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This is V2 of my Red Wrench skin for TF2. I took alot more time and thought things through better. I also basically started from scratch all over again... my first skin left me with something missing and i couldent fix it. so I just figured to take what i found my best parts and transition it over to my newer version which came out excellent and better than i thought!.
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Have a Funner time.
Pros: The red colour is absolutely fantastic for the wrench, you've really managed to pull off a very nice texture for this. A big improvement by doing not a lot on version 1 of your wrench, but it's made it that much better, and that much more detailed, without detracting from the general feel of the standard game weapons. Kudos to you.
Cons: I really can't think of anything wrong with it, except that the spirally screwing bit (totally forgot the name of it) could be made a bit more metallic silver, as it's a part that you wouldn't paint in real life.
Improvements: Make the spirally screwing bit different, and apart from that, maybe add a few more scratches to the other parts, but that's all.
Notes: An all-round awesome skin. Definitely a must-keep.
So im not a newb or anything when it comes to installign skins.. i've dont it too many times for CSS to forget.
So I went to the folder Steam>Steamapps>name>Teamfortress2>tf> then heres where i usually drag the files and it automatically sorts to the right folder, but the ksins for tf2 are usually just a file wihtout a named folder. so i read the readme and it tells me to drag it to the materials (orw/e) but theres no other folder to put the files. just decals and temp. wth is up??? and how would i get my skin to get installed? :S