I resized and changed several parts from pictures from the site www.shipbucket.com/ for use with the Ship Picture Generator. This should give the generated images the Shipbucket look in miniature. First Version is mainly intended for WW2-style Battleships. I recommend manually placing Turrets and Funnels.
Authors with their pictures are credited in a file in the downloaded folder. Should this project not be in conflict with the Creative-Commons License used by Shipbucket and be somewhat popular I will probably also eventually cover Carriers, Cruisers and older ships.
Post by garrisonchisholm on Jun 18, 2019 11:56:52 GMT -5
When I played RTW1 I always made a profile for every ship, even though the on-average 10-minute slow-down was a big speedbump to my play style. When I started testing RTW2 I stopped, simply because I needed to get through as much game as possible, though I found that with 6 draw lines instead of 4 that the top-down views were adequate to my mind. Shipbucket designs are pretty enough that I would be tempted to start making profiles again, what hmssophia is doing for tortugapower is worthy of wall art.