- Mar 25, 2012
The one you show us up there's really great! Nice work!
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I'm not sure. But unfortunately I think that it's not possible to add more frames to the headgear layer :/
So I should just use the arab facial features and change the hue of the faces to a lighter one?
You can, up to 26/27 frames. You just have to make sure to edit portraits.gfx and portrait_properties.txt to include it. In my original thread regarding the subject, the pictures I showed were from added frames, not from replacements or a new set. At that point, I hadn't figured out how to make a whole new set yet.
It depends on what you mean by "Persians," because there are a lot of different types in the area, from Gilaki, Azeris, Kurds, Baluchis, etc. Then, in northwestern Persia, you had alternating Kurds, Armenians, and Caucasus people who slowly mingled with Oghuz Turks to become Azeris, etc.
Perhaps it would be better then to seperate some of the cultures? I don't know alot about defining characteristis about groups of people, and I haven't really the time to do more research, so I am very apprehensive about editing them anyway. I just felt that the cumans were wrongly being depiced as arabic, and someone suggested that turks should also use the cuman faces in another thread. And, well, the africans were quite easily thrown together with some hue changes..
Berbers, do have some people who physically resemble Italians or Spaniards. The Tuareg to the south should have some Malian features due to cultural intermingling and assimilation of the Tuareg ikelan/elkan (slave) class.
I found a bug with this and I really wish I'd taken a screenshot now -- it was the wife of the Emperor of Ethiopia and she had no face at all, it was just a black canvas with weird lines. It looked like a TV trying to find a signal.
I'm using this mod and looks like it's working fine, except for the helmets, I didn't see any of these but the vanilla...
You have something about a modular file structure under the "in the next version" section. As a fellow modder, I'm curious what this covers...
I think I have found a bug with your mod.
I am currently playing as the duke of Leinster, and every time he goes out commanding troops on the battlefield, his haircut changes.
Then the haircut goes back to normal when the troops are dismissed.
I tried to load the game without your mod, and there is no problem.