Would you mind explaning how you did all that with eePanels?
eePanels can use textures - create a panel, and give it the path to the texture you want. Download the LiteStep textures, create eePanels, and use the textures in your eePanels.
I'm not sure to understand how to set up properly the path to the texture. Could you explain in more details how to create those panels ? I'm such a noob :/
Edit: I Finaly found out
To set the texture, you need to specify a path to the texture file. For instance, if you wanted to set the texture to the icon used by eePanels, you could set the texture to: \\Interface\\Addons\\eePanels\\icon.tga
The icon will stretch to fit the panel, so you will need to keep the height/width of the frame at the same ratio of the texture to keep it from looking distorted.
You can change the blend mode to modify how the background color interacts with the texture.
I think you've got it figured out Lokhy - it may take a few experiments with eePanels (I haven't done it myself, too busy). But that is the right guideline you're following. When you create a new eePanel, you have the option to give it a texture, it's somewhere near the colour settings. I'm taking a work break, and I don't have the client up or I'd narrow that down.
Keep it simple (putting the texture in the eePanels folder is a good idea, then you can use that path), and anticipate that it may take longer than you want it to, to get everything just "so". A panel with a texture can thwart you in more ways than a panel with only a colour setting. My advice would be to use a newbie to play with everything on, and when you've got his settings are right, copy them over.
I'm sure you can figure it out - and frankly, it'd take me longer to write a specific guideline than it would take you to figure it out. Cuz mostly it's just using the GUI, knowing your image properties, and tweaking the settings. G'luck!
Those later examples could be one of the agUF layouts, if you tweak em just so. I use ... eh heck ... one of them. It's near the top (yABF?). And they look pretty much like that - health bar, mana bar and names, nothing more.
However, if you're asking about the original shot at the top, I think the best agUF can do right now is "nearly", and I don't recognize the font.