This tutorial will briefly demonstrate how to paint Assetto Corsa car liveries (skins) in 2D for newbies! From START to FINISH! Minimal expertise required.
00:00 – Intro, where to find the files and free programs you will require
05:17 – Opening the *.psd template file for painting. Explains layers and painting a base coat.
10:03 – Applying a texture to the car.
11:18 – Applying a ‘shape’ e.g. pinstripe to the car.
13:23 – Adding stickers such as number boards to the car.
17:44 – Saving the car, painting rims
19:45 – Customising skin technical details
23:53 – Quick preview of the car skin we whipped together. So hideous that Rob Walker himself would be proud of it 🙂
24:07 – Screenshots for thumbnail previews.
26:41 – End notes, and thanks for watching!
2D Painting: Paint.NET (free). Download here: https://www.getpaint.net/
Paint.NET PSD Plugin (to open/save Photoshop *.psd files). Download here: https://psdplugin.codeplex.com/
Base template *.psd files: The original *.psd files for editing can be found in the install directory \steamapps\common\assettocorsa\sdk\dev\skin_templates which can be used for this.
For the Sim Race SA guys, goto here: http://simracesa.proboards.com/board/375/sim-race-sa-downloads
Assetto Corsa has been released on Dec 19, 2014 on Steam. this guide was post by Tebb
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