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Avatar Editing Tool Tutorial

Model Selection Zone

1.File Management (yellow zone)Click the “Open” button above to read a previously saved model file and continue editing.
2.General Category Selection (red zone)You can select the general category of your model on the far left. There are three categories:TopBottomShoes
3.Model Selection (blue zone)After choosing a general category, you can select a specific model under that category on the right.
4.Model Preview (green zone)
  • You can get a preview of the selected model on the far right.
  • The image can be rotated.
5.Go to The Editing Mode
  • Click the “New” button on the bottom of the screen to go to the editing mode and edit the model.
​Model Selection Zone

Model Editing Zone

Zone Preview

1.File Management (yellow zone)
  • Click the “Open” button above to read a previously saved model file and continue editing.
  • Click the “Save” button to save your progress.
2.General Category Selection (red zone)
  • You can go back to the model selection page and select a new model to edit by clicking the category selection column.
3.Model Preview (green zone)
  • You can view the current status of your model. All changes will be shown in the preview zone.
  • The image can be rotated.
4.Editing Area (blue zone)
  • You can view the tile image of each part and make edits.
​Zone Preview

Selected Status

  • Selected Reminder
    • When you select a part of a model, that part will be highlighted in both preview and editing zones.
  • Edits
    • You can only edit a model after selecting a specific part of it.
  • How to select?
    • You can select a part by clicking on that part in either the preview or the editing zone.
​Selected StatusEditing ToolHow to use?As long as the image of a part has been uploaded, you can use the editing tools on the bottom to edit that part after successfully selecting it.
1-ResetThe part selected will be reset to blank.
2-UploadYou can upload images from your computer by clicking upload.You may only use one image at a time. A newly uploaded image will overwrite the old one.
3-MoveMove the mouse above the image to drag it on the screen after clicking move.
4-ScaleClick on the zoom button to get the input box. Type in numbers to zoom in or out.
5-RotateClick on the rotate button to get the input box. Type in numbers to make rotations.
6-ColorClick on the color button to get the palette. Choose the color you want to change the background color of the part.