article The first time Mario Badescu made a Half Ton Truck skin tone was back in 2008.
The company’s product was one of the first to use the technique of “tanning” to make colors more palatable, but it wasn’t until recently that we saw the first Half-Tons in action.
The first video you see in this article was shot back in 2012, when the truck appeared in Mario Kart 7, and it was then that we heard that Badescue had actually made it into the game.
It looks like we may have missed it, as the company’s website for Half-ton Tones still features a ton of product photos from past models.
That’s a shame, because there are some awesome Half-tons out there in all shapes and sizes.
They’re perfect for the Mario Kart community, as they’re pretty fun to ride and offer a wide range of color variations.
Here’s how you can make your own half-ton truck skin tone.
Start by taking your favorite colors from Mario Kart 8, or Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, and add them to your existing Half-tons.
Then, simply apply the tanning agent from your favorite skin-tone cream to the part of the skin you want.
You can also use the same skin-tinting cream as you did the Mario Badescu Half- Ton Truck, but this time add a small amount of your favorite shade to the end of your truck’s paint job.
For the first half-tone, you’ll want to get some of the colors that you’ve already painted your truck into the paint bucket, such as the rainbow, blue, and red.
For a full-ton, you can use a lighter shade of paint that is less intense than the paint you’re using to start with, such a yellow, green, or brown.
After you’ve applied the tanner to the paint, the truck should look something like this.
You’ll want a light brown or dark brown in the end, and the same color as the color you’ve painted.
Once your truck is done, take your truck to a local paint shop and let them do the job.
Mario Kart Tones are available in a variety of shades, so be sure to check them out to see which color you like best!
The truck also features a new paint job that looks great on the Half-Pints!
The Mario Kart franchise has grown massively over the years, so it’s nice to see the franchise return with new vehicles and skins for the game’s newest game.
Be sure to pick up some of your own Half-Bots for sale at your local game store.
For more Mario Kart goodness, check out these videos that show off how the franchise’s cars have evolved over the decades.
Mario Karts: The Game Developer Conference is taking place at the Microsoft booth #2601, in Redmond, Washington on September 19th and 20th.