Unfortunately Tazz had a hard-drive crash towards
the end of construction and lost most of the credits for the skins. We tried as hard as we
could to find the names of the artists, but in the end we decided to release the pack and
credit the artists on this special page, once we got the info.
IF YOU ARE A CONTRIBUTOR OR SKIN ARTIST WHOSE WORK APPEARS IN THIS
PACK, EMAIL CHYREN
AND YOU WILL BE CREDITED ON THIS PAGE IMMEDIATELY.
We apologise for this, but it was a technical problem beyond our control. It also explains
why the release of BFP2.1 was delayed.
At JKMAG, crediting authors and editors is our highest priority.
Of the Artists we know that contributed:
AL MCDONALD, one of the most talented Skin Artists for JK, contributed all of the new
STAR WARS EPISODE 1 skins, apart from "Marc's Maul". We included both his Darth Maul and Marc
Sauve's, because we thought you'd all like a choice! (You can never have enough Darth Maul!)
Many of Al's skins in this pack are versions you cannot get anywhere else, and we're grateful
for his work.
Al also supplied the new ANH Tusken Raider skin, the Biker Scout, Palpatine, Nien Nunb,
Crix Madine, Rebel Commander, AT-ST driver, the Royal Guard and the Rebel Pilot skins.
You can find more of Al's great skins at this site:
Al McDonald's Jedi Knight Skin Site
AZLON, genius creator of the spectacular MANOWAR mods 1 & 2, contributed the new
updated Jedi Luke Skywalker skin, as well as Legion, from Manowar2, and Vanguard from
Manowar3. Azlon also provided construction advice for the pack. You can find the Manowar mods
CUDA, one of the other great creative skinners in the community who gave us such great
icons as Max and not to mention the warrior R5 skin, added to his irreplaceable characters
with Dark Max, and an updated version of the original Max.
CX_Crimson_Sentinel made the awesome Venom skin. That's one way-cool skin right
there, folks. We want to apologise to CX_Crimson_Sentinel for missing out his name from the
Readme credits, but Venom is one of our favorites and will definitely make it to BFP3 with
FMU_Emperor made the excellent Y-Wing Pilot skin. Apologies to FMU_Emperor for missing
his name from the JK version readme.
GoZ_SpaceBoy made the fantastic Iron Man skin. This is another skin we are really glad to
have in the pack because of it's obvious quality, but GoZ_Spaceboy is another one of the guys
we unfortunately didn't credit in the Readme, and yet again we're really sorry.
You can check out more of GoZ studio's amazing editing work here:
GAMERX64 contributed the Stone Cold Steve Austin skin. We couldn't add the sounds that
came with it for size considerations, but maybe next time!
MARC SAUVE, an artist who produces a dedicated line of absolutely accurate Star Wars
Expanded Universe Skins, as well as hosts of others, generously contributed his Darth Maul
skin as well. We thank Marc for this, as he usually does not allow his work to appear in
skinpacks such as this.
You can download more of Marc's brilliant work here:
Jedi Editing Academy
The JK Version
TAZZ constructed 99% of the pack. It was his baby
for a long time. Full credit for it's inception and work must go to him. Please check out
Tazz's other great mod, Rogue Squadron CTF.
Chyren added some sounds and the Episode 1 skins. He also tweaked a few
things here and there, but nothing major. Chyren is the current JKMAG webmaster, and did all
the graphics and construction for these pages.
CUDA (aka Hemi-Cuda) who is one of the artists who contributed to the
original pack, is the dude who put the pack into the smooth install module for ease of use.
JKMAG also relied on him for expert pack construction advice (he being the maker of several
brilliant skinpacks). 2.1 could not have gone ahead without him.
The MotS Version
BAR TENDER deserves a huge round of applause for the MotS version. Without Bar, there
wouldn't be a MotS version. He fixed a few things, added sounds and sorted out the sound
classes for the pack, since they are completely different in MotS, and took on the awesome task
with nary a complaint.
CUDA once again put together the awesome install module. What more could you want? How
easy do you want installing to be?
Replaced and Fixed Skins from BFP2