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This is not superman. Check here for screenshots, and you'll see what I mean. Now I'm linking to the original file rather than posting new ones because nothing on the skin has physically changed, as best I can tell. It simply has "bot support", according to the author. It doesn't have bot support, however, it has NPC support. And incomplete NPC support at that. By incomplete, I mean the author didn't give the NPC a name, so you will have to type npc spawn to use it in single-player mode.
If I had to give any advice to the author, it would simply be to try. All the other advice can wait. Try on your next skin.
Here's the original review, for those a little more interested:
*Sigh* I hate being the bearer of bad news, but first skins should almost never be sent in, MS Paint is just not a good program to make a skin, and a Superman skin isn't a new idea - there is a good Superman for JK2 based on the Kyle model, which this skin should have been based on. A couple of things lead me to believe that this first skin from the author was not originally intended to be a Superman skin. #1 The skin is made from the New Reborn Model. #2 The actual name of the skin in-game is david_reborn_new.
If the author's intent really had been to be a Superman skin from the start, I just don't understand his model choice of the New Reborn - since when does Superman have a mask, or big padding around his arms and legs? What I really don't understand is why the Superman symbol was painted on by hand. I like to see effort like that, but it would have been better in this case to just go on google and snatch the symbol from there.
In the end, all I really have to say is, don't stop skinning, practice makes perfect. Try to get a better program for making skins like Photoshop or Gimp (basically a free version of Photoshop).
Bot Support: No Team Support: No New Sounds: No NPC Support: Yes
Readme File: NAME: david mackay EMAIL: email@example.com MODNAME: superman.zip DESCRIPTION: This is my first skin. Install: just extract the superman.pk3 to the gamedata/base folder in the starwars file. Uninstall: just delete the superman.pk3 out of the base folder
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