This guide follows
@LxmasHaxTakis difficulty rating system.
You see tutorials that have these “(Difficulty: (square)” things. They are colored - but you don’t know what they mean.
Here’s a Difficulty rating system - Which will know the meanings of it.
You’ll see almost every guide having this - This means this tutorial will be very easy, such as beginners of gimkit creative.
This means like Making a “Answer Questions” button, guides of teleporters, etc. is very easy. Such as everyone will be able to complete this perfectly. …
This guide is about fun ways to make props we don’t have using emojis. To make an emoji, just place down text and type an emoji of your choice. Now, let’s get to it!
Emoji bed (Credits to
Place down three colored squares and two white/neutral squares, a bench, and an emoji of your choice. Then, put the squares on the bench, using the neutral squares as pillows and the emoji as a pattern.
Food on a plate
This is a great way to make food that we don’t have. Just place down a food emoji and a plate, and place the food on top.
A campfire (Credits to
Just place down two logs and a fire emoji.
Cooking bacon (Or honestly cooking anything)
Just place down a space container (stove), a pan, and a food emoji of your choice.
Place down a square and copy it to make a rectangle.
Cabinet of curiosities
First, place down a shelf. Then, place down emojis of your choice and arrange them on the shelf.
I hoped you enjoyed my guide!
Your guide is pretty short. You might want to just play around with emojis until you find some more things!
Ok! Should I delete it or just leave it up?
You can’t delete a guide once there are replies on it.
You could keep it up, it’s your choice, just don’t forget to add more examples and most importantly, finish it
My personal opinion on guides is to make them long and in depth, so I would say delete it. However, I’m just one phoenix, and you should probably make that decision yourself.
Ok… I have to think about this. For now, I’m just going to leave it up and try to finish it, but I might change it to a different post, seeing as I can edit it.
Making an emoji change (Credits to
@wingwave for the inspo)
This one is like a mini-guide.
First, place down two opposite emojis that have the same shape.
Then, place them on top of each other and place down a trigger. Connect the trigger to the emoji on top using a wire.
Then, wire the trigger and emoji like this:
Also, you’d need something to trigger the trigger
first so maybe try stating it in the guide?
Check out this post:
Here are also some examples of art that are okay, and not okay:
@NavyCatZ’s pfp: Not okay, when would you ever need this? Cactus: Okay
Actually, before we continue, the things I put up there are very minor. Try making a guide compilation, like “Desert props for your maps!” instead of individual guides that create clutter.
House: Ehh… Most people won’t really need to make a house. It’s your choice if you want to post it.
Blooket Logo: Not okay.
Facial Expressions: Not okay. 3D Terrain or Islands: Okay
This is just some stuff about art. Please make sure it is actually useful, and not more of a showcase. At this point, 60% or 70% of the art guides aren’t very necessary.
These are cool things! I like the food on a plate!
Ooooh these are so cute! Thx for crediting me!
Go to the layers (top left) and set the fire text to be higher than the log prop.
Also just a heads up, I´m not editing anymore, I just forgot to delete the
tag and the heading that I´m editing. wip
This was really helpful! Going to try to make the campfire for my map.
never knew u could place emojis in texts
this opens a whole new art world to gimkit
you forgot to bump the guide
but it doesn’t seem useful anymore to keep bumping anyway can someone delete the tag edit: and the heading that he editing i forgot to invole that one.
But the first time i look at it…
why blueberries on the bed?
Thanks! I honestly don’t know, it was just a pattern.