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How do I make custom Tilesets?

Discussion in 'Texturing & Surfacing' started by Stormgoddd, Jul 29, 2020.

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  1. Stormgoddd

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    I've been looking everywhere, but there are no tutorials on how to create tilesets in Warcraft 3. I managed to create custom ones myself by a lot of trial and error and using other tileset.blp files as templates. However I have one big problem, and that is overlapping. I don't know how I can make my tileset overlap with others so it actually looks good.

    This is what I mean. Can someone tell me how to make a custom tileset the professional way or at least tell me how to fix this overlapping stuff?

    Creating Custom Tile Sets this tutorial is really uninformative and not helpful at all. Capture.PNG
     
  2. GhostWolf

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    That tutorial tells you all that you need to make the textures, I am not sure why you think it's uninformative.

    The order in which tilesets are drawn is based on their order in the tileset menu, if that's what you mean by overlapping.

    Or you might mean blending, in which case use the alpha channel.

    If you mean something different, please elaborate.