Mauws' Custom Paint Jobs [Alpha Pack]

License: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

Game Version: 1.4.1

Downloads: 2,115

Author: Mauws

Mod Website: Forum Thread

Followers: 40

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NOTICE: MCPJ requires ModuleManager in order to work, and it is NOT included.

Mauws' Custom Paint Jobs makes use of KSP's new Variant Switcher feature to add several colored textures to the game.

In MCPJ the textures are identified as Paint Jobs. A Paint Job may be either a texture of a single base color or a variant of it. The variants are composed by the base color of a Paint Job + an alternative secondary color and/or custom details.

This is my first time modding and my first time making textures. Despite the overall quality of the Paint Jobs be limited by my lack of texturing skills, I really hope they are good enough to provide you with as much fun as I designed them to do.

Currently MCPJ adds 12 Paint Jobs (6 unique colors with one variant for a few parts each) to almost 50 parts, most of those are Aerodynamic parts, such as wings and nose cones. The currently available Paint Jobs are listed below:

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Version 0.1 for Kerbal Space Program 1.4.1

Released on 2018-03-15

First release.

12 Paint Jobs (6 unique colors with one variant for a few parts each) to almost 50 parts:

  • Cargo Blue
  • Danger Red
  • Kerbal Green
  • Kerbol Yellow
  • Starman Purple
  • Test Orange

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