By now you probably know that TF2 is going to have a new skin shader pack this week.
TF2 Cosmetic will be giving away the first 3 weeks of the skin shader packs this week for free, and we got the chance to try some of the first batches of the new skin shaders this week in the latest edition of the TF2: Aesthetic Update.
First, let’s take a look at what we’re getting.
This skin shader looks pretty similar to the original skin shader, but it’s not entirely consistent.
There are some small changes to the texture and a slight tint to the skin.
There’s also some texture overlap with the skin, but there are no differences between the old and new skin textures.
Here are the main differences between both the old skin shader and the new shader:Old SkinShaderNew SkinShadersBoth of these skins are pretty close in terms of quality.
Both of these shaders look good.
Both have the same amount of detail.
The old shader does a better job of blending the skin tones, but the new one does a lot better of it.
There is a bit of a blur to the old shader in the lower right corner, and a noticeable shift in the white balance at the bottom right corner.
The new shader also has a slightly smoother gradient that can make it appear darker.
The difference between the new and old shader is pretty big, though.
The original shader looks better than both of the newer shaders, and the old one is much less accurate.
This is partly because the old shaders shading is a little smoother than the newer ones, but also because the new shaders are more accurate.
In the end, it looks like the old skins shader is slightly better than the new ones.
In this case, we also got to try the old version of the shader, which is actually the same shader we got to play with in the previous edition.
This version was a bit rougher looking, and there was a lot of aliasing.
Still, it did a great job blending the white and grey tones in the old game.
The new shader is much better looking.
The texture on the old model is slightly smoother, and it has a smoother gradient on the top left corner.
The effect looks a bit smoother in person.
We still got a lot more aliasing in this shader.
We can also see a slight shift in how much white the skin is, but this isn’t noticeable in person as it’s very slight.
It’s a bit too smooth for a very subtle effect, though, so we’re happy that the texture on this shader is a good approximation of the original shader.
In all, it’s pretty hard to say which shader is better, but I think it’s clear that the new texture shaders work better in practice.
The difference is a slight bit of blending on the skin and a few changes to color.
This isn’t as good as the old texture shader, and I think the newer shader is the better one for a general look.
The old shader still looks a little rough.
In fact, the old textures shader looks much better than this new one.
In terms of details, there’s less aliasing, the gradient is smoother, the white is more evenly distributed, and things like shadows look a little more detailed.
It looks a lot nicer in person, too.
The gradient is a lot smoother in the new textures shader.