Friday, March 2, 2012

FH Preset

Hello everyone!
Well, recently, I've been getting back into FeralHeart more and more... it's gained more of a purpose now. I don't really know how to explain it.
Anyway, I made an epic preset that I wanted to share with you all, so, anyway. Here's the mediafire link:
My Preset - The Cat
All that's really special about it is the eyes... but whatever. XD
This preset is used on my character, The Cat. Go ahead and mess with it if you want... all it is is the fur texture inverted XD
Bye for now!

10 comments:

  1. Piplup131415 (too lazy to sign in)March 02, 2012

    Ahem... What in the WORLD is a preset?!

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  2. @Piplup131415,
    It Is Something From Another Game, Feralheart!
    Feralheart Is A 13+ Game, But You Can Get On With Parental Okay, Blaaahhh.
    But A Preset Is Downloadable Or Markeable Content, Made Possible By The People Who Made FH, And Its One Of The Extra Stuff, Along With Object Maker, Map Maker, And Sky Maker,
    (And An Unreleased Movie Maker :P)
    The Other 3 Are Easier For Me, Because Presets Haaate Mee D:
    But Feralheart And Animaljam Are Both Two Different Things, So, This IS A Code Central, Not An Animaljam One, So, Of Course, It Would Have Other Games Like This, Animaljam, Big Little Bang, All That :D

    ~Roxy648

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  3. UM, BUT BY ANY CHANCE,
    HOW DO YOU USE STINKING FH?!!

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  4. @Wolves Are Awesome
    You Download It...
    You Can Also Look Up Controls
    And You Can Make A Wolf/Cat
    Its Very Easy, Actually

    ~Roxy648

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  5. @ Tinygirl:
    Thanks for explaining some things to them. ;)

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  6. Piplup131415 (too lazy to sign in)March 03, 2012

    And also... HOW do you make a preset?

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  7. You have to go in and mess around, recoloring some files in different folders. You can find tutorials on the FH site.

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  8. Ugh... It says you have to have Photoshop or Paint. I HAVE NEITHER! I wish you could make your own presets for yourself in Preset Maker and they would be saved automatically on your account. Then you could export them if you wanted.

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  9. @ Piplup:
    Actually, you don't have to have Photoshop or Paint... if you need a good, free program, I recommend using GIMP.
    www.gimp.com

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