Making my own character parts - masks


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May 11, 2020
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Hello, by brain is currently emitting smoke over custom character parts.

The art style I'm making my game have involves different bodies than those provided, and it should be easy for me to implement that using the Extended Generator. But the issue is that I have no clue how to set up the masks so that they work with gradients. The generator lets me add a mask file for the bodies, the parts are exactly the same color as the faceset mask which work as intended, but it just won't work on charset masks.

Can somebody explain like I'm 5 how to set up a handmade mask so I can use gradients on them?

Thanks in advance.

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