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CS:GO Workshop: Weapon Finishes

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Thanks guys for your comments,

 

I'm not using particular technics, i just used the materials on this page: http://blog.counter-strike.net/workshop/resources.html

I'm using photoshop for the 3D preview and i work directly on the UVsheet.

 

Congrats SA for your G18 by the way =)

 

On my side i just released my AWP and i can say it is pretty well rated !!

 

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You can see the full workshop page here: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=372557668&tscn=1420922968

More to come really soon!

Awesome work man! it really is! ++ :D

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Hi guys, I'm new here. :)

 

Here's my first work, what do you think?

 

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=363769227

 

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Why has this not had more love? This looks great! I like the theme, refreshing to see a different style and the randomised shades of the cola as well...

 

Very rough, just playing around with placement, colour palette, some basic graphics/decals for now.

 

 

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I fucking love wipeout so much... fusion to be precise, only one i've ever owned, but damn if i didn't love it until the CD gave out! I don't think it looks to "asiimovy", those colours make me want to eat it though :D

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Thanks, jacko! I'm trying to find the time to finish it, but custom paint jobs (even simple ones, like mine) take a tonne of time and I'm busy with work right now. 

Trying to focus on easier stuff right now, like patina-style finishes since you can really quickly create a 2048x2048 pattern and apply it to multiple guns to see if they work.

Did another one tonight.
 

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Thanks, jacko! I'm trying to find the time to finish it, but custom paint jobs (even simple ones, like mine) take a tonne of time and I'm busy with work right now. 

Trying to focus on easier stuff right now, like patina-style finishes since you can really quickly create a 2048x2048 pattern and apply it to multiple guns to see if they work.

 

No! Stop it right now! Go and finish that wipeout style!

 

If you can sit down and have a proper think about how the theme should work (triggers and bolts are a certain colour, the main streak of colour should have this direction, etc), an algorithm to apply the style to a gun if you will. Applying that process to each gun will be a lot easier than looking at a fresh gun and thinking "how can i make this look the same"

 

Also, orange soda doesn't do enough justice to Kel

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Hey everyone!

Long time lurker, but this is my first post.  I finally made an account and would love some feedback on my first skin!  I think I am going to change the black areas to more of a chrome if I can get the colors down right.  I will hopefully get out a whole line for the "Splatter series"  I was thinking of just doing blood splatter but I thought paint might capture the more light hearted fun side of CS:GO skins.

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Edit: http://imgur.com/a/oolBD here is a link to finished version of this first skin.

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So I had this idea for a pattern and created this within half an hour in Photoshop.
I wanted to hear your guys opinion about it first before doing a proper pattern with more detail

"Constellation"

 

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Pattern here: https://i.imgur.com/3AUo0t0.jpg

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If you can sit down and have a proper think about how the theme should work (triggers and bolts are a certain colour, the main streak of colour should have this direction, etc), an algorithm to apply the style to a gun if you will. Applying that process to each gun will be a lot easier than looking at a fresh gun and thinking "how can i make this look the same"

 

Yeah, it's just really a question of time. I might put more time into it tomorrow, since I should have a day's worth to work on it! :)

 

So I had this idea for a pattern and created this within half an hour in Photoshop.

I wanted to hear your guys opinion about it first before doing a proper pattern with more detail

"Constellation"

 

Pattern here: https://i.imgur.com/3AUo0t0.jpg

That's a great idea! I'd say work a bit of colour into it if possible, that way the variation can make some interesting results, like a galaxy (with cool colours) over the slide grips or near the shell ejection window. (I don't know lots of gun part names, sorry!) 

I'd just make sure that you don't have any details close to the edge of the texture since it appears you're doing a patina style, and for that you want something that tiles nicely. Sorry if I'm captain obvious'ing here! :D

Made a super quick Tec-9 patina tonight since the C9/Mythic match wasn't being streamed from ClutchCon. :(

 

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