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Bluehawk
Bluehawk Mar 24 2013, 9:42pm says: Online

Does the range finder match the bullet drop?

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Millenia
Millenia Mar 24 2013, 9:44pm replied:

No frigging clue :P

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Clear_strelok
Clear_strelok Mar 24 2013, 10:11pm says:

It seems strange that the scope seems to cast a shadow on the transparent part of the screen. But apart from that, that's pretty refreshing.

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Millenia
Millenia Mar 24 2013, 10:14pm replied:

I went for an out of focus kinda effect.

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Clear_strelok
Clear_strelok Mar 24 2013, 10:14pm says:

By the way, are you using a Render for this texture as Gnomus did for his own scopes, or is it 100% handmade ?

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Millenia
Millenia Mar 24 2013, 10:15pm replied:

It's a render of the PSO-1 we use on all the models so it should be more than fitting, heh. No point in reinventing the wheel :P

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[TZP]LoNer1
[TZP]LoNer1 Mar 25 2013, 2:13am says:

Looking good, but there are some crits here and there.

The misery dev. group did something similar, but we went for the realistic approach and used 1:1 scope crosshairs from real life (and our bullet drop works) and this indeed is the PSO-1 scope's crosshair, but it's kinda "big" for the scope. As in, it has a 30 to 50px margin from the inner sides of the scope. Also, the green is really nice but it will blend in too much when used with NVG's, so you might try a lightish (dark will also blend with the purple nvg's) purple tint. Purple is near nowhere used in game and will really pop out of any background :)

PM me if you want some crosshairs to look at, i've got dozen different kinds of crosshairs, including 'animated' ones ;)

Cheers

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Daemonion
Daemonion Mar 25 2013, 12:01pm replied:

Thanks for the feedback, Loner!

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Stealth-Killer
Stealth-Killer Mar 25 2013, 5:58am says:

Damn, if you could make the rangefinder work, i'll love you forever man!

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Whipped up a quickie for the PSO-1. Might still change it. Haven't really done anything like this before, heh.

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