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Dyes ingame, how to make them?

wingy

I am playing RO and I want to make other High Priest dyes for the server, but I don't know how to make them. Do I have to color them on photoshop one by one or something?
And how do I have to make the picture a file for the game so the people can use it in the game?

Linny

okey look on this site
http://mitglied.lycos.de/swigun/Sprite/
download the high priest spirit u need, u will get alot images ^^
so now u got the images u need to dye them pixel for pixel *(it give the best resolt)*
so when dark broun = dark bleu u need to ceep thet color combo in every image of thet spirit so i need to dye like alot images
*(u can ad a color layer if u wanna do it a fast way but still i dond like it cuzz it look naaby for a dye color^^)*
good luck u need to do alot work ^^

wingy

Thanks. I was already afraid I had to do it one by one...

Linny

lolly u need to do it 1 by 1 lolly unless u wanna make n00by color layers

Seph-kun

I just saw this. If you use GIMP, well, there's a faster way to recolor than pixel by pixel, and the results are pretty good. You gotta select the clothes (Okay, so that's pixel by pixel, but it doesn't take too long really), then go to Layers, Colors, Desaturate, and then back to the Colors menu and select Color Balance. You can play with the shading of the clothes there. Adjusting the brightness and contrast works too to get the right shade of color you want as well. As for making the sprite a game data file...I can't help ya.
"Put on the headphones, fight to the beat! Dropkick your opponent, with your feet!" - Seph-kun Aguraki

Nyanko

Here's a better guide for creatting good palletes (not color splaters)

http://ro-enhance.net/index.php?autocom=ibwiki&cmd=article&id=2

It's long but it contains all you have to know

Seph-kun

That's cool, I'm gonna try that out.
"Put on the headphones, fight to the beat! Dropkick your opponent, with your feet!" - Seph-kun Aguraki
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