A German Trench is met with a flamethrower. [A crappy flame edit]

http://filesmelt.com/dl/trenchfire2.jpg

Well I did my best, but I still do not know how to make flames from scratch out of GIMP. On the partial, positive side I managed to put the plasma to good use I hope.

Advice and tips on flames are more than welcome.

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LT Mark’s Edit

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ttam’s

Flames look beautiful, although they could do with a bit more saturation. Your main problem here is the landscape. I don’t know WW2 trenches to be out in the middle of an empty grassland. Clutter it up.

Why does the British soldier have a German flammenwerfer.

You never do have any flexibility when it comes to seeing a CoH prop being put into a more, broader image huh??

Crappy flame… I THINK NOT!

It prolly would have made more sense with the american flamethrower…

well you could atleast give them the M2.
YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT THEM JERRYS DO TO THEIR LEFT BEHIND WEAPONS

It’s World War 1, you’ll never know what they were making back in the day.

I can’t find any good flame tutorials either, waiting for V-Mans, which IDK when it will happen.

a flammenwerfer

it werfs flammen

make the fire darker, i thought it was fuzz at first

holy shit stop being an asshole

his was good criticism, this is just dickfuckery

http://img97.imageshack.us/img97/5175/wwsomme00044.jpg

I fail, I need new fire, tell me bout it.

Any other protips for GIMP?

Yay, Company of Heroes German flammenwerfer! :v:

Nice pose, and some good edits too.

Where is everyone getting these WW1 models? I can’t find them anywhere.

Day of Defeat Source.

What? No.

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http://www.facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=613645

Just to quell the accusations of the flamethrower being German there’s a few photos in this video that the Allies used a similar weapon.

The flamethrower effects is quite good, but I don’t like the fire on the soldiers.