I would love to get some texturing tips from you.[/QUOTE]HammerHead said:Thanx Eder!
I'm afraid the answer is still "when it's done". But it's getting closer.HammerHead said:BTW, when WILL we get more of the best?
Eder said:Feel free to send any questions my way, but be aware that even I am not too fond of my texturing skills.
Eder said:Lately I've had even less time to try out new ideas, so if anyone knows any good Photoshop tutorials, let me know too.
That's just a big texture with hull plating hand-painted on it... A good start is to draw random squares and lines in 3-4 different layers, then use different transparency values and/or overlay modes for each. Then add some airbrush around some of the edges, and if you want a "brushed metal" look, add some monochrome noise on a layer on top of everything, then motion blur or radial blur the noise.HammerHead said:Well, I don't understand why... they are excellent! (as far as I can tell anyway...)
I was wondering how are you doing the square texture that makes it look like hull plating.