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Huzzah, After Fobby contacted me, I said I'd do the GDI Powerplant Interior and Exterior and the ref Interior..

I have no idea were to find the Powerplant Interior and exterior textures, So I could only do the ref. :/

(Powerplant textures will come soon. smile.gif )

So what do ya' think? smile.gif

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Originally posted by Titan1x77

well i'd rather see the the actual texture, also i can see a seam.

and what do you mean find?...we need someone who can create textures.

Fobby said "re-create"

I need the original so I know exactly what goes were.

I can create my own textures, Thanks.

And what do you mean by Seam?

And i'll post the actual texture tomorow, What format? .DDS? .TGA? .PNG?, Right now I must sleep so decide what format you want the original in.

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Originally posted by [NE

Fobby[GEN]]A seam is when you see a pattern when the texture is tiled.

"Seamless" textures is when they can be tiled perfectly.

You said it all!, When I make something in Photoshop, I try to make things stand out, So I guess i'd suck for the job.

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Originally posted by Alex

You said it all!, When I make something in Photoshop, I try to make things stand out, So I guess i'd suck for the job.

When he said "can't see a pattern" he didn't mean see objects in texture over and over again, he meant that you can see a line between each tile when they are put next to each other.

For example, if one side of a texture was black, and it faded to white by the time it reached the other side... when the texture is tiled it will very easy to spot where each tile begins and ends. Those spots are shown by a single line dividing each texture. This line is called a "seam"

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This is an example of a texture "Seam":

seam.jpg___Seam

seam.jpg___Seam

seam.jpg

You see where each textures starts/finishes.

Here is an example of a "seamless" texture:

seamless.jpg

seamless.jpg

seamless.jpg

You can't see where they start or end.

Edit: (Normally you wouldn't, but the forum put spaces between the pictures dry.gif )

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