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Redmist's kgPanels Tutorial to create custom UI Artwork in WoW

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Published on May 23, 2009

READ THIS INFORMATION - YOU NEED TO.
(Also - wait until high-def is processed - and watch in HD)

Redmist back with a tutorial requested many times!

kgPanels!!!

http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-ad...

This mod can be used to create custom artwork in World of Warcraft around your map, buttons, userpanels, pretty much anywhere - but its also a pain to get right. So, I've created a tutorial to show you how!

You will need some transparent .tga art work to play with (you need to figure this out yourself, hunt for tutorials on line or use mine as a base) - I've created some of my own, used some from other mods (all thanks to those authors) and modified others - I've uploaded some for you here:
UPDATED LINK THAT WORKS:

http://www.filefront.com/13955793/und...

Please note, when playing with your own textures in WoW, you MUST make sure they are powers of two in size. For example 128x128, 256x256 or 256x512 are all sizes that will load - if its random sizes you will see nothing in the game - its how the software works!

Once you have your artwork and kgPanels is installed, you can follow this tutorial. Watch it carefully - I will not answer too many questions on this mod, the tutorial is complete and works well - I tested it on another machine.

I hope this helps make the game interface exactly how you want it - for shaman out there - take a look at totemholder.tga - use a totem mod that lets you see your totems as buttons anywhere on the screen and place this round them for a cool effect.

Check out my blog entry about this:

http://combatmace.blogspot.com/2009/0...

Cheers everyone!

Red

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