Ingame skins

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Vehicle skins are unlockable liveries for aircraft/ships/tanks which are gained by completing particular objectives in them. Some can be obtained by achieving a certain amount of air kills, ground kills, kills on certain maps, or in certain theatres of war. Alternatively they can be purchased for golden eagles. These skins are a way in which players can display their achievements to others whilst fighting and make their aircraft more unique. As usual decals can be added in the customization window.

Aircraft

Japan

  • A6M2 Reisen: "V-103" camouflage, Pilot - Saburo Sakai, Tainan Kokutai, Bali Island, Indonesia, February 1942
  • G8N1 Renzan: Red Orange camouflage, August 1945
  • G8N1 Renzan: Dark Green, Japan, beginning of 1945
  • G8N1 Renzan: Yellow Orange (USAF) camouflage, Wright-Patterson, USA, 1947
  • H6K4: Pre-war camouflage
  • Ki-200 Shusui: Prototype for Naval Testing, Yokoku, 7 July 1945
  • Ki-45 hei Toryu: Standard Dark Green camouflage with tail insignia of 1st Chutai, 27th Sentai, Philippines, beginning of 1945
  • Ki-45 hei Toryu: USAAF camouflage with tail insignia of Reconnaissance Technical Squadron
  • Ki-45 hei Toryu: Bicolour Grey camouflage with tail insignia of 71st Dokuritsu Chutai, Kallang, Singapore, August 1945
  • Ki-45 ko Toryu: Standard Dark Green camouflage with tail insignia of 21st Sentai, Burma, October 1942
  • Ki-45 otsu Toryu: Bicolour Grey camouflage with tail insignia of 1st Chutai, 21st Sentai, Burma, 1942
  • Ki-45 otsu Toryu: Standard Dark Green camouflage with tail insignia of 5th Sentai (1944-1945 version), Kamachi, Japan, end of 1944
  • Ki-49-I Donryu: French Indochina, 61st Sentai, beginning of 1944
  • Ki-49-IIa Donryu: "Wavy" camouflage of 95th Sentai with insignia of 95th Sentai, Papua New Guinea, 1943
  • Ki-49-IIb Donryu: 2nd Chutai, 74th Sentai camouflage with insignia of 2nd Chutai, 74th Sentai, Philippines, 1944-1945
  • Ki-49-IIb Donryu/Late: 62nd Sentai, 3rd Chutai camouflage with insignia of 62nd Sentai, 3rd Chutai, Burma, Summer 1944
  • Ki-61-I otsu Hien: 1st Chutai, 78th Sentai camouflage with insignia of 1st Chutai, 78th Sentai, 1943-1944

USA

  • A-20G-30: Unicolor camouflage, 1943
  • B-25J-1: USAAF camouflage with insignia of 321st Bomber Regiment, USAAF, Italy, 1945
  • B-25J-1: RAAF camouflage
  • P-40E-1: 112th Squadron RAF, Curtiss Kittyhawk Mk.Ia, Sergeant-pilot H.G Burney, 239th Wing, 112th Squadron RAF, Libya, May 1942
  • P-40E-1: 76th FS USAAF "White 104", flown by Major Edward F. Rector, CO of the 76th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group, Kweilin, China, July 1942
  • P-40E-1: "White 106" with insignia of Chinese Air Force, P40E-1 Kittyhawk, Loiwing/Baoshan, China, April - May 1942
  • P-40E-1: 94th Squadron RAF P-40 Kittyhawk I, flown by Sergeant 'Eddie' Edwards, 94th Squadron RAF, Gasr el Arid, Libya, 20th March 1942
  • P-40E-1: 112th Squadron RAF P-40 Kittyhawk I, flown by Flying Officer Neville Duke, 112th Squadron RAF, LG 139 Gambut Main, Libya, 14th February 1942
  • P-40E-1: 3rd Squadron RAAF P-40 Kittyhawk I, flown by Flight Lieutenant 'Nicky' Barr, 3rd Squadron RAAF, Sidi Haneish, Egypt, March 1942
  • P-40E-1: "Gloria Lyons" camouflage, RNZAF P-40N-20 Kittyhawk, flown by Officer Adams, 18th Squadron, RNZAF, June 1944
  • P-40E-1: "Wairarapa Wild Cat" camouflage, RNZAF P-40M, flown by Flying Officer Geoffrey Fisken, 14th Squadron, RNZAF, Guadalcanal, Summer 1943
  • P-40E-1: 75th Squadron RAAF P-40E (Kittyhawk Ia), flown by Flight Lieutenant Les Jackson, 75th Squadron RAAF, Port Moresby, New Guinea, April 1942
  • P-40E-1: "Checkertail shark" camouflage, attributed to 1st Lt George P. Novotny (8 kills), 8th AF, 325th FG, 317th FS
  • P-63A-10: USAAF camouflage, P-63A-10-BE, serial number 42-70255, USAAF, 1944
  • PBY-5a Catalina: Late camouflage pattern from 1940 with insignia from 1942

