SS Kits

We have thousands of individual FM Kit Packs, when download this pack your copy of Football Manager will be updated with all the latest kits. Not only that but you'll have our famous SS Kits, which we think are the best Football Manager Kits around.

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SS Kits

hammer9
13 years ago
2 days ago
25,952
Sorry, no sound but with subtitles (turn CC on) for quick tutorial....not great English but there you go...

How to make SS template kits with logo, badge for SS kits as Real kits

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZxFRd6ND3s&t=21s



i know its older but its help for first-time kit maker.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UG_23IrdXw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8TvRQH3kbc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAVhd4mXgls

Enjoy!
hammer9
13 years ago
2 days ago
25,952
@bolid74 made a video about the installation of 2D and 3D kits from scratch. he often gets such inquiries in PM and hopefully this video will make the process clearer.

So, let's say you play an unlicenced league and you suddenly find the kit for your team, how do you get in-game both 2D and 3D kits?

https://youtu.be/GqsPhaEixVs
Thatboyrosco
8 years ago
2 weeks ago
76
Premium
any tutorials on how to place sleeve logos?

my skills are basic and cant figure it out
kolibs
7 years ago
3 months ago
5
any tutorials on how to place sleeve logos?

my skills are basic and cant figure it out

not a video, but tried to be as much precise as possible.

1. Place a logo in desired place on a shirt, rotate and scale
2. Ctrl + left click on thumbnail of base of shirt layer (you should get a selection with a shape of shirt)
3. Highlight layer with logo (left click)
4. From the top bar menu "Layer" -> "Layer Mask" -> "Reveal selection"
5. Unlink (link symbol beetwen layer and mask) a mask from layer and adjust the logo as desired

Hope I helped a little
Thatboyrosco
8 years ago
2 weeks ago
76
Premium
not a video, but tried to be as much precise as possible.

1. Place a logo in desired place on a shirt, rotate and scale
2. Ctrl + left click on thumbnail of base of shirt layer (you should get a selection with a shape of shirt)
3. Highlight layer with logo (left click)
4. From the top bar menu "Layer" -> "Layer Mask" -> "Reveal selection"
5. Unlink (link symbol beetwen layer and mask) a mask from layer and adjust the logo as desired

Hope I helped a little


Game Changer, worked perfectly thank you
FMhistoricalDB
5 years ago
1 week ago
10
I've made a bunch of retro kits for a database i plan to make but I'm fairly new to kit making and have not managed to add shadow to the kits (also I'm using GIMP). Wondering if anyone can help because they look very jagged in game. thanks

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