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RobotFlameGenerator.blp

This is one of my first COMPLETE skins. the rest were just recoloured. I hope this can be useful and aproveable on the site!

Enjoy!

~Dentothor



v1.2 did better shading and highlights, darkened the cracks and uploaded better screenshot
v1.3 Added Highlights
v1.4 Made a much better metal Appearance
v1.5 Moved the highlights around to make it look realistic


Keywords:
Robot, Demon, Fire, Generator, Dentothor
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Robot Flame Generator (Texture)

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12:32, 20th Jun 2009 Dan van Ohllus: The updates makes this skin look good enough to get an approval.

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12:32, 20th Jun 2009
Dan van Ohllus:
The updates makes this skin look good enough to get an approval.
 
Level 23
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Nov 17, 2008
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Dentothor, how did you success in understanding skinning and triggering?
I cant understand modellin' or triggerin'(but I really want to)

By the way, the skin really does need more shadow, but otherwise the skin is great.
Burning robot! lol
5/5, for not being a CnP.
 
Level 38
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I've found most metallic elements of a skin need to have a lot of contrast, with areas moving from pure black to pure white. If you are using Photoshop their is a function called curves that can accomplish this in no time, other than that you will have to manually add shading and highlights. But seriously, make the metal go from black to white :)
 
Level 4
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Dec 13, 2008
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I have no idea how you make a skin, but is it possible to make the flames red?
(probably not)

Anyway.. I'd give it at 3.5/5
 
Level 2
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May 2, 2009
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More shadows.

Many, many more shadows.

The whole thing is on fire, how on earth are you supposed to find shadows on such a thing? :eek:

Nah but in the end I agree, although I'd add both light/dark, dunno if that will work with the animations though.
 
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