- Jun 23, 2008
Thanks to anyone who can help...
It's really pretty easy. You did a lot of the work yourself... setting it to .bmp and sizing it to the right pixels (around 80 square). All I did is open it using MS 'Paint' program, zoom the image to custom (600 times), pick a paint brush (start with a larger one -- when getting close to the image, I use the smallest brush) and pick red (see image below -- second from bottom left)That is so awesome. I can't tell you how much I appreciate you doing that. It looks so cool. Is there a tutorial somewhere that will tell me how to add the red layer so I don't have to keep bothering you?
Hi Jim,Hey Rick- you made me a blue F-150. Could you get me a white Eddie Baur Expedition(gold bottom) for my wife. Thanks in advance!!!!
You're welcome Jim. Glad it's acceptable.Nice work Rick!! Thank you for the Expedition.
Sure, you can use any image. Just make it 80 x 80 pixels (or a bit less if needed for correct aspect ratio), make sure it's a 'bmp' image (not jpg), and surround the image with red (255). Red is converted to transparent on the TomTom.jafo67; said:Has anyone tried something other than cars? Like cartoon or movie characters?
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