still, more complicated than that.
so you guys will stop making useless posts in my thread saying “lol Im not downloadin u put no effurt in it.”, Ill explain how I did it.
Open “source materials.gcf” with gcfscape > extract “root\hl2\materials\models\gman” to My Documents > duplicate folder “gman” and rename “backup copy of gman” > open folder “gman” > converted Gman_sheet.vtf to Gman_sheet.png > opened with gimp > made duplicate layer > colorize > red and full saturation with a slight lightness change > moved red colored suit underneath the original layer > erased all parts of the blue suit off of the original layer so only red would show through > selected tie area on red duplicate layer > color/hue no saturation > erased tie part on original layer > merge visible layers > save > open gman_sheet.png with VTFEdit > save and overwrite “gman_sheet.vtf” > convert “briefcase_sheet.vtf” to .png file > open with gimp > select briefcase area > contrast/brightness = low contrast low brightness > save > open briefcase_sheet.png with VTFEdit > ovewrite briefcase_sheet.vtf > convert pupil_r.vtf to .png file > open with gimp > made darker and with no saturation > save > open pupil_r.png with VTFedit > overwrite pupil_r.vtf > copy file “pupil_r.vtf” > paste > rename and overwite file to pupil_l.vtf > copy and paste “gman” to “garrysmod\garrysmod\materials\models” > open garrysmod > test ragdoll, npc, and player model skins to check for bugs, animation glitches, and overlapping textures (ie. parts of hand did not have red on it due to erasing part of the hand off the original layer in gimp) > decide skin was ready for release with only a slightly unnoticeable bug on the eye texture > create new .zip file > import folder “Gman” to .zip file > import backup copy of gman to .zip file > upload
so stop bitching with useless posts. its kind of annoying when people try to tell you a completely effortless way of doing something believing that they “have figured me out” or “you put no effort into it”.
I prefer doing things in a complicated way, seeing as it pays off more and easier ways are always boring.
much MUCH more than seven clicks.