1. create a image the size of the backdrop you want to make in psp or photoshop.
2. fill it with a black-to-white gradient.
3. convert it to monochrome with dithering.
4. replace the black and white colors with colors of your choice.
- Ok, you must admit that was the most creative cussing this site have ever seen -
KNP works in 8, 16 and 24 bits modes.
16 bits is a little buggy in edittime.
Also, The pattern function didn't use only 2 colors:
It's KNP Hebrew running on Windows 98 via virtual machine.
KNP is set to 8 bits display and windows is set to 16 bits display. (Since I didn't install silly drivers yet 24 bits is only available for 640*480 resolution.)
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DaVince This fool just HAD to have a custom rating
I hated the KNP gradients, that one was one of the better ones. Can't find a use for it tho.
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