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  1. Sticknub

    Playing With 3D Text

    I love this new update, now I don't need to rush into gimp and spend 37 minutes trying to make a 3d text, go downloading fonts, and importing it into Mine-Imator as a 3D item! Wahoo, thank you, people at Mine-Imator. So, here's the video. Note: This video has terrible quality due to being rushed, made in 25 minutes because I had to go to school in that amount of time... I was late.
  2. Gamerix True Playz

    SKIBBZ Fan Art

    I got bored. Edited: Unedited: Rigs By: @SKIBBZ
  3. So there's been a lot of people saying that 3D text should be added to MI. And not much has been heard from David regarding 3D text, and there's a fairly easy work-around to get 3D text working in Mine-imator version 1.0.0 FULL and further versions in the future. Step 1: Open your preferred photo-editing program, it MUST support transparency or else this won't work. (I'm looking at you, MS Paint.) I personally prefer Paint.NET which can be downloaded for free here: (Other programs like Adobe Photoshop work too.) --- Step 2: Create an image and delete everything, leaving nothing but transparency left. It should look a bit like this. --- Step 3: Select the text tool from the toolbar, and select the font(Works with any font) you want to make 3D. Before you type anything, disable "Antialiasing". Now type whatever text you want to be 3D. --- Step 4: Save the file as a .png or .jpeg file and name it whatever you want. --- Step 5: Open Mine-imator, create a new project(optional), click the crafting bench in the top left corner and click the sword. --- Step 6: Click the button next to "Image:" and click "Browse". Select the image you created in your editing program and click open. As you can see, nothing shows up in the window. Continue to step 7. --- Step 7: Click "Create". Now, un-check "Use as sheet" and you should see some serious results. --- Step 8: Profit! Re-scale and re-color to your liking. Enjoy using 3D-text!