Free mod art! By JustGameIn

Started by JustGameIn on Tue, 12/08/2015 - 17:26
Last seen on 15:52, 18. Jun 2018
Joined Jun 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
Free mod art! By JustGameIn
Tue, 12/08/2015 - 17:26

Free Mod Art

The free mod art is a new service I am creating to make the mcreator mod page more attractive. This is probably the only reason why you came to read this forum. This is a big duty yes but I enjoy creating art on Photoshop so I will be supporting smaller mods with their custom art work for mod image. Now because it is free I will stick a watermark onto the image. This is just my skins head (Removing or hiding this watermark will mean that you are not giving credit to the original creator. This is a rule on Mcreator [https://mcreator.pylo.co/forum/10200/mcreator-moderators-and-rules-all-…] so do not try or attempt to bypass.)


 

Before:


 

After:

Last seen on 10:10, 13. Mar 2016
Joined Sep 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
I can help to too create mod
Wed, 12/09/2015 - 07:19

I can help to too create mod art as well! That is if you want.

Last seen on 21:32, 14. Apr 2018
Joined Aug 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
Good idea...
Thu, 12/10/2015 - 15:18

Good idea...

Last seen on 11:19, 16. Mar 2017
Joined Dec 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
Hey there! Could you show me
Thu, 12/10/2015 - 16:32

Hey there! Could you show me some of your work? Greetings, Kush. ;-)

Last seen on 15:52, 18. Jun 2018
Joined Jun 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
Sure thing I will post it in
Thu, 12/10/2015 - 17:15

Sure thing I will post it in a bit...

Last seen on 15:52, 18. Jun 2018
Joined Jun 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
As you can see this is an
Thu, 12/10/2015 - 17:56

As you can see this is an example of something I can create. This was only a quick mod art. As you can see you can have a custom background of choice with a skin of choice. A orange slime head will be in the corner to repesent that I supported the mod art. Then the text is a programme I use to create it. Any text any style.

Last seen on 21:32, 14. Apr 2018
Joined Aug 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
In what program you make
Thu, 12/10/2015 - 19:29

In what program you make renders and what rig do you use?

P.S. In photoshop, when resize, hold Alt+Shift

Last seen on 15:52, 18. Jun 2018
Joined Jun 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
I use paint.net to create
Thu, 12/10/2015 - 19:34

I use paint.net to create these images. I would use adobe but I am use to paint.net. You would go to image and resize.

Last seen on 21:32, 14. Apr 2018
Joined Aug 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
A tip : Watch more Cinema 4D
Thu, 12/10/2015 - 19:36

A tip : Watch more Cinema 4D render tutorials and more Photoshop Tutorials

*Very Quick Art :D*

So, you are quite good at photoshop, but not the best at render!

Last seen on 15:52, 18. Jun 2018
Joined Jun 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
I just looked at rendering
Thu, 12/10/2015 - 19:41

I just looked at rendering its looks like it takes time. You have to be concentrating through the whole process. The reason I dont know this is because I learned photoshop by myself. I did not use any material for support and just went straight to messing about on it until I worked out how it worked.

Last seen on 21:32, 14. Apr 2018
Joined Aug 2015
User points:

Statistics:

  • Comments:
  • Forum topics:
  • Modifications:
  • Wiki pages:
Btw, so, when resize, hold
Thu, 12/10/2015 - 19:44

Btw, so, when resize, hold Alt+Shift!

This will help you!