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Apparel Uruguay Helmet 1.0

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  1. Miles

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  2. Dan Hawkins

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    Edited title - added on Helmet
    Why dont you get some seperate screenshots of your helmet. As in just the helmet alone? Front & back... to showcase your work properly :)
     
  3. Miles

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    I can't, I only have cs2!!!!
     
  4. Miles

    Miles

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    Thanks for the change of title though, I was in a rush :) Just about to upload the Portuguese one!!
     
  5. Dan Hawkins

    Dan Hawkins

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    Anytime mate :)
     
  6. darioqw

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    Great job, thanks for everything mate, greetings
     
  7. Thimoty Decrans

    Thimoty Decrans

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    Miles, have u tried using ML's template instead? the 2D file should opên just fine in CS2 i think, also, try working with layers, i think thats one of your problems
     
  8. Miles

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    Ok, I don't get the advantage of layers...?? I was told that I need cs4 minimum for that template to work, I'll try tommorow though ;)
     
  9. Dan Hawkins

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    Easy! Layers are 10x better, as you still have the ability to move them around or even turn them off for a picture/hide them...
    Layers will help you loads more mate :)
     
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  10. Miles

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    Ok, just to clarify, this is not me arguing, just trying to figure this out. I tried using layers, but don't you havee to match up all the layers perfectly...??
     
  11. Dan Hawkins

    Dan Hawkins

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    Ctrl & + to zoom in, you can line them on pixel by pixel, so its fairly easy mate :)
     
  12. Miles

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    Thanks, I'll try ;)