@krzychuzokecia: Is there any specific equipment you
need photos of? I'll see if I can do some research.
Glad to hear you are working with Vilas & using Sanctuary's
excellent & open WW4 resources for your project's models.
@Sanctuary: Thanks for taking the time to do this - I
really appreciate it
I'll try to do something worthwhile with them as soon as I
figure out a bit more about model editing & texture swapping
in O2 & TexView.
No thanks, at this moment I'm discovering it by myself, and it's my favourite part of addon-making But maybe later, who knows?
Thank you very much! Maybe it won't be useful for regular soldiers of PKW-Irak, but similar caps are used by BOR - Government Protection Bureau. Maybe we'll make them in future?
Thanks pal, good to have you back
At the time being I've baccalaureate exams in school. They'll took whole May. So I don't have enough time for OFP, unfortunately. But in June I'll get myself together. I hope that when Miho is back, we'll finish everything faster
Today it's 8th anniversary of Battle for City Hall - siege of government building in the city of Karbala, which was defended by Polish and Bulgarian soldiers as a part of international operation Iraqi Freedom. Outnumbered, and left without any supplies in the middle of rebellion, they won, without any casualties. Unfortunately this glorious episode is still unknown.
To mark this anniversary I want to present to you some screenshots of our work. Note that they don't represent actual state of the mod! Some of you might know these models from this news at ofpr.info. Since then I was working hard on the mod, and fixed some mistakes in models, not to mention completely new textures for units. I hope that I'll be able to prepare release in April and you'll like it!
And now for pictures...
First, very old (September 2011) model of Beryl B, known as Beryl 2004, improved version made for our forces in Iraq.
Then improved Beryls from February 2012, as you can see I'd highlighted changes.
And last but not least: PKM and UKM-2000P, completely new models based on WW4 Mod version of AKM74's Pulemyot.
That's all for the time being. See you soon folks!
Karbala 2004 Mod
Last edited by krzychuzokecia; Apr 6 2012 at 12:17.