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Un!t3d k!nGdum

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24th February 2004

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#1 14 years ago

can anyone tell me how to get my own textures in to my map?plz:bows:


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#2 14 years ago

Hey man... i did not know u made textures?! u could have told me that befor... i donno i need help too

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#3 14 years ago

ok u use GTKradiant... if so jsut open the textures located in GTK or the ones in the textures.pk3 in sof2/base.... open one of them in lets say paint for exampel... then u have the right size for a texture... u paint whatevre u want save them in a folder.... make a new folder in GTK textures folder called "my textures" and u put it in there... then u have ur own texture :D... ( how to add them to GTK is another story :P i think u make a .zip and put them there.. rename to "whatever.pk3" and dput them in ur /base in sof2 folder...


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#4 14 years ago



Noctvrnal Gamer

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#5 14 years ago

I made a skin of Benedict (the Glass-eye guy) from Last Action Hero replaceing one of the guys from 'The Shop'. All I did was copy the texture files, photoshop the vital bits into the pictures and save to copied directories in a PK3 I made, didn't touch Radiant. But if you're doing a professional job, go get radiant.



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#6 14 years ago

me thinks this thread is dead : /


Dont mess with [TW]

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#7 13 years ago

me thinks the same :P