springfield m1903a4 reskin

10-04-2003, 11:36 AM
I was wondering if someone could reskin the Springfield 1903A4 sniper rifle because the default skin leaves a lot to be desired. I tried Dillinger's reskin but the wood texture is too light and the stripper clip is still that yellow, unrealistic color from the default.

Here is an image of what I'm looking for... good luck.

10-08-2003, 02:12 PM
Surprised no one has commented on the idea... anyone?

10-08-2003, 07:48 PM
look, first of all in nearly all of your requests, they're vaque and unclear. "it leaves alot to be desired". ok, that's your opinion. What would you like changed? you never really specify what it is you want done. you suggest that you want a really dark version of the springfield, but there are plenty out there, and you're not happy with any of them? which brings me to my second point; with all the skins and models you have problems with, wouldn't it be worth it to you to invest in paintshop pro, or photoshop or something? I'd guess that you'd probably be happier with the results anyhow.

10-08-2003, 09:55 PM
I had enough modding with MOHAA and I only did that for a short time. If my requests seem vague, then I will better specify what I am looking for in the Springfield rifle. Use Dillinger's Springfield Reskin as a base... from there, do the following:

- Try to match the wood texture and color in image below
- Darken and make the metal areas more "crisp"
- Reskin the stripper clip to normal high res texture like below

Thats all. You can download Dillinger's reskin at the Editing Center.

Here is the visual aide again...

10-08-2003, 11:02 PM
how about this...

10-11-2003, 04:28 PM
the only thing i like about it is the wood texture... it looks nice on the springfield rifle. i dont like the way it is originated and i dont like the way the scope looks. the metal looks too blocky and needs to be sharpened. i think that whatever the modders did to the kar lately (made it look a lot more detailed) they should do to the springfield and other weapons.

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