Ripped cloth helps :'(

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Hello people, im trying to get a bit of ripped cloth of the end of this zangetsu.

I've tried all kinds of saving it in index and **** and selecting the trans and what not. I think i've tried it everyway except the correct one. So if someone could please explain really simply for me that was be awesome thanks.

51 veiws and still no replies.

Man you guys are useless :p
 
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well where do you want to use it?
if its just for rendering and stuff you may have to add an alpha map .
if its for HL you need the transparent color to be the last one in the color palette.if i remember right , if you using PS the easy way is just to leave it blank and then save it as indexed and in HLMV you just tunr on transparency and thats it
 
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Yeah it's for HL, but the thing is i've tried that. I think im doing something slightly off and I just need a really simple and stretched out explaination of how to save it correctly.

PLLLLLLEEEEEEESE.


I know you know enix. :O
 
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lol if you want you can send it over and ill take a look >_>
and the way i explained it is pretty simple imo o_O
 
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I'm tryna get the green bit trans plz :D

 
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ok here you go .


just put it in HLMV and select Transparent.
if you use Photoshop i can do a quick tut for you if you want
 
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yeah that'd help heaps thanks.
 
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Yea that works thanks man, now i've gotta learn to doit myself so i can optimize the color palette.
 
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meh my PC is acting crappy atm so i couldnt finish the tut xD but ill giva ya the text form and ill try to explain it as detailed as possible.
1. open your JPG and double click on the background layer to make it a normal layer.
2. then select your green parts with the magic wand tool and delete them .
3. go to image->mode->indexed color and be sure that Transparency is enabled *and all the other stuff when you do a indexed picture.
4.save it all as BMP,and in HLMV select "transparent" and your all done

easy enuf`? xD

Greetz ~LK~
 
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Yeah I figured out what I was doing wrong now lol.

Thanks alot anyway man.
 

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