Skin Creation

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    Skin files are 32-bit RGBA formatted in a 2:1 ratio. Each side of the image must be divisible by 4 pixels.


    To create a skin, you'll need the appropriate software before you begin. It's advised to use a vector graphics image editor, as they produce clean exports and are easy to edit. Some popular choices are:


    Next, it's time to start making your skin. It's easiest to start from a pre-existing skin, or a template file. This GitHub repo contains many .svg remakes of popular skins. Let's take a look at the default skin .svg:

    default.svg

    As we can see, each body part has a corresponding black shadow version.

    The black shadow of each body part is the outline used in the tee as a whole.

    Make sure these share the same shape as each body part, but with a larger stroke size.