One of the most sought-after searches (according to Statcounter anyway) is about converting windowskins between RPG Makers. There are several methods for doing this, but one of the best and easiest ways is Hiper Windowskin Maker. Import RMXP windowskins into Hiper Windowskin Maker and you can convert to RMVX/VXA by selecting the parts and applying them to the RMVX/VXA windowskins, which can then be saved and imported for use. RMVXA windowskins are exactly the same as RMVX ones, so there’s no need for additional conversion. However, RMVXA’s windowskin colours (defined in the "System" tab of the Database) overrides the background graphics. For this reason, I’d recommend my RMVX to RMVXA…
Several windowskins have been updated and added. Hover over the link to see a preview, then click the link to go to the appropriate page. Update is where the windowskin has been updated, including description or incorrect graphic fixed. New refers to newly found and implemented windowskins, not necessarily newly created ones.
The Windowskins subdomain is migrating to RPG Maker Times & Companion. The old site will remain but it won’t be updated. This is part of the integration process to make it easier to update. I do have a few more windowskins to update and convert, so once the migration is complete the new windowskins will be added. This also includes the windowskins tutorials, both old and new. I’ll be using the Windowskin Generator and adding my own graphics to create new ones on a more regular basis as well.
Direct DownloadView RMVX Windowskins I found this awesome and very useful utility. It’s a Windowskin Generator, programmed by Woratana and with graphics by Aindra, for RMVX and it works! Update: Windowskins generated by this program will also work for RMVXA. The idea behind this is to make Windowskin creation easy by selecting various parts and applying them to the skin. It even has a preview area where you can see what the resultant image will look like! Once you’re done, the finished product can be saved and imported into RMVX for use in your games. Download it directly here, then extract it to the RMVX Projects folder (using WinRar or…
View More Windowskins Here are some more RMVX windowskins, some of which I created from scratch and some of which were created with the Windowskin Generator. I can’t remember which belongs to where, but it doesn’t really matter. As usual, these are also placed on the sister blog, RPG Maker Times Companion, where you can view examples of these (and all the other) RMVX and RMXP windowskins. Right-click and save the image to your hard drive. Torn Parchment Roman Gothic Writer’s Papyrus Final Fantasy IX #1 Final Fantasy IX #2 Notes: The Roman Gothic windowskin was originally designed for The Gladiator Project, but I created a different one instead….
View More Windowskins Here are some more RMVX windowskins. All of the windowskins on this blog are compiled on Windowskins page, where you can view examples of these (and all the other) RMVX and RMXP windowskins. Right-click and save the image to your hard drive. Cerulean Chrome Cloudy > Grape Orange Sun Saffron Water The next windowskin update will be for RMXP, including conversions of some of these RMVX windowskins.
View More Windowskins Here are some RMXP windowskins. Clicking on the windowskin will redirect to the RPG Maker Times Resource Center (no longer available), where you can view examples of these (and all the other) windowskins.I am not an artist, but like experimenting with different things, although I do find it easier to create RMVX windowskins than RMXP ones. Final Fantasy I Final Fantasy IX Parchment #1 I’ll try and create some more RMXP windowskins as I feel inspired, or convert existing RMVX windowskins to RMXP format.
View More Windowskins Here are six more RMVX windowskins. The windowskins on this blog have been compiled under the Windowskins page, where you can view these (and all the other) RMVX/VXA windowskins. Black Marble Pink Marble Old Parchment #2 Old Parchment #3 Skin Leather Valentine The next windowskin update will be for RMXP.
View More Windowskins Once again, these RMVX windowskins have been created with Woratana’s excellent Windowskin Generator. (Don’t forget to credit Woratana and Aindra if any of these are used, as anything produced are essentially theirs.) Old Parchment Windowskin Horror Windowskin I’ll upload some more RMXP and RMVX/VXA windowskins soon, but some of the ones that I’ve created (it’s just a matter of finding them again).
While playing around with the Windowskin Generator I mentioned in a previous entry, I’ve created some cool Windowskins for use in games. Old Leather Windowskin Oceanic Windowskin Grassy Windowskin For a more in-depth look at changing windowskins, you might like the How To Change Windowskins Using RGSS Tutorial.