Update 1.12.1: New Style Sets

During the third Common Test of Update 1.12.1, several new styling sets were added. Probably dedicated to the Asian server.

Celadon

Style treated as non-historical, valued at 1,250 gold. Available for vehicles of all nationalities and tiers.

Description:

— An all-season style inspired by Korean pottery art.

Traditional Korean Celadon has unique decorative elements. It is created using a unique technique of inlaying patterns on the surface of the celadon, known as Sanggam in Korean, that was developed in the 12th century. Korean potters engraved the surface of the celadon piece with the pattern and filled it with different colored clay to decorate it. Once the pieces dried out, they were covered with a celadon glaze that consisted of plant ash and finely crushed porcelain stone. The chemical composition of the glaze contained a small amount of iron oxide that created an unusual green tint after the pieces were fired.

Chinese Ceramics

Style treated as non-historical, valued at 1,750 gold. Available for vehicles of all nationalities and tiers.

Description:

— An all-season style inspired by the Chinese art of decorating ceramics.

White and blue ceramics became widely popular in China in the 14th century. To create ornaments, masters used a cobalt pigment that could withstand the extreme temperatures of firing. At the time, blue cobalt was very expensive and cost twice as much as gold. Each piece was hand-painted with a brush. This method of decorating ceramics had a profound influence on the cultural development of China and other countries.

Kimono

Style treated as non-historical, valued at 1,750 gold. Available for vehicles of all nationalities and tiers.

Description:

An all-season style inspired by Japanese national clothing.

A kimono is a long garment with wide sleeves that is worn with the left side wrapped over the right. It is tied around the waist with a wide belt called an obi, and may be worn with different traditional accessories and types of footwear. Men’s kimonos are usually made of muted colored cloth and don’t have decorative patterns, while women’s kimonos are usually more varied in color. It depends on the wearer’s preference, their mood, the current season, or the occasion.

9 thoughts on “Update 1.12.1: New Style Sets

  1. I like this much better than the food camo, I’d use the cranes and ceramic. That said some more historically plausible styles like Good Morning Vietnam would be welcome too.

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