How to make Any Picture Crew Emblem

Discussion in 'Grand Theft Auto V Crews' started by KyleAllday, Oct 15, 2013 with 59 replies and 7,189 views.

  1. KyleAllday

    KyleAllday Enthusiast

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    How to make any Picture Crew Emblem (Rockstar Crews)

    How To Do It:
    Video Tutorial:


    Text Tutorial:
    1. Find Picture That You Would Like To Use
    2. Open Picture In Photoshop (Or any Photo Editor That Can Resize Pictures)
    3. Save as a .PNG file (Must be .PNG or it will not work)
    4. Go to http://www.VectorMagic.com
    5. Create and Account on Vector Magic
    6. Click Upload Image to Trace
    7. Change Quality of the Render (User Preference)
    8. Once You Are Happy With You Picture Hit Download
    9. Select Yes Use 1 Token
    10. Download as .SVG (Must be .SVG or it will not work)
    11. Open Up .SVG in Text Editor (Notepad++. TextWrangler, etc. Download Links Below)
    12. Copy Everything that has "<Path fill="
    13. Have Emblem Creator Open
    14. Select Transparent Backround
    15. Right Click on Backround Hit "Inspect Element"
    16. Go Up A Couple of Lines, Find String that Says "<svg height ="512"....."
    17. Right Click on that String, select "Edit as HTML"
    18. Copy and Paste All the "<Path fill"'s in between </rect>(YOUR CODE HERE)</svg>
    19. Exit Out of Inspect Element And Your Emblem Should Be There
    20. Select Save And Publish Emblem To Your Crew :)

    How to Make Backround Transparent Once Your Image is in the Emblem Editor:




    1. Right Click The White in the Backround of the Emblem
    2. Select "Inspect Element"
    3. Go Up A Couple of Lines, Find String that Says "<svg height ="512"....."
    4. Right Click on that String, select "Edit as HTML"
    5.Look in the "<Path fill"'s in between </rect>(YOUR CODE HERE)</svg> and look for "<path fill="#ffffff""
    6. Right Click and Select "Delete Node"
    7. Exit Out Of Inspect Element
    8. Transparent Backround :)

    Requirements:
    Web Browser that can Inspect Element:


    Photo Editors (For Resizing):

    Text Editors:
    For Windows Users:
    For Mac Users:

    If you have any questions leave them down below. I am happy to answer any that you have.
    Last edited: Oct 17, 2013
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  2. Siktec

    Siktec Enthusiast

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    Damn!!!! This is awesome man. Thanks for sharing.

    Although I don't think TextWrangler is for Windows.. I couldn't find a link at least.. If you could post a link that'd be great.

    I found this for windows instead.. Trying it out right now.

    http://www.sublimetext.com/
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    idlehands88 Contributor

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  4. Hitomi Tanaka

    Hitomi Tanaka ❤Boobie-Chan❤

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  5. GypsyCrazyBoy

    GypsyCrazyBoy Contributor

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    Download Notepad++ Thats What I Used
  6. MrAssassin

    MrAssassin Nothing is true, Everything is permitted

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    Wow nice. Cant wait to try this.
  7. Subwayeatfresh

    Subwayeatfresh Newbie

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    Is there another program u can use instead of photoshop my free trial ended.
  8. T3DDY_173

    T3DDY_173 Contributor

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    Paint.net is a BIT like photoshop. and use NOTEPAD instead of notepad +++
    http://vectormagic.com for turning it into text. ( use middle button )
  9. Subwayeatfresh

    Subwayeatfresh Newbie

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    Is gimp good cause I never used it.
  10. KyleAllday

    KyleAllday Enthusiast

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    Gimp works well. It's very easy to use. If you are having trouble, post a link to your picture and I will resize it for you.
  11. Desolation91

    Desolation91 Enthusiast

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    i cannot find the #fffff to remove white back ground....
  12. Desolation91

    Desolation91 Enthusiast

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    done.. it was #fdfdfd for me (PC)
  13. KyleAllday

    KyleAllday Enthusiast

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    It depends on the shade of white. Most of the time it is #ffffff though
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    TEXASKNOWN Newbie

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  15. KyleAllday

    KyleAllday Enthusiast

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    NYC AKA BrettsMοds Premium

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    EDIT: Nvm, the quotes are screwed up on the last 3 posts.
  17. TEXASKNOWN

    TEXASKNOWN Newbie

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    What browser are you using?[/quote]

    Google Chrome. no paste option
  18. KyleAllday

    KyleAllday Enthusiast

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    You don't have to edit as HTML it just makes it easier. You can just double click on the string and copy and paste from there.
    --- Double Post Merged, Oct 17, 2013 ---

    On a Mac hit Command-V
    On Windows hit CTL-V
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  19. TEXASKNOWN

    TEXASKNOWN Newbie

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    Worked:D Thanks Very Much ;)
  20. KyleAllday

    KyleAllday Enthusiast

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    Any Time :)