Revanche Posted July 26, 2009 Share Posted July 26, 2009 Okay, I apologize for coming off like a noob, but everyone is one sometimes, so I hope you'll cut me some slack. :wink: I had never heard of Paint.NET before a few minutes ago, and I'm not a graphics wiz, by any account, but someone just advised me that this program would make solving my issue easy. However, I appreciate if someone would step-by-step me thru the process, rather than just doing this for me. Gotta learn how to fish for myself. I'm trying to take planetary graphics like this and put this this icosahedral map on top of it. The thing is, I have no idea how to even start. It seems to me that I'd have to somehow 'cut' all the white parts away, so that they don't hide the image beneath, but then wouldn't that be the same thing as just drawing the icosahedral design on top? I'm hoping its not nearly as insane as I'm assuming it is. Any graphics geniuses that can show me how to do this? Thanks, Rev Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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