have been subscribed to you for a long time. This is possible by getting the 11 badge pack making it visible who has just jumped on your streaming train, and who is a long-time passenger.
Price-wise, Own3D isn’t the cheapest Twitch sun badge maker which might not appeal to streamers just starting out, but just know that if you opt for Own3D, you’re getting your money’s worth because of the premium badge quality.
2. Fiverr Sub Badges
As you all know, Fiverr is a website where freelancers offer their skills in return for money. What’s great is that you can set up a project you want someone to finish, and then people will bid for how much money they’ll complete the project.
The task doesn’t go to the highest bidder, but rather to who you choose to do it, based on their profile and the way they work. What’s great about Fivver in terms of making your custom sub badges is that you have total human interaction and can get exactly what you want.
Fiverr is also quite simple to use, as you just search in “Twitch sub badges” and what comes up is lots of profiles and portfolios of people who do this line of work. You can check out their designs, previous projects, pricing, and so on, and, if you like someone’s work, you can choose to do a project with them.
Because you can list exactly how your badges should look, which size they should be, and in which format by giving the designer as much information as possible, Fiverr is a great option if you want custom-made Twitch badges.
3. Visuals by Impulse Twitch Subscriber Badges
Visuals by Impulse is a well-known site with designs for sub badges Twitch, YouTube, and other platform streamers enjoy getting. The designers also specialize in making emotes, panels, alerts, stream transitions, and many more streaming miscellaneous.
You can buy pre-made badge bundles from categories such as gaming, music, food, and so on, and these badge bundles usually cost around $15 to $25, but you can also find free ones. Bundles also come in packs of 6 to 12 badges, and they feature 18×18, 36×36, and 72×72 px proportions.
If you want to go the custom route, you can submit your custom order and a design team will reach out to you in 7 to 10 days with the exact price and then you and the designers will talk about all the specific design details of your sub badges.
What’s great is that if you want to change anything about your sub badges once you receive them, you can send them back up to 30 days since your files were delivered, and the design team will change anything about the design free of charge.
4. RissaRambles Twitch Badges
RissaRambles is a site where you can buy and create your sub badges, emotes, overlays, and many more which are all the creation of the site owner – Rissa. She is well known for her colorful and cartoonish designs and has made badge designs for streamers such as Jeffree Star, Jordielocks, and others.
What’s great about the RissaRambles is that the badge bundles also include emotes and you can see her past badges of various streamers. These aren’t for sale, but others are, and Rissa can even make your custom badges.
The prices are fairly decent and custom sub badges will cost your roughly 15$ depending on the design and the number of badges you want. She usually makes 6 badges per bundle that cover up to one year of subscription land stones.
The customer service is quite nice and the way you contact Rissa is through a commission you submit explaining what you want and what the design should look like.
So if you like cartoonish badges made by a talented artist who has great prices, you should definitely check out RissaRambles.
5. Free Twitch Badges
If you’re looking for free Twitch sub badges, why don’t come straight to the source? Twitch has over 120 badges free of charge for your streams. If you’re a Twitch affiliate or partner, you can choose and customize these badges in up to 6 different colors.
Sure, these aren’t custom-made, however, they’ll do their job until you get your custom ones made. What’s great is that if you’re a Twitch partner you can choose up to 60 emotes depending on how many subscribers you have, and if you’re an affiliate, you can choose up to 6.
Most badges and emotes are animal, food, and word-related, which some think are a bit generic, but if you’re creative you can make them work for your streams.
Overall, there’s really nothing wrong with using these badges as they’re of high-quality design, and quite wacky but still cute.
6. Twitch Creative Subscriber Badges
If you want to create your custom Twitch subscriber icon and badges and like the idea of working with freelancers who have experience in graphic design, then you can easily find artists willing to create your very own badges outside websites.
The most popular options are through social media platforms such as Facebook, Reddit, and even Twitch itself. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
7. Twitch Art Section
Twitch Art Section is full of various different artists who stream their artwork on the platform, and if you see an artist that you want to work with, feel free to contact them. These artists don’t just get paid via Twitch, but also outside work, so many of them will be glad to make your custom badges once you put out your idea and discuss prices.
8. Facebook Groups
Streamers have quite a presence in Facebook groups, and in these groups, you can find digital art streamers who share their artwork with other members of the community. When you find the artists you want to work with, just hit him up, or, talk with the group moderator and see who they recommend.
Just pay attention not to get scammed, because, unlike Twitch where there are strict guidelines, Facebook groups are full of scammers who face no punishment if caught.
9. Twitch Creative Reddit Thread
There’s a fair amount of streamers who enjoy using Reddit, and some streamers even have their own Reddit thread. But there’s a Twitch Creative Reddit thread that was made specifically for streamers to showcase their art and their portfolios.
If you happen to like someone’s designs, don’t be shy of contacting them as they’ll surely respond so that you can talk design and prices.
Last but not least on this list is the EmotesCreator where you can get premium and even free Twitch loyalty badges for your subscribers. What sets this site apart from the rest is that you’re your own designer and you can make your custom badges however you like.
Of course, you can even buy pre-made badges or even find some free Twitch badges on the site, but the main feature is the badge-making tool.
The tool is quite easy to use and you can combine different designs and colors to make your unique badges. Once you’re done you can buy and download your badges.
The only downside is that you need to make every badge one at a time, and the badges will cost you from 2.50$ to 4$ each. The upside is that all of the design templates are of high quality and the overall experience of making your own badges is quite enjoyable.
So if you want to get in touch with your artistic side and have fun while making your own badges, EmotesCreator is the way to go.
That’s about it when it comes to Twitch sub badges. As you can see, you can find a vast variety of badge designs, colors, and combinations, and you can even find free badges if you look hard enough.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our list of the best sub badge makers and are sure that you’re going to find the best badges for your channel.
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