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@bolid74 did you do these in illustrator first or just photoshop?
@bolid74, would it be an idea to also provide guidelines for logo placement? I sometimes see logo’s being stretched out or too wide on kits. And can we add a layer for the UV maps @DokteurHaisse?
If you want me to, I can work on the basic template a bit more and provide like multiple collars, color patterns etc. and also optimize this according to the UV maps. Did this for FIFA in the past as well, however on FM the kit design is much less detailed, so way easier to make. I was also thinking about maybe upscaling the size to 2048x2048 and then resize afterwards for better quality.
@bolid74 I want to ask you, how do you make unique and difficult pattern like those found in J-League team jersey? I want to create some 3d kits for japanese club but encountered a complicated pattern like for FC Ryukyu or V-Varen Nagasaki.
Do you use some sort of tool other than photoshop or paint shop pro to create the pattern?
First one is fairly simple, although it might take time to make. It's just drawing squares.
The red one is very complex so you have to find a good picture of a stretched shirt and copy / paste. In this way I made Swansea home and away kits this year. The geometric shapes you can draw easily, but the dragon part would be easiest to copy from a good picture.
Professionals use Illustrator to create such patterns, but it's a complex program and it will take time to learn
Thanks for the answer bolid,
Unfortunately, there is no stretched picture for that FC Ryukyu jersey.
The best pic that I got is also not straight up, but angled upward a little bit, lying in the bed, and had a bit of wrinkles on it.
I'll work on the other team's jersey for now. Thanks again!
Is this or this of any use?
do you no longer create the 2d model together with the 3d?
I remember you had many brands
Hi Guys does anyone have this in 3d template format?
Hi @bolid74, many thanks on offering to distribute all this files to everybody. I have recently started editing PSD files and I have to say, it was way more easier than I thought it would be.
I would like to make a very kind request.
if it was possible from your side, to always export the template as an image for every .psd kit before releasing it, since it would vastly reduce the time it takes us to go through your files. I mean ok, for EPL we all know the kits by memory, but for lower leagues or even uknown leagues, its is very slow procedure to open the .PSD files one-by-one, where as if your uploaded the files like this, it would be exremely time-efficient for all of us who can use your files.
Again, MANY THANKS for distributing your files!!!
I understand the problem, and I'm taking time to reply, but this suggestion will not pass, sorry. Most of paint programs have built-in browsers that shows psd files and they can easily be viewed from program (not windows explorer). Adding png files would just add confusion for us who are browsing from programs and would double the files in pack and increase pack size.
People who really need png files for previewing purposes can make them themselves by using batch convert, that should also be available in most of paint programs.
Thanks a lot for taking the time to respond. It's ok of course, I will be doing the procedure myself for every one of your packets.
Have a nice day mate!
Hi @bolid74, do you also take requests for templates? Maybe you could look into this Hummel variant. I've seen it at multiple clubs already.
Again, massive thanks for the templates. I know how much work go into creating these and I can only appreciate your work. One thing I noticed is that there is no default/blank template anymore? I'd love to see a standard template with all collar types but no logo's, which I can use for brands that are not covered (yet).
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