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 Post subject: ptexplorer how do i get these images to blend with any colo
PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 12:03 am 
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I am using ptexplorer so how do i get these images to blend with any color for pants and tattoos

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 Post subject: Re: ptexplorer how do i get these images to blend with any c
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Set the alpha value for each colour, or all colours.


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 Post subject: Re: ptexplorer how do i get these images to blend with any c
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Set the alpha value for each colour, or all colours

2. what is the alpha value all colours


cause i want to remove the background but keep the image


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 Post subject: Re: ptexplorer how do i get these images to blend with any c
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Set the alpha value for each colour, or all colours

2. what is the alpha value all colours


cause i want to remove the background but keep the image


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 Post subject: Re: ptexplorer how do i get these images to blend with any c
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I think mouse was talking about cutting out your image, by using a method of editing the alpha channel. which is a 4th sub image used in formats like TGA PNG, and a variety of other formats to control transparency of an image.

an example of a alpha channel;
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Although this does not seem to be applicable to the wording you used, asking about how to blend a tatoo with a pants texture... So I'm assuming you want something like this...
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.. if that really is what you wanted to know, then your at the wrong website Mr Batman Ass

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