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[General]-Skinning : Texture Overlay - Mini-tutorial

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by old_man_funk, May 3, 2005.

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    Giving your textures more depth and realism:

    Using a texture overlay you can give your skin that little bit of extra polish. Do your skins end up looking to cartoony or false? If so then this will help you!

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    • Your finished texture
    • Get an ovrlay texture from any good image site (or make your own)
    • Paste the overlay above your texture and then set the blend mode to 'Overlay'
    • Play around with the transparency/hue and saturation to achieve desired effect

    Hope this helps!

    old_man_funk
     
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