Discussion in 'Request Area' started by Pigzit, Sep 9, 2017.
Here's a picture incase you can't find it. http://imgur.com/a/8ZBeG
What about tank002?
tank002 is white though, also has different size and shape
Yes, exactly. Plus it should be fairly simple, right? Just a basic change of tint? The only reason I havn't done it myself is I don't know how and don't have the right software.
Personally I wouldn't worry about it, just cuz it's blue side doesn't mean it has to be 100% devoid of any shade of red.
I agree; red props can look good on BLU side.
Besides, I don't think this would even qualify as red. It seems like it gets its color from being rusty, not from being painted.
Ideally there should be enough room for asymmetry in detailing that not every single prop has to be perfectly mirrored on both sides anyway. Look at Granary, with its different styles of architecture, or Double Cross where a pile of crates on one side is an upturned truck full of sand on the other. To say nothing of how much flexibility you have once you get outside the field of play.
And I do feel like that's something we've have lost sight of. Almost all the successful community maps have had sides that are perfect copypastes of each other with the colors changed. Whether it's from the mapmaker getting tired of detailing at some point, or something competitive players demand, or maybe a little of both.
Point is, if you don't like the idea of a red tank on BLU's side, you shouldn't feel obligated to put one there. You can put something completely different there instead! As long as it's similar enough to not mess with the layout.
i was using this on bagel and originally it was fine cause i had blu detailing, but in doing the halloween artpass i made the area around it more neutral and realised that you can just replace it with different props that better fit blu aesthetic
(I used water_machinery4)
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