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Lordjedi

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#1 10 years ago

There is a mod on KotOR2files called patterend Jedi Robes made by Silveredge. My question is how to you add designs/patterens like that on to robes?




DarthRiccardo

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#2 10 years ago

I do not know how you can do it....i never do a mod for K1 or K2,only download them,but i would want to do a mod!!!




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#3 10 years ago

OK, here's a simple how-to, coming from a simple mind...err...simple modding mind...yeah... 1. Download KOTOR Tool. 2. Open up ERFs/TexturePacks/swpc_tex_tpa.erf/P 3. Find the robes you want to edit. Here's a layout of the file naming system: P= Player / M= male, F= female / H= head, B= body So every armor/robe file will be PMB*** or PFB***. It's now a matter of finding what the *** is supposed to be. Most of the Jedi Robes are under "I" (e.g. PFBI09). The Jedi armors (Jal Shey/Zeishon Sha) are under "M" I believe (e.g. PMBM03). Double click a file to preview it. 4. Now that yove found the one you want, extract the file (be sure to get both the male and female versions...if you want both, of course). 5. Edit the file with an image editor, and save as a .tga. 6. Move it to your override folder. 7. Now, if you do the above, it will replace the ingame version. If you want to create a new set of robes/armor, that's another matter. EDIT: Dang smiles get in the way of everything! :D




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#4 10 years ago

Ok JC I have already made A robe. I know how to make a robe. I want to know how to add designs/patterens using photoshop/the gimp.




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#5 10 years ago

Ah... Well, then I suggest you check out a photoshop tutorial. Programs like Corel Painter can do patterns like that.