Discussion in 'Third Party Content' started by DJCruicky, Sep 5, 2012.
Also red chrome I would be very interested in
For now I've used f6c90a (RGB: 246/201/10) on this skin but there's definitely potential for improvements.
you should lower the white or double the albedo. it has too much shine
Thanks Juanchioooo... how you do that.. a darker collor White?
Yes, that is correct, you can also duplicate the albedo layer, try both ways, it will go much better, too much brightness does not show the effects of slots doors and shadows
third image for me is better
Thanks Juanchiooo I give it a try!!
You don't need a color code while painting because you add the gold to the chrome parts later:
Define all gold areas with white or light gray in your painting software.
Mask this areas in a seperate region layer.
Export all files (skin.dds & skin_Region.dds)
Go into the rF2 showroom and load the skin.
Start the rF2 Carpaint Editor in your webbrowser
Go to the Chrome Region Layer and select Chrome.
Then click the Lacquer Color button and try some colors untill you get a nice golden area.
Don't forget the last step: Press RELOAD to safe your changings!
Yeah it was that Laquer Color code I was curious about but thank you.
Porsche GT3 Cup IMSA, Castrol livery driven by the Canadian Chris Green. Enjoy.
Download at Racedepartment. https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/s397-porsche-gt3-cup-imsa-castrol.29001/
Very nice skin Highlander!
One more down...
2017 LeMans AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE #51
Anyone have a tutorial on how to paint the windshield? and how to save it?
And I have this problem:
That Ferrari is looking very nice....
Long weekend might have a chance to finish this one if all goes well... ;-)
I don't have a special tutorial but I'll try to name some important things:
1. Use the Window-template like a normal template and place your stickers like you want. But if you want to place elements over the transparent glass area, you have to add this to the alpha channel (see pic.1).
2. Safe the file(s) as DDS file in DXT5 (interpolated alpha) mode
3. file names (and numbers) can be pretty different from car to car. Normally you can name it "alt_yourskinWINDOW.dds" But in some cases the file name could be "...WINDOWSIN.dds" , "...WINDSHIELDIN.dds" and (if required) "...WINDOWSOUT.dds" .
The best way to find out the right file names, you have to open the original "vehicle.mas" file (e.g. for the Porsche Cup: steamfolder\...\rFactor 2\Installed\Vehicles\Porsche_Cup_GT3_2018\1.05\car-upgrade.mas) (see pic.2)
I hope this will help you...
Done... a productive weekend ;-)
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