Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby yomo » Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:03 am

:oops: ill have a play around with it
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby yomo » Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:09 am

WILSONATV wrote:you need to re buffer the shadows by painting on the suface with smooth set at 0.


could someone quickly explain the tool i need to use
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby gordy » Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:27 am

you use the ingame editor, use whatever tool you feel like on a strength of 0
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby yomo » Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:37 am

alright hers what i did

Saved photoshop document as terrain.png (1025x1025)
replaced the terrain file in the blank track folder
Went into the game - editor
using the raise tool - set strength to 0
covered entire map

however nothing turned up?
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby DankeKTM21 » Fri Jan 23, 2009 2:33 pm

you need to edit the terrain.png in youre hidden folder, not C:/program files/mx simulator
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby yomo » Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:43 am

Does anyone know how to quickly get rid of any 100% black bits? They are getting in the way for doubles and triples
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby Garasaki » Mon Jan 26, 2009 8:48 pm

wtf are you talking about? :shock:

If your making a track in PS, then you would paint over the 100% black bits you don't want with a color you do want??
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby checkerz » Mon Jan 26, 2009 9:44 pm

turn your layer to screen and it'll get rid of anything solid black.

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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby yomo » Tue Jan 27, 2009 2:00 am

Garasaki wrote:wtf are you talking about? :shock:

If your making a track in PS, then you would paint over the 100% black bits you don't want with a color you do want??

I meant ive created a jump and i wanted to get rid of the solid black at the very end of it that gets in the way for doubles and triples

Checkerz448 wrote:turn your layer to screen and it'll get rid of anything solid black.

thanks heaps
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby wheels1758 » Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:23 pm

Could sombody make a tutorial for making nice bowl turns for supercross tracks? I want to learn to make berms like the ones on the Cartel Team Track and the photosh of Checkerz' upcoming track. Please, somebody help.

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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby FactoryBR21 » Thu Jan 29, 2009 12:56 am

Cartel team track is easy just use pean tool and put alot of brush , on checkrz is harder you need use curves tool , i'm not good with berms too

EDIT , not brush lol put a lot of gousin blur
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby Garasaki » Thu Jan 29, 2009 3:59 pm

Checkerz makes berms by doing a circle gradiant then using the curves tool to adjust the slope of the gradiant (or at least that's the method he showed me). It's quite slick.

Then you basically cut off about 1/2 the circle then blur/smudge the edges to make a smooth entry/exit.

The artistry of it is in the last step.
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby wheels1758 » Thu Jan 29, 2009 5:17 pm

Garasaki wrote:Checkerz makes berms by doing a circle gradiant then using the curves tool to adjust the slope of the gradiant (or at least that's the method he showed me). It's quite slick.

Then you basically cut off about 1/2 the circle then blur/smudge the edges to make a smooth entry/exit.

The artistry of it is in the last step.

Thanks, i kinda figured he uses the radial gradient tool. I just wasnt sure how to get the entry and exit smooth. Thanks for the info.

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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby Garasaki » Thu Jan 29, 2009 5:28 pm

I personally use the smudge tool. Put the pressure around 20%. Experiment with different brush sizes. I sort of "swoop" the tool around in a bit of an arch.

The whole thing should be on it's own layer, set to screen, opacity adjusted to control height.

You won't get it perfect on the first try. Keep plugging away at it.
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Re: Tuturial - Making a track on Photoshop

Postby wheels1758 » Thu Jan 29, 2009 5:30 pm

Im at school right now, so i have access to photoshop.....but no MXS. i'll let you know how the first trial goes tonight.


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