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Found 5 results

  1. Adding Paint to Bodies

    Hey guys! I have a new paint i want to put on an old Digger body. How can i add that paint to it? Do i delete the old PNG and add the new one? Thanks, NtheDiggerfan
  2. Grave Digger XX Green Ghost

    Name: Grave Digger XX Body: Modified 1950 Chevy Panel Van Chassis: Grave Digger XX Paint (images of color/graphics): Attached Other details: Truck Ran at World Finals 7 and most of the 06 season I know this truck is in the Grave Digger XX pack but this is one of the trucks that doesn't work in it :'(.... I would appreciate if somebody would put together this truck for 0.45 please.
  3. How Do I Do This?

    How do I take this and put it onto a Custom Bull body and take off the name Zombie, If someone could make a video it will help me in the near future. Because I want it on here See I'm getting some of it just not the rest.....
  4. I need a painter

    Hey I need a painter to paint TOXIC for my update. If you can help please PM me!
  5. Step 1 Fill your canvas with the color you want at the top. Step 2 Create a triangle for the bottom color. (It can face either direction, just make sure it is not flipped vertically, unless you want the wedge color to be the top color.) Step 3 Adjust the size so that the image is one pixel wide. (Make sure that pixels is selected rather than percentage, and that the "Maintain aspect ratio" checkbox is deselected at all times.) Step 4 Adjust the width, and voilĂ ! You have an instant gradient overlay! You can also use this handy tip to make a horizontal gradient, just resize vertically instead of horizontally.