TBH they look more from 16th-17th centuries instead of 15th.Focus Storia Wars, Jan 2020 article - Dracula
& his Army in defense of Europe against the Ottomans
Vlad III Tepes
The Moldovan army, Transylvanian recruit and Cavalryman serving John Hunyadi
Transylvanian stradioti and Black Army mercenary
Large Host (Oastea Mare), Moldovan, watchman and crossbowman
Small Host (Oastea Mică), Moldovan archer
just noticed what you were talking about. but there is a second janissary on the bottom left corner with eagle wings attached to his cap and no cavalry there. and the other cavalry doesn't have any shield at all anyway.This is Sultan Suleiman during the Battle of Mohacs, 1526. Süleymanname of 1558, Topkapi Saray Museum ms Hazine 1517.
The black wings may be on the slung, blue shield with gold pattern of the cavalryman at top-left. His green robe can be seen to the left of the Janissary in red coat firing his musket. But, the wings may belong to that Janissary.
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers
Seem you take me for some idiot when you answere.
Yes, I know .obj don't export rigging (been using .obj from early 90:s)
What other format? What software to export it? Point me in that direction if you know.
From Bannerlord, that is.
Not some rigging which will never work in Bannerlord, I can do that by myself.
Rigging=bend arm, leg, spine and so on = namned skeleton, joint and so on in different 3D software.
You should know what I mean.
the textures have infinite padding until they intersect, maybe that's what you refer to?Nice work! The UV seems a bit stressed but really nice work.
Rigging, you say it's "skinned to the Bannerlord skeleton".
Do you mean "skeletons" as rigging bones?
I have no idea where to find and implement bannerlords rigging in models.
what do you know about the game? a newbie bossing around, telling people crossbows are not priority? it is one of the core weapon systems that has been in the games since the earliest versions and we not being able to play with them is a serious problem. what's next? horses and swords are not important too?Yes I'm doing that. Crossbows aren't a priority, you'll get them eventually, maybe tomorrow, maybe not.
What bearing does that have on anything. It's not as if you're a dev. It just means you were born earlier. You just sound more or a **** now if you think that's important.
Do you want all those who registered new accounts to bow down to our veteran overlords
you registered 5 days ago and telling a guy who has been in the mount and blade community since 2006 what is necessary and what's not.Just because the ''necessary things'' aren't in the current patches doesn't mean they aren't working on the important issues, and the crossbow isn't one of them.
My reply is as necessary as your question.
''If you would like to experience everything that Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord has to offer, then we strongly encourage you to hold off on buying the game until the full-release.''
Now, if you're going to be an ass about some detail like crossbows, maybe you should consider going back to play Warband and come back when the devs are done with the game.
is your reply necessary? it seems devs need to be reminded of this bug since they have been ignoring it since the release, and fix stuff that doesnt need fixing.No, you'll be stuck with the same inaccessible crossbow for all your life. Do you feel like your question was necessary?