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Cartown on facebook

Postby Zarana-X » Sun Oct 17, 2010 8:21 am

Any of you guys playing this?
You can customize your cars and paint them to a degree.
I managed to cobble this up in MS Paint, but photoshop or somethign better is ideal for making the custom graphics.
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I've ony been playing for two weeks, so I havnt unlocked the vintage muscle cars yet.
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Re: Cartown on facebook

Postby LTDHO » Sun Oct 17, 2010 6:04 pm

Mine
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and
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LTDHO = Supercharged Intercooled 5.7L 360rwkw, 6 speed

XB Coupe = Stock Fairmont GS with 351 and 4 speed.

But I really want a 600rwhp XB coupe!
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Re: Cartown on facebook

Postby lord humungus » Mon Oct 18, 2010 10:16 pm

so wait are you recoloring these screenshots in ms paint or can you actualy put these paint jobs on the car? and if so how?
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Re: Cartown on facebook

Postby LTDHO » Thu Oct 21, 2010 1:11 pm

In customisation you can download the car as a template.
You then open in paint and colour (or color for the US folk) away. It can get time consuming, but worth it!
LTDHO = Supercharged Intercooled 5.7L 360rwkw, 6 speed

XB Coupe = Stock Fairmont GS with 351 and 4 speed.

But I really want a 600rwhp XB coupe!
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Re: Cartown on facebook

Postby Zarana-X » Fri Oct 22, 2010 4:42 am

I swear I posted areply to this the other day...
But anyway, each car has a skin.
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becomes
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Mine looks like shit, but it gets the job done. I made it overlap so you can use it on other cars.
I got the bat from the decal thumbnail on HUMVEE Drivers site.

an example of a cleaner skin would be
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This is for the Dodge viper, It fits neatly onto the base skin without any overhang, this is the difference between photshop and someon who knows what they're doing, and me gimping around in MS Paint.
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