Talk:Säntjana Linna FC
- It's done in Paint.NET which is a free program originally intended to replace MS Paint but handed over to an open-source team. I can recommend it as it uses layers and other advanced features and, well, you can see the results.--Sarepava (talk) 01:57, 14 December 2014 (CET)
If you want some football palyers from Cariocas, Belgravia, Brasonia or Luslandia, you are free to create someones, or I can naming someones to you. Soon I will be creating wiki articles about the football (soccer) leagues in these my countries. --BMSOUZA (talk) 08 february 2015
Feel free to add players from other countries, as I imagine Linna to be a very international team with lots of big players from all over the world. Of course, there are several other Karolian teams which have the money to buy the top talent - Kyor, Santjana Losse and Vasireii are also big hitters in the league.--Sarepava (talk) 01:58, 9 February 2015 (CET)
- Maybe Linna FC have just "a lot" of foreigner players, so I will look for another karolian club to include some players from my countries. As I mentioned, soon I will be creating wiki articles about the football (soccer) leagues in these my countries, so I will "open" to anyone include players too. Thanks! --BMSOUZA (talk) 08 february 2015
Hello Sarepava, I was wondering what program you used to create the Sausiide team shirt? Very impressive and I'm thinking about working on them for the major clubs in the Ismikkliiga. Oh and what are you thoughts on the Champions League, do you know what programs are used to generate scores, just curious. Thanks for your help. --Canclaret (talk) 10:35, 9 February 2015 (PST)
As mentioned above, I use Paint.NET. Another program which produces even better images is Inkscape, but I find it takes a long time to learn to use it properly. The shirts - and indeed, other pictures where I have added things over the top of a real thing - are done by importing a blank t-shirt (I just search for blank or nearly blank sports shirts), and then adding text, numbers and logos in other layers, which means they can be positioned and re-positioned without cutting out the background image. When done the layers are merged into one and the file is saved as a .png image. I have a very useful plugin which can outline an object such as text which adds to the realism. I measured my own football shirt ([|from this team in the EPL]) as a rough guide to where things should go - logos tend to go on the left with the kit manufacturer on the right, and most leagues have a small logo at the bottom of numbers. But really the skill is thinking up a colour scheme that looks good. I plan to have two sets of numbers and letters for each team - a standard set which is used by all teams (with black and white versions for different colour shirts) and each club having their own individual design for the Champions' League and the Riikspreema competitions.
Another user posted a link to a site which generated random football match results []. Personally, I would like it to be a bit more sophisticated, because the program doesn't have any facility to indicate whether the teams are evenly matched or not. Of course in the ACL this would be less important than in a national league as they are all the top teams.--Sarepava (talk) 00:19, 10 February 2015 (CET)