Because you're only getting one side of the coin. The guys posting these skins here are mostly kids with an average of 10 up to 16 years old. Basically 75% of Turkish players on this game, and I'm not even exagerating. Now if you dwelve deeper into the S2 drifting community, you'll find some awesome Turkish skinners. It's more about the age of the players than their nationnality. Then of course there is the usual skins with the Turkish flag, as patriotism is extremely developped in Turkey. But damn me, the Turkish flag looks damn awesome and can be greatly valorized on a well-done skin.
Kinda disagree on the patriotism part. I mean, patriotism is present on EVERY country, except that if its from a certain country its good but if its USA's or European its bad and intolerant (I don't agree with this type of logic, but you know, XXI people offended by anything).
Either way I don't have any type of problem on these people making these skins at all, just giving out an opinion (maybe a bit harsh, but that doesn't invalidate it). They are just ugly for me, which doesn't mean they can't make them nor stop doing these skins. Maybe it also depends on the effort someone puts into these skins. It's not the same the effort skinners here put onto them, than just a casual doing one. Who knows, maybe they get into skinning, just like me. As with everything not everyone will like your work. I started the same way these people did, making those type of skins, but with time I started to like replicating liveries on LFS cars. I enjoy it, its also a way for me to kill time, and of course headaches when stripes don't fit because skin stretching, specially on the lovely FZ5
I oveshoot the corner a bit too fast with only specifying on "turks" tho.
Indeed. But I specified "extremely" in my message. So much that even a lot of Turkish youngsters are already quite the patriots, more than in a lot of country in the world; which says a lot as in our current time the young tends to be exposed to the rest of the world a lot more than before thanks to the internet, and so cares less and less about nationnal pride. It's mostly seniors that are patriotic nowadays. I've been to Turkey a couple times but it's really just a question of time before you won't see the Turkish flag on every goddam grocery store in Turkey, haha.
Anyway we're on a skin thread I believe, let's end our little discussion here