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Well we have already seen a Black Rebel Trooper skin from Jedi_HM2, which is good because I find it a little odd how all the Rebel Troopers appear to look identical, without even different facial hair. Maybe the Rebels use clones for their Troopers too! Either that of the guys at Raven were too lazy to make more than one version of the skin. :PEither way we now also have an African American Jedi, courtesy of TK962, though since neither Africa or America exists in Star Wars, thats probably not the best description! Though as the author says, he only used that term as he wanted to distinguish this from simply a black clothed Jedi.I think its a great idea to diversify the skin colours of player characters in JKA, well, for humans that is, since we already have green, red and other skin colours depending on your species! That said, I do think this skin needs some more work, as at the moment he just doesnt look like a black guy, an Indian or Malay perhaps, but not black African. As a base it might be a good idea to work from the Lando face skin, and maybe just remove that moustache, or add some different facial hair. You could even use the shaven headed Jedi Trainer model if you wanted shorter cropped hair, or a bald skin, though Samuel L. Jackson may come and kick your door in for attempting to usurp him there! XDOn the subject of hair, it would be better to use a short curly hair texture, as that is what is most common among black Africans, again I would say that the straight/wavy hair here is more akin to an Indian or Malay.All in all good work for trying to add a bit more racial diversity to JKA, the skin itself is ok, though I think it ended up being of a different racial group than the African American that was intended. The skin is pretty accurate, just to more of an Indian or Malay appearance than black African/African American, all the same you have succeeded in adding some much needed variety to JKA, and I am sure with some further work you will get the appearance you were looking for.Keep up the skinning and I hope to see more from you in the future TK962! :)New Sounds: NoBot Support: NoTeam Support: No~Nozyspy~

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