James Petty worked in this series of videos to show how to start and design skins with free and open source tools. You will need GIMP to follow this tutorial. Can be downloaded from here. You can donate for James using the Paypal button at the bottom of this post. Also, if you need a professional skin, banner or layout, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a series of videos I am making to help those that want to learn about painting with GIMP in iRacing.
Tut. #1 Beginner Basics.
Tut. #2 Duplicating and moving designs and layers to the other side of the car. Including matching up logos across panels.
Tut. #3 Incorporating and using member made highlight and flake layers with GIMP. Special thanks to Rundell, Nethercote, Brokaw.
Tut. #4 Using the iRacing default patterns or parts of them with your paint. Special thanks to Alex Fournelle.
Tut. #5 Gimp Font basics including adding additional fonts to the Gimp library and applying fonts to paths, arc etc…
Tut #6 Some Logo work…
This one is me just doing some logo work with GIMP. Including tool use and creating a logo from a replica. Hope there is some value in it. Tough to say sometimes with these things. Never really knowing everyone’s experience and speed. Thanks again for your time my friends. Enjoy
Tut #7 More logo work… Added 7-21-15
iRacing Gimp Tutorial #8, Gradients (basic)
In this video I go over the very basics of the gradient tool and how I use it. I hope this helps those that can use it. Thank you for you time my friends.
iRacing Gimp Tutorial #9, How Trading Paints and iRacing interact.
Please do not feel obligated to donate in anyway. With that said, I certainly appreciate all donations if you found use of these videos and have the disposable income to do so. Donations or not however, I will help anyone that needs it. Thank you all for your time my friends.