Ever wanted to create your own Football Manager kits? Thanks to fellow community member and graphics guru, Football Manager Underdog aka FMU, now YOU can!
With permission from FMU, we are honoured to share with you his excellent Football Manager graphics tutorials, where you can learn how to make your own 2D and 3D kits for Football Manager using Photoshop. Featured in this article we’ve added two videos made by FMU which shares the knowledge of making beautiful kits in Photoshop. All you need is the PR kits templates megapack by Orthodox of SerbianFM and you are ready to go!
With FMU’s in-depth video tutorials where he guides you through the process of making 2D and 3D kits for Football Manager you’ll be one step closer to enhance gameplay and make Football Manager look even more realistic!
Improve the visual experience of Football Manager by making your own unique 2D / 3D kits for Football Manager! Follow these tips!
What’s the Difference Between 2D Kits and 3D Kits?
2D Kits are the standard club colours visible from the club profile overview. Here home, away and third shirts will be displayed. For clubs, leagues and divisions SEGA have agreed licenses with, this area will show each clubs’ real kits.
3D kits are more specialized kits which extends the club colours into the Football Manager match engine. By creating or downloading 3D kits for Football Manager, you’ll enhance the realism even further, as players will be wearing customized kits on the pitch.
The 3D kits will only be visible when using the 3D match engine and will not show up in the club profile or change the coloring of players within the 2D match engine.
How To Make 2D Kits for Football Manager in Photoshop
How To Make 3D Kits for Football Manager in Photoshop
Essential Assets: Download The PR Kits Templates Megapack by Orthodox at FMScout.com
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About Football Manager Underdog
I’m a 36yr old self taught Graphic Designer and Office Manager, who has obtained coaching badges and helped out at various football clubs over the years with coaching and scouting. I have been making YouTube videos on and off since 2012 but around 18 months ago I deleted my old twitter account and walked away as I needed to have a bit of a reset. I have returned now with a fresh outlook on all things FM Content related and just want to have fun doing what I enjoy and sharing it with those who want to join the journey.