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    Russia. Penza
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    history.numismatics.and this game

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  1. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    Do not use an outdated modification. Sooner or later, it will fail) By saturday or sunday, I hope to post the archive, unless of course there are any force majeure.
  2. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    Updated modification with removed flags. Download link in 1 topic post. Modification of comrade Sergbob. I just removed the extra flags, leaving only the naval, admiral and test flags.
  3. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    Small fix of some problems for patch 0.10.4. Install it over the main mod archive, replacing the camouflages.xml file. I made a couple of mistakes with the Type 5 camouflage for the new German destroyers. I also noticed that some camouflages such as New Years, Jubilees and others still had a single color - now these schemes have a color identical to the Company's permanent camouflage or the camouflage that I made earlier. Perhaps I did not notice everything. But the work continues. Simply_grey_paint+_0.10.4_fix.rar
  4. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    And thank you) One of these days, by the way, it will be necessary to update the text file of the camouflage, as I found a couple of non-critical errors (new German Tier 9-10 destroyers without type 5 camouflage, since I made a mistake in the code).
  5. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    Modification updated for version 0.10.4. Changed textures for Albany and Almirante Abreu. This change was due to fellow Brooklin82, who allowed his skins to be included in my build. This change, as well as the addition of other textures (skins that do not compress well, as opposed to four-color camouflages) affected the weight of the archive. But I couldn't find any other way out. Hide contents There is a problem with the screenshot of Almirante Abreu, so I will use the screenshot from the Brooklin82 theme for clarity. I changed the textures of the cruisers Chester and St. Louis, making hull # 1 gray. Previously, they were painted in the pre-war ceremonial scheme. This is done for the normal display of their camouflages on these ships. Added camouflages for Chester: Hide contents - camouflage type 2 - based on the ceremonial scheme of the standard texture, which I changed. - type 5 camouflage - 1918 Birmingham Sistership paint scheme. The scheme is made on the basis of photographs found in the vastness of the worthpoint. Changes are likely in the future. Added camouflages for St. Louis: Hide contents - camouflage type 2 - just like Chester's, it is made on the basis of the ceremonial scheme of the standard texture, which I changed. - camouflage type 5 - St. Louis 1918 paint scheme. Changes are likely in the future. Added type 5 camouflage for Omaha. Added type 5 camouflage for the aircraft carrier Hermes based on the 1942 ship paint scheme. Hide contents The permanent camouflage for the cruiser Murmansk has been changed. Now he is relatively correct. The camouflage is based on a series of photographs. Hide contents Added textures with tactical numbers for the cruisers Kutuzov and Chapaev. Hide contents Kutuzov carried this number in 1955. It was from the ship with this number that the rescue teams left to help rescue the battleship Novorossiysk. Unfortunately, not all returned - 27 people died. The permanent camouflage for the battleship Prinz Eitel Friedrich has been changed. Hide contents Changed the Adler camouflage for the cruiser Prinz Eugen. Hide contents The camouflage is done thanks to Edelweisse. Now even Adler has a historical diagram of February 1942). The texture for the destroyer Daring has been changed. Added tactical number. All his camouflages are now monochromatic. Hide contents The permanent camouflage for the cruiser Bayard has been changed. Hide contents I have corrected the scheme of the Company, making it asymmetrical, according to Measure 32 / 3D. Changed the permanent camouflage of the battleship Jean Bart to the post-war two-ton paint scheme. Hide contents The permanent camouflage of the battleship Bourgogne has been changed. The prototype of this scheme is Richelieu 1944. Hide contents The texture of the destroyer Marceau has been changed. I changed it by adding a large tactical number (which I don't understand where it came from, but still). Similar I saw on Kleber (trophy Theodor Riedel). If you are against, I will undo the change. Hide contents Some premium ships in France have returned their color corrected schemes. There were only historical ships that did not have any schemes at all. I restored the color of Amagi. As BruceRKF correctly noted, it is normal and has historical roots. Hide contents Perhaps I forgot to mention something. P.S. There are a lot of spoilers as always. Perhaps this is not convenient for everyone, but this makes the page seem to load faster, and besides, it is not overloaded with various information. Although in terms of promoting the modification, it was cool to add screenshots without spoilers (although this seems to violate forum rules). Pay attention to the gradually increasing volume of the archive (due to the added skins, which are not compressed so well). Maybe in time I will come up with something that will fix this. Do not forget about the archives with Japanese, Swedes and Pan-Asians, which will improve the modification. Modification with Sergbob flags will be a separate post a little later. Good luck to all.
  6. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    Interesting thing, maybe useful in the future, but in this case it didn't work). Probably pipes or shades of gray, or a shade of yellow (as on English ships in some cases). In this case, for example, not ideal, but it worked)
  7. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    Interesting ... what color are the pipes here? Omaha on December 8, 1923, according to wikipedia. And by the way .. As I understood, all (or most) ships of the Omaha class had anchor haws at some point altered, and they entered the war with haws similar to haws, which we see at Marblehead and Murmansk. In the game, after the recent patch, they left one model - 1923, if determined by the file name. In this case, the composition of the air defense of both corps relative to 1923 is modern. It would probably be more logical to leave the more modern version of the case, 1944. P.S. On the progress of updating the modification. I accidentally sent one post about Bayard to the topic of comrade USNA) ... There will be a few more works, mine and other comrades.
  8. Albrecht_Brandi

