Coloured EVA and IVA Suits for KSP 1.5

License: CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0

Game Version: 1.5.1

Downloads: 172

Author: gordonfpanam

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Coloured EVA and IVA Suits for KSP 1.5, CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0 Inspired by GregroxMun's Coloured EVA and IVA Suits from KSP 1.2 Based on Omega482's Class Colour Suits for KSP 1.5, CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0 Requires KSP 1.5 or later, TextureReplacer 3.3 or later for KSP 1.5

A recoloured suit pack to replace GregroxMun's Coloured Suits that no longer work correctly on KSP 1.5 and later, due to the EVA suit redesign. The suit pack includes all of the base colours and all of the veteran suits with different colour trim, but doesn't include the WinterHolidaySuit or PimpkinsForOktuuber suit. This should otherwise act as a drop-in replacement for the pre-KSP 1.5 suits.

It doesn't include any logos, but you can add your own by editing the small rectangular patch that stands alone in the texture. The EVA packs still bear the mission flag.

Unlike previous KSP editions, the 1.5 suit texture includes the helmet. It does not include the EVA pack or EVA parachute though, so you can add these. The EVA Visor is not included in these, so you can add your own visor textures.

To use this suit pack, drop the contents of GameData/TextureReplacer/Suits/ into your game's GameData/TextureReplacer/Suits/ folder. They should then be selectable from within Texture Replacer's interface at the KSC scene.

Version 1.0 for Kerbal Space Program 1.5.1

Released on 2018-11-24

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