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12-17-2013, 04:57 PM #1
[Tut] How to use any picture as Crew Emblem
1.) Open Photoshop and make a 512x512 Transparent Image.
2.) Next Open up an image you want to use as your Crew Emblem and re-size it to your liking.
3.) Now save the image BUT make sure it's saved as a .png file.
4.) Go to this website, http://vectormagic.com/home and select, "Upload Image To Trace..." and upload the image you are going to use as your Crew Emblem and just let it trace.
5.) Select Download Result, and select enable download. But before you can do that you have to sign up first. If you're already signed up select SVG.
6.) Now they say on this part you need a certain Notepad but no, you don't. After the file downloads click on it then your internet explorer will open up with your image.
7.) Right click the image, view source and it should bring up the original source.
8.) From where it says, "<path fill..." we are going to want to copy it all the way down but NOT the "</svg>" part at the bottom.
9.) Now you want to go to, http://socialclub.rockstargames.com/, go to Crews and Select your recent emblem. It should now bring you to a emblem editor. Make it transparent. Once you have it transparent right click it and click, "Inspect/Element". Where it says, "<svg height="512"..." you want to right click it and click. "Edit as HTML". At, "</rect></svg>" you want to paste the Original Source.
10.) Now we are going to be taking out the white box behind the emblem. To do that right click any white part behind of the emblem that you don't want and select, "Inspect/Element" and right click the highlighted part and select, "Delete Node". Do this with every white part you don't want until you are satisfied with what you have then simply click save at the bottom left of the Emblem Editor.
If you have any more questions feel free to reply to this thread!
Last edited by Synix; 12-17-2013 at 04:58 PM. Reason: Images needed more space.
12-17-2013, 06:39 PM #2
Does it have to be 512x512? I think I might be able to get the xat hippo back on there!
12-17-2013, 07:25 PM #3
12-17-2013, 08:18 PM #4
The vector still beats up the detail, but I settled with doge.
such image, many pixels, wow.
01-18-2014, 02:17 PM #5
Thanks bro, this came in handy.