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Any skinning tips?

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created 05/14/2018 12:07 pm by haha429
last reply 05/16/2018 12:33 pm
Please tell me a good way to add detail and a way to do shading. And also does anyone know a good skin creator app in the Windows 10 app store?


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haha429
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05/15/2018 3:33 am
Level 14 Journeyman Pokemon
silverbrick
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no but use the skindex editor
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05/15/2018 10:30 am
Level 5 Apprentice Engineer
haha429
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k.
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05/15/2018 12:09 am
Level 43 Master Sweetheart
CaelChan
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Took a peek at your skins and I would def say I like the ideas. For tips I would say that you might want to try shading pieces of the skin like clothing, skin, and well basically everything. I would also look at some popular skinners with a unique style and take note on how they use darker shades to indicate shadows and lighter shades to indicate shine. Don't copy their shading though please, you could get reported for that. But yeah, drawing references would be a good place to start!

Sorry if this is really confusing or doesn't make sense, feel free to PM me if you need clarification ^-^
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05/15/2018 10:32 am
Level 5 Apprentice Engineer
haha429
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I get your point. I have been trying to do shading like with Susie Sunshine. But I can really only do hair. I can do some clothing like on Hip Endergirl, but I can't shad the skin.
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05/16/2018 12:33 pm
Level 5 Apprentice Engineer
haha429
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Like, the skin part of the skin, if you know what i mean
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05/14/2018 2:09 pm
Level 2 Apprentice Architect
iTS_da_cREEPER
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I don't know any app, but you can download utk.io from google play if you have a android. Great texture pack and skin creator.
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05/14/2018 3:28 pm
Level 5 Apprentice Engineer
haha429
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thanks for the info
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05/14/2018 10:28 pm
Level 22 Expert Artist
PsychoticDaze_
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something like MCSkin3D would work. Personally I just start with my base then once I start to shade I go into Paint.NET and layer with the opacity tool
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05/14/2018 4:57 pm
Level 9 Apprentice Network
thunderbolt73
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I'm far from an expert skinner but I do know that MCSkin3D is a popular choice for windows.

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