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 Now say we want to make this material a bit more shiny, we are using specular bumps after all. First up we fire up our image editing program and there we open up the bumpmap texture, here “tutorial_3_bump.tga” is used. As you might recall the file was stored in a 32 bit format, this is so that the image can contain an alpha channel. When using the BumpSpecular format the alpha channel is used to define specular. Black = no specular and White = full specular. The alpha for the “tutorial_3_bump.tga” was made like this:\\ Now say we want to make this material a bit more shiny, we are using specular bumps after all. First up we fire up our image editing program and there we open up the bumpmap texture, here “tutorial_3_bump.tga” is used. As you might recall the file was stored in a 32 bit format, this is so that the image can contain an alpha channel. When using the BumpSpecular format the alpha channel is used to define specular. Black = no specular and White = full specular. The alpha for the “tutorial_3_bump.tga” was made like this:\\
-{{:tutorial:texture_specular.jpg|:​tutorial:​texture_specular.jpg}}\\+{{:hpl1:tutorials:​texture_specular.jpg}}\\
 \\ \\
  
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