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WWE Diva Skins for R4DS

Discussion in 'Nintendo DS' started by larrylje, Mar 13, 2007.

  1. larrylje

    larrylje Active member

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    I am going to make WWE Diva skins for the R4DS. I will post them in this thread. Hope someone will enjoy them. (Each theme will have a theme.ini file that changes color schemes of text and bars compatible with kernel v1.70)

    If you have not heard of the new kernel update (v1.07) you can find more out HERE

    Feel free to leave a request of a Diva you want.

    MARIA ZIP

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    MELINA ZIP

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    TRISH ZIP

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    CANDICE MICHELLE ZIP

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    MICKIE JAMES ZIP

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    ASHLEY ZIP

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    TORRIE WILSON ZIP

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    STACY KEIBLER ZIP

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  2. kcajblue

    kcajblue Regular member

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    i dont have an R4
    but these are pretty good.
     
  3. ZML

    ZML Member

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    I can really only say.. nice buttons. XD

    I made myself a nice R4/Moonshell combo skin.. but I can't make buttons for crap.

    ^-^ Good job!
     
  4. larrylje

    larrylje Active member

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    Thanks for the button comment. Someone else on another site said they looked sloppy. I told them to load the skin on his DS they look completely different when on DS. Plus who wants a button that covers up a half naked woman. That is why I made them glass like so you can see the beautiful body's behind them.
     
  5. ZML

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    Nah, not sloppy at all!
    Actually, I'd love to have them myself. Since my icons file currently has no buttons. :p

    ..I'm still trying to make nice ones.
     
  6. larrylje

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    Below is a zip file of the button in PSD format.

    http://www.geocities.com/larrylje/Button.zip

    It is zipped because the site I upload to will not upload psd files. Just unzip the file then open the PSD in photoshop and just drag the button to your skin.

    If you want to mess with the darkness and brightens you can right click on the button and choose (Blending Options) then you can adjust the satin and the gradient overlay.

    If you want to try and do this yourself try doing the below.

    Start by making the Icons white. Then click on 1 icon to work with.

    After choosing 1 icon click on it and then in the Layers option window to the left adjust the Opacity of the button to 35%

    Now right click on the layer and choose (Blending Options)

    Check Bevel and Emboss and Check Contour

    Check Satin and then adjust the brightness/darkness of that.

    Check Gradient Overlay and I choose Style:Reflect and then adjust the Opacity and scale.

    Just mess with the Satin and Gradient Overlay properties till you get it the way you want it.

    Now once you get the button how you want right click on the button in the Layer options box to the right and choose (Copy Layer Style) then go to the other 2 buttons and right click and choose to (Paste layer Style)
     
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  7. ZML

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    Hmm.. I've been playing around with GIMP, tryin' different things.

    I've come up with something close to yours, and it's not bad either. :D
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