Modding Discussion Village Re-skin

Discussion in 'Mods' started by SgtPineapple1st, Mar 9, 2016.

  1. SgtPineapple1st

    SgtPineapple1st Subatomic Cosmonaut

    So I have an odd fascination with Germany. On this notion, I have decided to retexture the entire town in a more classical Germanic style. For now it will simply be a reskin with everything staying in their current locations, but if possible, I would like to change the entire layout of the town to reflect the style.

    Visual Example:

    There's a lot of possibility in redesigning the look of the village. Storm API will help with implementing retextures.

    For a nice relaxing place to talk about modding #stardew-modding on
      Last edited: Mar 10, 2016
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    • Greenxblack164

      Greenxblack164 Scruffy Nerf-Herder

      Ohh I like it! Good luck!
      • SgtPineapple1st

        SgtPineapple1st Subatomic Cosmonaut

        Thank you.
        • Baromeus

          Baromeus Scruffy Nerf-Herder

          Nice project, i like those half timbered houses (Fachwerkhäuser). btw. your facination isn't odd.

          good luck with it, i will definitly watch this
          • SgtPineapple1st

            SgtPineapple1st Subatomic Cosmonaut

            I now also have the urge for a Fallout/Wasteland re-skin...
            • superfranky

              superfranky Poptop Tamer

              Great idea! Looking forward to it!
              • tjess78

                tjess78 Orbital Explorer

                I would appreciate a Sweden-Mod :)
                - wooden Houses in typical colours like faluröd (traditional red colour), yellow, pastel blue
                - Flagpoles with swedish flag
                - modified Events (Christmas = Jul, Easter= Påsk and so on), new Events like Lucia (13. December, annual candlelit Lucia procession), Midsommar (21. June, with Midsommar Tree), Kräftskiva ( August, Crayfish Party)
                • LeafeonTea

                  LeafeonTea Space Hobo

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