Homebrew Wii disc art template

jepherz

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wiiTDB links me back to this forum when I signed up for it so I'm guessing these 2 sites are related o.o

I'm using USB loader GX to load my games and it automatically gets the cover arts from wiitdb, I want to change some of the disc arts to more colorful better looking ones =/

Does anyone here know where to get the template for making the disc look just like the ones that are in wiitdb? I can't find one with the circle in the middle anywhere! and I see the wii logo on the disc is always on the same place, so there has to be a template out there somewhere! =[

Can anyone please link me to the wiitdb disc template please?
 

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the only copy of that is on wiitdb server and the pc of the person that made the template. you can bother lustar for it, or you can take 10 minutes and whip one up in photoshop.
 

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