How to Make the Chelsea Jersey in PES6

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Avid players of Pro Evolution Soccer 6 know that the most crucial thing to enjoyment of the game is having the most up-to-date kits and names for your favourite teams and players. With a robust editing system, the PES games make creating the newest home and away jerseys for Chelsea F.C. a piece of cake.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

Things you need

  • Television
  • xbox or ps2
  • PES6 game disc

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    Creating the Jersey

  1. 1

    From the main menu, select "Edit."

  2. 2

    Select "Edit Team."

  3. 3

    Scroll down to the Barclay's Premier League and select Chelsea.

  4. 4

    Enter "Edit Strip" and select "Strip 2." You should now be viewing the current away jersey as originally depicted by the game.

  5. 5

    The menu here splits into the four parts of the jersey: the shirt, shorts, socks and logo. Select the shirt.

  6. 6

    Within the shirt itself there are five options that can be edited. Select the first box and change the shirt type to "no collar" and the colour to "Red-30 Green-31 and Blue-9."

  7. 7

    Exit back out and select the next shirt part, the collar area. Select the item in the second column and eight rows down, then change its colour to "0, 0, 0."

  8. 8

    For the sides of the shirt the selection is in the third column and seven rows down. The colour is also "0, 0, 0."

  9. 9

    For the back of the shirt, select the item in the second column and 32 rows down. The colour is also "0, 0, 0."

  10. 10

    For the sleeves of the shirt, select "OFF." The shirt is now complete.

    The Shorts

  1. 1

    Exit back to the strip edit menu and select the shorts.

  2. 2

    Select the shorts type in the third column and 19 rows down.

  3. 3

    To get the correct colour for each portion of the shorts, use the colour scheme





    for each of the corresponding sections.

    The Socks

  1. 1

    Exit back to the "Edit" menu and select the socks.

  2. 2

    Select the sock type in the second column, first row.

  3. 3

    Use the colour scheme:




    for the corresponding sections of the socks.

  4. 4

    Exit and save.

Tips and warnings

  • Creating logos and badges for your jerseys is more difficult and requires bitmap editing.
  • Because most teams update their jerseys every year, trying to keep your game up-to-date is almost a full-time job.

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