Crackdtoothgrin's Graphical Goodies for CKII
Releases and downloads in second post!!!
Steppe Faces v1.5 (Released 12/27/2013) | CKII v2.03 Compatible (SoI/LoR/Republic/SoA Compatible)
Description (Steppe Faces v1.5):
This mod replaces the standard graphics set for the Cumans, Pechenegs, and Turks. It also gives them proper COAs representing the appropriate tamgas for the Cumans and Pechenegs. It also expands the Cuman culture set with more and more accurate names. Version 1.5 is for 2.03.
The goal is to introduce historical accuracy and variety into the portrait system, accuracy into the COAs and period-appropriate naming conventions for various cultures.
Adds hand-created portrait sets for various cultures, and corrects COAs, and adds correct names and naming conventions.
Version 1.5 Released 12/27/2013!!!
Better Klobuk v1.1 (Released 11/21/13) | CKII v2.01 Compatible (SoI/LoR/Republic/SI/TOG/SoA Compatible)
Description (Better Klobuk v1.1):
This replaces the default Patriarchal headgear for Orthodox religious characters with a Klobuk. It replaces the "Halloween Costume" Pagan Hood with one from the Default Western set. It has the new Rabbi headgear from Sons of Abraham.
Stated goal is to replace the anachronistic headgear with a period-appropriate Klobuk, themed around a Greek-centered interpretation. Software limitations prevent me from much more specificity. I also removed the goofy skull-hood with a plain hood.
Adds a Klobuk for Orthodox characters. Replaces the Pagan hood with a plain black hood.
Version 1.1 Released 11/21/2013.
Comments, questions, concerns are appreciated.
As a side-note: I do not mind integration of my material into existing mods, on the condition that I am attributed as the creator. Plus, as favor (if you use something), let me know if there is a problem with any of the content. I was finding it unsettling to see people crediting others for my work, or complaining about mistakes or errors in threads I did not track. Makes it difficult to modify your work if you aren't updated to any problems with the materials. It's also nice to know when people like and want to use your stuff. Regards, -Crackd.