Thanks for the comments. Expect more.
I have no problem with you sharing anything I create on Youtube! In fact, I enjoy watching your videos. (even though I can't understand a word of it!)
Trying to figure out how to apply these textures:
I believe it was mentioned somewhere here that these textures could be applied, but a few errors occur in-game (model turning black and into t-pose). I'm not sure how this would effect manenquins, however.
Exactly like that, I use a spanish version of the program but the mode I use have to be lineal overlay or soft light, I just play with the settings to be honest.
I know there is a way to use it through the 3ds max, but as said Julio Cabral, I also edit it just in photoshop. However I apply in it the "overlay" mode and then I suiting it through saturation. I do like this:
1 - We open each texture separately.
2 - After I select (Ctr+A) blue texture.
3 - I copy (Ctr+C) and paste (Ctr+V) it in the diffuse texture tab.
4 - After I select the layer of blue texture and choose the "overlay" mode application.
5 - I select the toolbar in option, "image" , "adjustements", "vibrance".
6 - You can change the saturation and vibrance it at will.
7 - After I select any of the layers, squeeze the right mouse button and choose the option "merge invisible." Now all the layers are joined
Ready! This is how I treat my textures. However I am not very skillful with textures so that there may be other better ways of manipulating them in Photoshop or on the 3ds max. But I believe that this can be a start for you to advance.