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    request -color change

    is it possible to change the characters color without wasting
    3 - 4+ hours on changing every single pixel?

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    Re: request -color change

    Well it's quite simple really, make the character white then download HWA Beta and change the RGB Coeffenciency of the white object and it becomes that colour.

    Edit: If you only need to change certain parts then your gonna have to seperate the object into several objects.

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    Re: request -color change

    IMHO it wouldn't be wasting time, in making a 1st class game or application. It would be a good choice, and use less resources, to use "user animations".
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    Re: request -color change

    blank white or white-gray? sorry if i misunderstood.

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    Re: request -color change

    Quote Originally Posted by nivram
    IMHO it wouldn't be wasting time, in making a 1st class game or application. It would be a good choice, and use less resources, to use "user animations".
    agree, but i wanna make alot of color changes, also player characters has color change options, so it will take some time you know... that's why i ask if there is an easy way to change the whole object color... (not 1 pixel).

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    Re: request -color change

    Quote Originally Posted by lover
    blank white or white-gray? sorry if i misunderstood.
    Grayscale.

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    Re: request -color change

    OR go into photoshop and add a Hue/Saturation Adjustment layer

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    Re: request -color change

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkeSoft
    OR go into photoshop and add a Hue/Saturation Adjustment layer
    that's what i usually do. and its the hardest thing, so...

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