Removing the burn mark on Wick's gloves
#1
Wrench 
I've always remained a bit perfectionistic when it comes to certain things
For the White Suits mod, Wick has a different set of gloves that are more Gray, there's a reason for this but i can't be bothered to say it right now
Anyway, i think we all are aware that Wick's gloves have some kind of burn mark on them with the default, making them look a bit more rough in light
Well, i removed the Alpha of these gloves, but even still the effect remains, making the gloves look different from what they should be
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I am pretty sure i used to be able to not have this effect, but i can't remember what
Does anyone have any idea where this effect is located so i can deal with it?
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#2
You need to mess around with the alpha layer aswell as the nm texture.
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#3
(05-23-2015, 01:28 PM)LASTBULLET_GREAT BIG BUSHY BEARD Wrote: You need to mess around with the alpha layer aswell as the nm texture.

Well the Alpha layer is pretty much done, as i made it fully Black so it doesn't apply anything (Kinda prefer the gloves without shine on them tbh)
Which NM would i have to work with, cause i don't think Wick's gloves actually have their own NM
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#4
find the file blank.nm and replace the gloves nm with that one.
if that doesnt help then you will need to remove chromatic abberation mod
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(05-25-2015, 12:25 AM)Toastsuto Wrote: find the file blank.nm and replace the gloves nm with that one.
if that doesnt help then you will need to remove chromatic abberation mod

You mean i need the mod that removes chromatic abberation or need to remove it?
Cause i don't actually have it applied

I also tried giving the gloves a blank nm, it looked awfull and still had the effect on it as well
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#6
Well i think this red/black issue may be the abberation's fault.
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#7
Or it may be because of a messed up Alpha layer. If an Alpha Layer is done incorrectly it can produce weird effects like that.
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(05-25-2015, 01:11 PM)LASTBULLET_GREAT BIG BUSHY BEARD Wrote: Or it may be because of a messed up Alpha layer. If an Alpha Layer is done incorrectly it can produce weird effects like that.

Well, to be fair i kinda made the alpha full black so that no shine effect is caused, cause i like it that way
The most notable thing i hate about this glove effect though is that it makes the gray gloves look half brown in light, which upon inspection still seems to follow the burn mark thing
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#9
the color changes should be lighting or shader effects of the game tho.
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#10
Wel i'm stupid so it is
It shows that i barely know everything about textures and shit yet
Now i wonder how i can stop it from happening
I understand it's because my texture is so dark it screws with the lighting but i want to keep this gray
I just don't understand why it turns out brown
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