    [ALL] USNA_76's Paint Locker

    Corrected (redrawn one side, which the Company had symmetrical) the scheme of the cruiser Bayard. It uses a Measure 32 / 3D paint that the Company apparently saw on the Bougainville aviso. But on a ship with such an unusual silhouette, this scheme still looks unusual. The update will most likely be in the next patch. I'll probably add something else by then. P.S It's funny, but I was wrong with the topic. But perhaps in the future it will come in handy here as well. Sorry)
  9. Albrecht_Brandi

    [ALL] MM653's Musings

    hmm) it's sad that you can't export something from the games of one company without unnecessary tweaks) I also saw development trees from Legends in the screenshots, and I liked their minimalistic silhouettes of ships. I wonder how it would look in our game).
  10. Albrecht_Brandi

    [ALL] MM653's Musings

    Hey! The question is, how do you get the files from this game?) There I like the appearance of the branches of the development of ships with minimalistic silhouettes of ships .. I would like something like this in our game (although I think the Company will change this sooner or later, given that it already changed the appearance of ship modules and commander skills).
  11. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    This update is small. Added paint schemes for Black Swan: The Type 2 camouflage has a Black Swan color scheme. Type 5 camouflage has an Ibis color scheme. The texture of the destroyer Neustrashimiy has been changed. He now carries a tactical number. Updated modification with flags. Download links in 1 topic message. P.S. I did not have time to finish a couple of schemes. I will also update the archive with the gray textures of the Americans this week by adding tactical numbers for Des Moines and Midway. I played a little (a little time), so I hope I did not make critical mistakes and there will be no crashes).
  12. Albrecht_Brandi

    [ALL] USNA_76's Paint Locker

    For most ships, this is unfortunately impossible, since they have one turret model and, accordingly, one texture for these models. The company sometimes paints the turrets in different colors (like in Oklahoma, if I'm not mistaken), but for this they introduce different textures for the gun turrets. Unfortunately, this is not yet available to us.
  13. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    The camouflage file was redone again. Nothing critical. But it will be necessary to look better. Hope to change it by the weekend. P.S. I do not understand why it is needed) It seems that they were probably trying to organize the file, but most of the annotations were removed, which divided the file into * chapters * and helped to navigate. In addition, it didn't work out very well either - camouflages for events are mixed with blocks of standard national camouflages. The changes, in my opinion, are not for the better.
  14. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    Update. Changed Roman camouflage for Doria and Caracciolo. Andrea Doria is featured in his 1942 outline. The Caracciolo is based on the 1942 battleship Littorio. By the way. The permanent camouflage of the Caracciolo is similar to the Roman camouflage, as I didn't particularly like the standard camouflage. In the future, the Roman camouflage of Veneto will be changed (and probably Lepanto and Columbus - they are all a little more complicated). Added skins for Dresden and Kolberg. Type 2 camouflage has the standard pre-war coloration of these ships with marks on the pipes. Type 5 camouflage represents the pre-war ceremonial color of Dresden and the 1915 Kolberg color with a red chimney. Thank you Mailman653! Nothing could be done with Karlsruhe, since the structure of the game did not allow making the camouflage look the same for both hulls. A standard Admiralty scheme has been added for most of the UK tier 6-10 upgradeable ships. It remains to make a couple of destroyers for the complete set. Some camouflages were created using the work of KylerAdams. Thanks to him! Added type 5 camouflage for Weymouth and Caledon. These camouflages were created on the basis of USNA_76 works, which, in turn, were created on the basis of museum sketches of camouflages from the period of World War I for the cruisers Dublin and Caledon, respectively. In the future, I think it is worth adding camouflage colors for these ships that they used in reality. I think in a week I will update the mod, add and fix some things that I have not had time now. I hope everything goes without bugs).
  15. Albrecht_Brandi

    [0.10.4] Simply Grey Paint + Historical camouflage v1

    For testing purposes, I post the textures of Italians and Americans. Links below. Italians. Americans. These are the standard textures in which I have changed the saturation, making them more gray. Also for some ships I added modified mg-textures (they mainly paint the porthole covers).
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