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Spotlight shading template! (Instructions on how to use included)

Spotlight shading template! (Instructions on how to use included) Minecraft Skin
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avatar Butterflycraft978
Level 52 : Grandmaster Enderdragon
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New shading style!

HOW TO INSERT SHADING TEMPLATE:

First download this template, make a skin on skincraft or any skinning website, and install gimp. It's free to download. Then open gimp. Click file> add as layers> find the skin you made in your downloads and click it. Then click file> add as layers> find this template in your downloads and click it. Then go to image> canvas size> and make sure it is 64x32 pixels. If it is not 64x32 then change it to 64x32. Then drag the template onto the skin so they match up. Go to to the right and where it sais "normal" with a little arrow to the right, click that and click grain merge. Then go to file> export as> and type a name for your now shaded skin.
GenderInterchangeable
FormatUniversal Skin 64x32
ModelSteve (4 pixel arms)
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Update #3 : 08/21/2014 8:57:28 amAug 21st, 2014

Got rid of 2 sections and changed the title
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  • _Enchanted_
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  • Expert Narwhal
  • July 22, 2014, 6:32 pm
looks like diamond block XD
Ya :D
  • _Enchanted_
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  • Expert Narwhal
  • July 23, 2014, 5:07 am
I like certain shades of blue... but most shades of pink xp
me too
  • _Enchanted_
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  • Expert Narwhal
  • July 23, 2014, 5:49 am
I'm the girliest person ev-ER!!!
changed it to black. Blue overdid the lighting. Sorry.

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