An alternative route. KEEP NOTE: I originally made this tutorial while in Boom Gaming, which explains the image. Requirements: -Photoshop -Ability to save in a ".tga" Format (aka - targa) - Download: HERE -Counter Strike: Source Make sure you extract the "Targa/Targa.8BI" file into your Extensions folder in your photoshop files. Example: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS5\Plug-ins\Extensions\Targa.8BI" Steps: 1. Open up Photoshop 2. On the menu at the top, click on "File>New..." or (CTRL + N) 3. Make sure the width is 256 x 256 pixels, or smaller. 4. Also make sure the [Background Contents:] is set to "Transparent" then click "OK" 5. Create/Paste/Draw/Type whatever you want in the box, while still keeping a transparent background. (Sometimes you have to cut out the pictures with one of the lasso tools, or erase the background.) 6. If you're done & have multiple layers, click "Layer" at the top in the menu, and choose "Merge Visible." (SHIFT + CTRL + E) 7. You should now only have 1 layer in your [Layers] table, on the bottom right. 8. Hold your "CTRL" key, and click on the the icon of your image in the layers table, on the bottom right, to select your image perfectly. 9. In your Layers table, on the bottom right, choose the tab that says "Channels." 10. Click the little icon near the bottom right of the Channels table to create a new Channel, which will appear as "Alpha 1" by default. 11. Get your paint brush, or paint bucket tool, and fill in the entire selection white. 12. Press "CTRL + D" to deselect your image. 13. In your Channels table, on the bottom right, choose the tab that says "Layers" again. 14. At the top menu, choose "Layer>New>Layer..." (SHIFT + CTRL + N) 15. Press "OK" on the box that comes up to create the new layer. 16. Make sure that the new layer, which should be completely blank, is moved to the bottom of the layers table. 17. In the toolbar on the left, at the bottom is a color pallet. Click the foreground color to open the Color Picker. 18. Change the R, G, and B values all to 127, which is pure grey. 19. Press "OK" 20. Color the entire bottom layer that grey color. 21. On the menu at the top, click "File>Save As..." 22. Save the file as a Targa file (.TGA...) - I named mine "MySpray.tga" 23. Click "Save" 24. Then Click "OK" on the box that pops up. YOU'RE ALL FINISHED! YAY! To make it your spray, browse for the .tga image you saved using Counter-Strike: Source, in the Options section by click on "Import Spray..." The only thing left to do now is to test it out!This tutorial was made entirely by me, [bella basic]!