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Started by Ruubs, September 18, 2014, 07:45:53 PM

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hahah mate, im doing a load of classics!! :)
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I made a Renthal barpad if anyone want's it, i'll release it. Just don't want to release something so small and no body use it haha

also 2015 shroud plastics  8)


yo scotty ill use that ish


Well its a tad hard to actually test this out in game as i actually haven't been able to get it yet :( (too much shit to pay). but here is some seven gear im making for the mxb community, still tons to do. feedback would be amazing


October 03, 2014, 03:08:35 PM #95 Last Edit: October 03, 2014, 03:10:22 PM by gdubmx
Nice damo! I just did the rival blue stuff, check the paints section
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Hey Guys! I have a WIP paint here! It's the 2013 Fox 360 KTM Gear. Since the KTM is the only model right now, why not. Feedback is nice too.




Quote from: Maatth4 on October 02, 2014, 09:24:30 AM
My first skin. I have never created before. It is not finished.

Very nice, i'd love to learn how to make those too.


Rhyveeo download GIMP, its free. get yourself some logos and start messing about mate. its really easy
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I was searching around tonight for some photoshop type software and found gimp.  I started making some mods to the templates, but don't know how to save it as tga file to view it.  Is this necessary?  How do I check to see what my work looks like? Only in game?  Can someone explain all this process to me please?!!!


Head over to the paint thread and check out the stickied posts. That will explain file structure and painted which you will need. Gimp has an 'export' option to save as tga.


I read through that stuff and understand it pretty well.  Just needed some assistance with the exporting in tga.  Thanks for the tip, I will do a little more digging.  Literally have no idea what I'm doing, but I'll figure it out eventually!


No prob. In gimp go to file > export and pick tga  ;)