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    This should be useful for dungeons, I've made it quite big ( 2048 ) Hope someone finds a good use for it! Also the alpha mask.
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    Should be very useful, thx Ravs...
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    Any chance of a PNG - just out of completeness.


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    If you have image magick then you can batch up a command to do this by saving out the color and the alpha as image_c.png and image_a.png and running a batch file with this in it...

    composite %1_A.png -compose copy-opacity %1_C.png -depth 8 %1.png

    where you pass in 'image' as its parameter and it converts it to image.png which is the RGBA version.

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    Hi Sigurd, the texture doesn't actually use the alpha mask (there is no transparency in the texture), it's more of a template to use if you want to make your own texture or make adjustments to the one posted here. Sorry, should have explained this in the OP.

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