Eugene Carr wrote:Jacob Cox in particular active from beginning to end of the war.
Eugene Carr wrote:I've done a few portraits for my own use but I dont have the patience or the touch to do them well which is why my hats off to those who can.
lukasberger wrote:Nice work Nikel, it looks great. Just one thing though, I do believe I've read that Cox had dark hair. I think these pics make it look like he did too. http://www.generalsandbrevets.com/ngc/cox.htm
The pic you have does make it look like his hair's blond but I think that's a trick of the lighting or something. So maybe, if I'm correct, you could make the hair dark? Other than that it beautiful, thanks!
lukasberger wrote:I'd love to have them if you were willing to share. Even if they aren't perfect they'd be better than nothing, at least until Jabber or Jackfox or even Nikel made something better. For sure they'd be better than anything I could do.
Eugene Carr wrote:Well dont speak too soon here are my so far unreplaced portraits ( Cadwalader was the first time I didnt anticipate Jabbers naming convention) they should go straight into a vanilla setup ok (but backup incase!). Includes such luminaries as Silas Casey and Benjamin Franklin Kelley.
Helps to put a face to the name even if it is a distorted waxlike face.
Nikel wrote:Thanks Jabber, you are very kind
OK, new version, black hair and an darker blue jacket
Can somebody test it and post an in-game screenshot? Thanks
Nikel wrote:lukasberger, Eugene Carr, thanks for the screenshots
The jacket seems a bit dark now and the head is huge and a bit descentered to the right in the map portrait. But if you are happy, better not to mess
Eugene Carr, that portrait looks strange, is it a coloured photograph?
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