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Some or all of our skins have also been accepted by skins sites. They are Winamp.com, 1001 Winamp Skins, and deviantART, plus some other sites that aren't as significant as those three.

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Overdrive 2
Overdrive 2 (596KB)
UPDATE: Now updated to be fully compliant with Winamp 5. Overdrive 2 Featured!

As of August 7th, 2003, Overdrive 2 hit ONE MILLION DOWNLOADS at Winamp.com!!!!! I can't believe it myself....

Overdrive 2 was named a Featured Skin at Winamp.com for October 31, 2002! Whoooo-hoooo!!!!!


It took some German Engineering and a lot of work to turbo-charge this skin. The "German Engineering" is in the form of aid from Sven Kistner, author of MMD3. The "lot of work" is the following set of new features:
  • more detailed leather and steel wheel
  • completely redone buttons, now integrated with the wheel
  • completely redone equalizer
  • small items and bug fixes, ex: skinned tooltips
  • improved color presets (try the Night Driving preset)
No change to the clean interface design from the previous version, so if you liked the last version, I think you'll like this one even better. Response to this skin has been enthusiastically positive.

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Mini Me 2 - Reloaded
Mini Me 2 - Reloaded (323KB)
This is not strictly a Novi Productions skin. Our buddy Jones decided to make a second version of his Mini Me skin, but this time as a collaboration of those of us at Teal Town (you know who you are). The concept is a suite of miniature skins, all within one skin. My contribution is rather Mini Me 2 Featured obviously the "TRON Compressed" skin, based on my old TRON skins plus some leftover imagery I had lying around.

Mini Me 2 was named a Featured Skin at Winamp.com for November 7, 2003.
Overdrive
Overdrive (683KB)
This skin doesn't crash Winamp 5, but the component graphics and system colors aren't up to Winamp 5 specifications. Use at your own risk.

Take this Winamp 3 skin for a drive! We wanted a clean, easy-to-use interface, so we chose something nearly everyone is familiar with. Tach moves with the music, while the speedometer is the seek. Wheel modeled in Caligari Truespace, dash in Bryce. Both textured and modeled in Bryce, and the rest done in Paint Shop Pro. Special Thanx to Duk, e-blackadder, Jones, Chrystyne, Nasir, RhinoTrip and Ken.

Diablo II Pentagram
Diablo II Pentagram (1.31MB)
This skin doesn't crash Winamp 5, but not everything is quite right. Use at your own risk.

The first of our skins for Winamp 3. Currently in alpha, version 3 allows completely free-form skinning. Any shape you want, any buttons you want, whereever you want. Animations. Transparency with alpha channels. Scripting to allow dynamic behavior. It's very impressive, and quite daunting considering the restricted nature, and thus ease, of skinning Winamp 2.

We show only the player and the "thinger" here, but every component is skinned, even the menus. To show the other components properly would chew up too much real estate, but you really need to see the EQ 8-). As WA3 is not yet even in beta, this is still a work in progress. It works in Alpha 667, but may not work in later versions. We will update it as we can. Graphically, the posbar and slider (the molten boulder trailing fire) is just a temporary solution. Once we get far enough in the Diablo II Expansion Set to actually cast that spell, we'll work on fancy animated stuff for that.

Diablo II Battle.net Skin
Diablo II Battle.net (118KB)
When we submitted the Diablo II Released skin to DeviantART, we had mixed hopes, as the skin was well received on 1001, but the Winamp.com forums thought it was too chaotic. We got mixed reviews, but also some concrete suggestions. Specifically, they didn't like the main image, saying it made it a "picture skin", and really didn't like the blue text in the title bars (which is from the Battle.net interface). So we became curious as to what the skin would look like if we followed their suggestions.

This is the result. The entire interface is cohesive, based upon the Playlist, which in turn is based on the Battle.net interface. The blue text has been converted to gold. The reception on DeviantART has been a bit better (they prefer tech-y skins over there, or so it seems), but we personally think it's boring, and not nearly evil enough. We like the original better.

On the skins sites, you can find this skin in the Games section, or just in the Winamp 2 section at DeviantART.

Diablo II Skin
Diablo II Released v1.1(174KB)

Version 1.1 updates the main image, the Cbuttons, the EQ sliders, and a few other tweaks.

Like the Diablo skin this one incorporates elements from a Blizzard game, this time Diablo II. Graphics include Blizzard artwork of Diablo himself, the game box, and the Battle.net interface (even the Chat Gem). Also includes cursors, a font, and the AVS.

This is now a final release, incorporating the final graphics. On the skins sites, you can find this skin in the Games section, or just in the Winamp 2 section at DeviantART.

If you still want to, you can download the Beta version (171KB) or the old final version (181KB).

We have a Diablo II Theme on this site as well.

Tron V2.0
TRON V2.0 (128KB)

Inspired by the 1982 Disney movie TRON. Massive changes from the previous version. A solar sailer rides a beam of light as it crosses the Sea of Simulation. Loaded with Solar Sailers, light cycles, bits (both yes and no) and even Flynn rezzing-in in the EQ. Includes the AVS and cursors.

On the skins sites, you can find this skin in Movies or TV + Movies section. If you want the old version it's here, but it has no MB, no AVS, and no custom cursors. Plus I don't like it much anymore.

Oh, I also made a Tron Theme a little while ago.

Diablo Skin
Diablo v1.2 (105KB)

Version 1.2 now has the EQ WS and the AVS skinned, plus some tweaks.

The beauty of this one (other than it looks good) is how we incorporated elements from the Blizzard game Diablo into the skin. The back is from the autorun. The buttons look like various spells. The progress bar is Griswold's Edge. The volume thumb is the icon. We've got succubus magic (blood stars), more swords, and fire in the Equalizer. The cursors are Diablo cursors.

On the skins sites, you can find this skin in the Games section.

We have a Diablo Theme here, too.

Clouds of Xeen Skin
Clouds of Xeen v1.0 (86KB)
Again, we incorporated elements from a game. This time, it's New World Computing's Clouds of Xeen (Might & Magic IV; 1992). The back is from the death scene. Protection gems are everywhere. EQ bars are health indicators. You can find most of the main game screen (including the default party) in the Play List.

On the skins sites, you can find this skin in the Games section.

Novi Productions Skin
Novi Productions (53KB)
This was actually created a year ago but never finished. To see the source for the background, go to Scott's page. The progress indicator comes from the Novi Productions original Sanity Pills.

On the skins sites, you can find this skin in the General or Miscellaneous section. We did not submit it to 1001 because we don't think it's that good...yet. Maybe once we make an equalizer and playlist for it.

Desert Circles Skin
Desert Circles (82KB)
The background for this one is the Novi Productions original Desert Circles.

On the skins sites, you can find this skin in the General or Miscellaneous section. We did not submit it to 1001 because we don't think it's that good...yet. Maybe once we make an equalizer and playlist for it.



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