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Author Topic: I.A.D Armor (WIP)  (Read 2197 times)


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I.A.D Armor (WIP)
« on: January 01, 2017, 05:11:04 PM »

undergoing Icarus Armament Division armor project.

The helm is finished with more or less light variants. I progress slowly on the remaining armor parts of the set because of irl activities :/ so don't wait it for a while, or partially.

! Advertive ! For character without hear (until devs allow to hide hairs for custom armor)

Helms + Visors combinations:

Helm A (V) & B (Flat) ->      N°1, 2, 3 and 4 visors and variants.
Helm C and variant ->        N°6 visor and variant.
Helm D and variant ->        N°7 visor and variant.
Helm E ->                           N°2 visor. (reinforced faceguard)
Helm F ->                           N°2 visor. (reinforced faceguard)
Helm G ->                           N°8 visor.
Helm H ->                           N°10 visor.
Helm I and variant ->          N°9 visor and variant.
Helm K ->                           N°11 visor and variant.

Visors colors:
(Default) visor use orange material.
b visors use glowing blue materials. (interesting to use for smalest one)
g visors use the same grey steel material used for the armor. For armored helms.

Visors are decoration separate from the helm, that make them easier to paint or for changing material, they also look more sharp than on a full helm.

 Edit: Helm ulpoaded to Steam workshop
« Last Edit: January 02, 2017, 09:18:53 PM by XxIcarusxx »


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Re: I.A.D Armor (WIP)
« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2017, 04:20:42 AM »

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Re: I.A.D Armor (WIP)
« Reply #2 on: January 15, 2018, 02:30:46 PM »

Decent armor is hard to make.  Really nice job.  Are you able to tweak the armor values by maximizing the materials?  Most armor is really clunky, so I don't wear it because it doesn't move well.  If the defensive values are high enough, I would use them.  I didn't realize that there were multiple slots for the head... I thought you could only wear one piece at a time.  It is very interesting that you can wear a helmet and a visor at the same time.  Again, good job figuring that out.  I would download it just to see how you did that.