Couple dealbreakers I need help with.
Posted 01 March 2008 - 05:54 AM
Anyway, to avoid litigation, I've been wanting to start producing in MovieStorm. Examples of my work are all over lukeandjoe.com -- but I have a couple specific questions that I don't know how to deal with. I realize this stuff sounds kind of nitpicky but there are a certain number of things that I want to be able to do, and if I can do these I can handle the whole shebang.
Luke's shirt is one such thing. Black shirt, says "Beef Jerky" on it. People actually want to buy this shirt, and I'd like to sell it to them, but I haven't yet figured out how to get it into MovieStorm.
Second, Luke has a full beard. Again, I've seen a goatee, and I've seen the old guy with the beard, but getting a beard onto a 20-something guy appears to be an impossibility. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Cletus is probably right out. One of our more popular characters, he's a redneck who seems to spend all his time telling stories and hunting an evil beaver. Note the odd facial shape, the fact that his left eye is twice the size of his right, and the fact that he's bald on top and long in the back.
The Democratic Party headquarters. While the Republican HQ looks like it's out of Frankenstein, or possibly the alternate 1985 in Back to the Future II when Biff has the sports almanac, the Democrats have a converted strip club. Doing that kind of thing with sets is something I have also not figured out how to do, although I did notice billboards in one movie.
If I can figure out how to do three of these things, I am set. Any help?
Posted 01 March 2008 - 10:40 AM
Simply 'draw over' the texture files, using a program that will handle saving to a DDS file.
Preserve the originals so you can replace them if you mess up.
The 1930s pack, including skirting boards, this mod is FREEEEEEEE
my free textures, including some normal maps, suitable for moviestorm, unrestricted use
Posted 02 March 2008 - 11:20 AM
Nota Bene : from the centurions little book of desert survival.
If Nero had backed up Rome *before* he fiddled, it would have saved a lot of tears.
Posted 02 March 2008 - 11:44 PM
I've done kitichen sets this way and all kinds of sets with gazebos and fountains too. Never done a strip club, but heck that can't be that hard to do, especially with all the new lighting we have in Moviestorm.
By the way, your movie sounds like so much fun. I am going to check out your site and watch them. Let me know if you need any help finding photographs. I have tons of them already formatted to use on our backdrops and other props that can take a user image.
TWO MOON GRAPHICS ON FACEBOOK WHERE YOU CAN GET LINKS FOR ALL MY ADDONS and trailers for my movies
Posted 03 March 2008 - 04:19 AM
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