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rFactor painting help?

Discussion in 'rFactor' started by Tristan Clark, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. Tristan Clark

    Tristan Clark

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    Hey guys, going to ask a question and I should really know better.

    I've had rFactor for a long time but never actually painted a car, and I decided today that I was going to learn how. I don't have Photoshop so I'm trying to use Gimp 2.8 instead. It's all good, except the colours that I use show up like a metallic colour ingame, and I simply cannot get a solid black colour (it's goes metallic instead).

    Anyone have any idea how I can get a solid black colour? I have a feeling it's something to do with Alpha and all of that stuff, but I'm not canny enough to figure that out.

    Thanks heaps in advance
     
  2. Eck Simpson

    Eck Simpson
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    If the alpha channel is white or a light grey colour, the car will look more light, glossy. try darkening the alpha channel.
     
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  3. Tristan Clark

    Tristan Clark

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    Thanks so much for the help mate. Got it going well now!