Lewis - A2A wrote:
.....I tried to dull the OD paint a little but giving her a weathered look,...
Yup thats the first thing I noticed as the aircraft was spinning in preview window. That the OD part looked so good. Its a mottled effect, though very very very subtle and really is quite nice as the in game lighting runs over the aircraft. Cracking job.
I think my only critcism would be that given the historial accuracy you wanted on the bands and nose art I wonder about the shiney metal on parts of the underside. I think these would be more painted than left bare metal during '43, early '44?
Personally I dont mind as the bare metal look quite simply looks cool as hell, But thought i'd mention it given the research you did to get the other bits correct.
I appreciate your feedback Lewis!
I saw the shininess of the metal as well, I did use the default alpha on it so I was wonder why it looked so shiny. Though about changing it but I had it all packaged up and ready to go and got lazy. In a way it kind of bothers me...
I'll get an update out there for it....
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