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Lotus 25 Black Wheels
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I wanted black "wobbly web" wheels as seen on privateer Lotus 24's.
e.g.
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I couldn't get the Kunos rim template to open in CS2, but I found a skin with colored wheels (http://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/...-25.10789/) and copied the technique used by the author.  

My work is pretty sloppy but it looks good in the game.
   

The zipped DDS file is attached below.


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#2
Thanks Mike, I made my wheel but couldnt figure the syntax for the file name.

Does anyone know how drivers suit/helmet/gloves files should be labeled?
Thanks
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#3
Don't know which texture file to alter for a part you want to customize? Use Content Manager!
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So it looks like in this case if you just want bright pink leather, you alter "leather.dds". But who am I to judge? Big Grin

As far as the gloves/suit, I usually just edit the skin.ini file in the skin directory and pick one of the many defaults available there that match my car. I've made a helmet once, but I'd rather spend all my time on car bodies.

Hah... I should have read the original post more clearly. When I see "wheel" I think "steering wheel" not the round things you put tires/tyres on. Big Grin

File syntax just needs to be whatever the game requires. In 99% of times it's a .dds file at a particular compression rate that is typically dictated by how good (or if you need) alpha, or transparency, you require for the texture. Is that what you mean?
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#4
That's cool, will have to check that program out. Thanks
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