Did you make it from scratch?
i used the american suspendors and tweaked them a bit, but besides that, yep from scratch
Always give full credit when you do these things.
How much skinning experience do you have?
mm id say about 3-4 months
Yeah yeah, old thread but I found some drawings on how other uniforms could look http://www.princeton.edu/~poland/uprising/august.htm l
I have those pictures as well, and already have the three helmets skinned and in-place in the game. They appear randomly with that nice bit of code from the DAK. I also wanted to make the three uniforms there, plus the camo AK skin, appear on the Polish soldiers randomly, but I can't SKIN, so I can't make the necessary textures to make those outfits. The British Soldier from Arnhem, etc. would look good as the base for Soldier 1. The British Desert Mesh would be good for Soldier 2 and 3.
I take what n0e says way too seriously
27th April 2003
Those ingame shots coming? :o
And maybe you should start working on your map now so It will be out not too long after 0.65?
Here we go. The first on the left has the Polish Flag stripe, the second has the Polish WHite Eagle, and the third is a cap with Poland's flag patched on top. I did those myself. The Camo skin is Englishboy's work, and it looks pretty nice, I think.
Hmm I'm not so sure about the use of those old uniforms underneath, perhaps changing the color to green? but otherwise it looks good. Don't know if you've seen this, the helmets are white for some reason
That's odd... I didn't come across any white helmets in my research. I came up with those three helmets, plus a beret and something resembling the Russian hat present in the last FH page update, which I plan on adding if I can. The AK or Polish Home Army uniforms I came up with were those three and the Camo skin, though the camo skin was probably used more in the Polish countryside. The Warsaw Uprising was part of the larger Operation Tempest, which was a plan to free Poland completely from German oppressors. And here's the loading screen I cooked up.