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Hi all,
I made a Javascript tool to convert images into emblems.

Video/Tutorial:


Download it here:


Screenshots:


How it works:
It slices up an image into 1px-wide strips and recreates the pixels in those strips from gradients applied to rectangles. It then generates the console code required for the emblem editor.

Notes:
Some images will need to be resized or adjusted (it will not work for a 512x512 full colour image). If you are creating a logo style crew emblem, it is best to create it on a 256x256 canvas. While testing I found that 512x512 images often look worse in-game than 256x256. More tips in the video.

If anyone has any issues with a particular image, let me know and I'll see if I can help.
 
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This is honestly so easy and fun to use! Nice release and I sure hope the community enjoys it as much as I do.
 
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Hi all,
I made a Javascript tool to convert images into emblems.

Video/Tutorial:


Download it here:


Screenshots:


How it works:
It slices up an image into 1px-wide strips and recreates the pixels in those strips from gradients applied to rectangles. It then generates the console code required for the emblem editor.

Notes:
Some images will need to be resized or adjusted (it will not work for a 512x512 full colour image). If you are creating a logo style crew emblem, it is best to create it on a 256x256 canvas. While testing I found that 512x512 images often look worse in-game than 256x256. More tips in the video.

If anyone has any issues with a particular image, let me know and I'll see if I can help.

Great work! This thing works like a charm.
 
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I've also uploaded it here: jsfiddle.net/q3w92f0r/1 and here: codesandbox.io/s/stoic-dijkstra-1rcll7 for anyone who would rather use it online instead of downloading it and running it locally. Only downside of using it online is that the window is a bit squashed. Other than that, it works exactly the same.
 
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This is brilliant. Very useful.

Thank you for sharing.
 
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Hi all,
I made a Javascript tool to convert images into emblems.

Video/Tutorial:


Download it here:


Screenshots:


How it works:
It slices up an image into 1px-wide strips and recreates the pixels in those strips from gradients applied to rectangles. It then generates the console code required for the emblem editor.

Notes:
Some images will need to be resized or adjusted (it will not work for a 512x512 full colour image). If you are creating a logo style crew emblem, it is best to create it on a 256x256 canvas. While testing I found that 512x512 images often look worse in-game than 256x256. More tips in the video.

If anyone has any issues with a particular image, let me know and I'll see if I can help.

Hi I'm having issues with a certain image could you possibly give me a hand, Thank you
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Hi all,
I made a Javascript tool to convert images into emblems.

Video/Tutorial:


Download it here:


Screenshots:


How it works:
It slices up an image into 1px-wide strips and recreates the pixels in those strips from gradients applied to rectangles. It then generates the console code required for the emblem editor.

Notes:
Some images will need to be resized or adjusted (it will not work for a 512x512 full colour image). If you are creating a logo style crew emblem, it is best to create it on a 256x256 canvas. While testing I found that 512x512 images often look worse in-game than 256x256. More tips in the video.

If anyone has any issues with a particular image, let me know and I'll see if I can help.

Hi I'm having issues with a certain image could you possibly give me a hand, Thank
 
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