While I do love the fancy parade dress sported by many (cavarly) regiments in this era, La belle Alliance is more campaign-based. Meaning, for example, less fancy plumes, braid and fuss.
The Kurtka was often word buttoned over left-over-right, which meant that the blue labels would be on the inside, with only a stripe of blue still noticeable on the left. This to protect the labels against foul weather. Just before battle, however, it wasn't uncommon for the men to quickly change it back.
I ain't Kochi. I get straight to the point. Maybe ill be fancy with the chasseurs a cheval.
But yeah Here it is!
Please make a folder called Back-up
In your Napoleonic Wars folder. And copy paste French_Shakos.dds from (Hard drive letter here)...Programs\Steam\steamapps\common\mountblade warband\Modules\Napoleonic Wars\Textures and paste that in your back up folder.
Any bugs, tell me. And don't forget! Take a picture of your adventure!
I've decided to work on some Revolutionary Uniforms (American War of Independence). I've edited AoFI uniforms. So credits to shredorz for the models and uv map.
It's my first time doing folds/creases. It's Work In Progress.
So I continue:
(Ignore the armpit. Im still working on it)
I'm open for criticism
Edit: Forgot to mention: The before picture was already customized to my liking. And the buttons are from Napoleonic Wars.