Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by jeffb, Feb 5, 2006.
Oh go on then,
Here is my Saints top for you!!
I have done the collar red, is that right.
It's actually white, but so what, it looks lovely. A job well done.
M8 yer a deadset legend.
You should get someone to host them for you, I think L-Chestnut has a site.
you go around telling people not to bitch and here ya are..
"IT ACTUALLY WHITE"!!!..
geez get over your self
Here it is updated
That has to be one of the worst baitings I've ever seen... You are usually so good at them as well.
...Almost as good at it as Jeffb is at making kits... Nice job.
Woah!!! That's class mate.
2 things I'd like to know.
1. How do I put that into the game on PC and
2. How do you create those kits in the first place????
ive gotta take a leaf from your marijuana bush kaka'fta (a.k.a master'baiting)
I personally dont have the game for the PC.
But what you need, is baggi studio and convert the shirts from png to dss. files.
Gunner has more tech info.
The kits are taken with a little modding from RL2.
Thought you might like to see your handywork in game m8. Class !
Yep, thats the problem I mentioned. There is nothing wrong with the shirt texture, the problem is that its a fullcollar shirt being used on a Stubb collared kit, thats why you are getting the black on it.
Worth bearing in mind when the mods start coming thick and fast, there are actually 3 shirt types in-game.
If poss, can you send a template with the 3 different collars on. I am using the template that gunner has done,
Just a quick note to whoever made that kit (I'm too lazy to scroll back to the top of the page, yet I just typed all that...), it looks like you used a faded red layer for the V on the shirt, rather than using a deep red and using a multiply layer.
Just a thought, as that V looks a little pink.
Cheers for the advice.
Awesome stuff going on here, gentlemen.
You have learnt well my young Padawan
Another tip for shirt modders. When using strong colours (especially blues and reds...consoles and tv's hate those 2 colours), try and use them slightly desaturated. A darker more scarlet red will look better than a pure red colour,same goes for blues.
Also if your are using photoshop, make sure the colour is on a "multiply" layer above your base layer <<<<<<Lazy Chestnut taught me about this bit.
To make the creases and details "pop" a bit more, make a copy of your blank base layer, make it the top layer and apply a Hi_pass filter at a value between 3.0 and 5.0 (Filter-Other-HiPass) and then change this layer to "Overlay" rather than normal.
Aww come on. I said the first bit. But I suppose you are some sort of professional!
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