Our very own Major Lee has gone and made his own blood file for Battlefield 1942.
I would just use the blood patch, but its blood looks WAY too orange for me, so i made these two which are more bloody to me. I got a light blood one which is barely noticable, and a heavier one that is more noticable, and with the blood patch too there is HELLA blood WOOT!
Lee and I both tried taking some descriptive screenshots, yet somehow Battlefield's screen capturing managed to jerk us around every time. :lol: The picture on the left is from Lee, showing a bit of blood around the arm area. On the right is one I took using the objects_007.rfa from MDK's Blood Patch and Major Lee's light blood file.
I know, hard to see anything in those, but here's the basic difference between Lee and MDK's files (I haven't seen Mange's yet which can be found in the Merciless Historic Addon v3). Major's Blood effect is much more concentrated and has more of a splatter look to it when you see it, it's also darker which looks quite nice in-game. MDK's version has a nice "cloud" dispersal effect and lighter blood. My preference is to combine the cloud dispersal with Lee's blood coloring (that means use MDK's objects_007.rfa and Major Lee's e_blood_4pcs.tga).
Phew, now that we're past that let me get on to talking about the contents of this zip. Lee's included the light and heavy versions of his blood file as easy to install rfa's AND, for those of us with texture folders, included light and heavy versions in the standard tga format. So there's no need for extra extracting, all the files you'll require are included right there in the zip. All that's left now is for you to download it and decide which one you like more, light or heavy? :thumbsup:
***Majors Blood v1.0*** I made up these blood textures outta fun, and cause i hadnt found any i like yet. The light one isnt much blood (barely noticable), the heavy is more (a little more noticable). Installation: There are a few ways to do this, as i have added in 2 ways for the light and heavy. Pick one file method. Light Blood/Rfa: If you dont want alot, and dont have your textures folder extracted just stick this rfa file in the Archives Folder. Heavy Blood/Rfa: If you want alot, and dont have your textures folder extracted just stick this rfa file in the Archives Folder. Light Blood/Extracted: If you have your textures extracted just stick this tga file in your Textures Folder. Heavy Blood/Extracted: If you have your textures extracted just stick this tga file in your Textures Folder. If you need to know how to extract your files download moseleys RFA extractor here http://www.bf1942files.com/file.info?ID=5888 and check out the instructions with it. If my blood isnt enough for you (sick bastard) download MDKs blood patch here http://www.bf1942files.com/file.info?ID=6486 although i dont like the color of his blood, which is orange (at least to me) but you can still use mine with it. Light for more blood, heavy for aLot more blood :D If you do this with the RFA versions however, make sure to rename or move MDKS texture RFA. I like the LIGHT blood with MDKs patch the best. Thanks to Moseley for the RFA extractor and maker. Also thanx to everyone that has contributed to the BF community ;) Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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