Germany

  • Arado 234B-2: Special Camouflage (March, 1945)
  • Bf 109-E3: II./JG 53: Camouflage (Autumn 1939- Summer, 1940)
  • Bf 109-E3: Stab III./JG 53:Camouflage (Standard bicolor camouflage pattern. Messerschmitt BF 109-E3 from Stab III./JG 53 "Pik As" with tactical insignia of the Squadron Werner Molders, France. Late Spring - Early summer 1940.)
  • Bf 109 F-4: III./JG 5 : Camouflage (Finland , Summer, 1942)
  • Bf 109 F-4: III./JG 53: Camouflage (Channel Front, March, 1943)
  • Bf 109 F-4: JG 54 ( Flown by Luftwaffe Captain Hans Philipp, I./JG 54 Commander, Krasnogvardeisk, March, 1942)
  • Bf 109 F-4: JG 52 "Yellow 1" ( Flown by Lt. Hermann Graf, Kharkov-Rogan airfield, May, 1942)
  • Bf 109 F-4: JG 54 "White 5" ( Flown by Luftwaffe Corporal Gerhard Raimann, Siverskaya, May, 1942)
  • Bf 109 G-10: I./JG 27 (Austria, Winter 1944)
  • Bf 109 G-2/trop: Summer Camouflage, I./JG 77 (Sicily, October, 1942)
  • Bf 109 G-2/trop: 6./JG 27, "Yellow 8", Trapani, Sicily, June, 1943
  • Bf 109 G-2/trop: 6./JG 53, "Yellow 6", Sicily, first half of 1943
  • Bf 109 G-6: II./JG 52 Camouflage, Caucasus, Summer-Autumn, 1942
  • Bf 109 K-4: 8./JG 3 Camouflage, Austria, Spring 1945
  • Bf 110 C-4: 3./ZG 26 Camouflage, Battle of Britain, Summer, 1940
  • Bf 110 C-4: ZG26 Camouflage, "Horst Wessel", Sicily, 1940
  • Do 217 E-2: France, 1943
  • Do 217 J-1: Regia Aeronautica Camouflage, Treviso, Italy, 1943
  • Fw 190 A-5/U2: Eastern Front, 1943
  • Fw 190 A-5/U2: "Black 1", Fw 190 A-4 flown by Ober-Lieutenant Horst Hanning, 2./JG 2 Captain, Triqueville, May 1943
  • Fw 190 A-5/U2: "Blue 12". Fw 190 A-8/R8 flown by Major Walther Dahl, JG 300 Commander, Illesheim, June 1944

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Italy

  • CR.42 Falco: Belgium, 1940
  • M.C.202 Folgore: Eastern Front camouflage, 1943
  • SM.79 Sparviero (1936): Fancoist Air Force camouflage, Spain, 1937
  • SM.79 Sparviero (1936): Standard bicolour camouflage, Sardinia, 1941
  • SM.79 Sparviero (1937): Standard tricolour camouflage, Sicily, 1940
  • SM.79 Sparviero (1937): Standard bicolour camouflage, Spain, 1938
  • SM.79 Sparviero (1939): African bicolour camouflage, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, 1940
  • SM.79 Sparviero (1941): Standard unicolour camouflage, Sicily, 1942
  • SM.79 Sparviero (1941): Standard tricolour camouflage with insignia of 281st Division, 132nd Regiment, Rhodes, 1941
  • SM.79bis Sparviero/Late: Standard unicolour(ANR)camouflage with insignia of the Italian Social Republic Air Force, 1944

Britain

  • Blenheim Mk IV: 54th Training Squad camouflage with insignia of the 54th Training Squad RAF, Summer 1941
  • Blenheim Mk IV: Egypt, 1942, bicolour tropical camouflage, Aircraft serial number V6083, tactical number FV-B, 18th Squadron RAF, Egypt, 1942
  • Fury Mk I: Standard RAF camouflage with a tail insignia of 43rd Squadron RAF, Great Britain, September 1938
  • Fury Mk II: SAAF camouflage with insignia of 1st Squadron SAAF, Kenya, East Africa, 1942
  • Hellcat Mk I: 1844th Squadron RAF, Fleet Air Arm, HMS Indomitable, Sumatra Island, Indonesia, Summer 1944
  • Hurricane Mk I: Polish Air Force camouflage, standard bicolour early RAF camouflage pattern from 1941 with insignia of Polish Air Force
  • Hurricane Mk I: FAA camouflage, non-standard sea camouflage, tail number NAF955, 880 NAS FAA, tactical call sign 7-E, based on HMS Indomitable and piloted by DSO Richard John 'Dickie' Cork
  • Hurricane Mk IIB: Night Fighter camouflage, 1940-1941
  • Hurricane Mk IIB: 73rd Squadron RAF, standard bicolour tropical camouflage pattern with insignia of the 73rd Squadron RAF, Libyan Desert, November 1940
  • Hurricane Mk IIB: 1st Squadron RAF, standard bicolour day camouflage pattern, Hurricane Mk IIc, 1st Squadron RAF, April 1942
  • Hurricane Mk IIB: 6th Squadron RAF, standard bicolour tropical camouflage pattern with insignia of 6th Squadron RAF, Libya, 1943
  • Meteor F. Mk.3: Unpainted camouflage, standard early postwar camouflage pattern, 1948
  • Meteor F. Mk.4 type G.14G: Late postwar camouflage, standard unpainted camouflage pattern with insignia of 263rd Squadron, Wattisham airbase, 1950
  • Meteor F. Mk.8: RAF camouflage, standard unpainted RAF camouflage pattern with insignia of 56th Squadron RAF, 1953
  • Mustang Mk IA: 315th 'Deblinski' Squadron RAF, standard bicolour camouflage, Mustang Mk III, 315th 'Deblinski' (Polish) Squadron RAF, Coolham, Great Britain, June 1944
  • Mustang Mk IA: "Princess Elizabeth" camouflage, standard unpainted camouflage pattern "Princess Elizabeth", flown by Lt Robert Butler, 487th FS, 352nd FG, Bodney, Great Britain, 6 June 1944
  • Mustang Mk IA: 414th Squadron RCAF, standard bicolour camouflage, Mustang Mk I, flown by Hollys «Holly» Hills, 414th Squadron RCAF, Middle Wallop, Great Britain, 1942
  • Mustang Mk IA: 268th Squadron RCAF, standard bicolour camouflage, Mustang Mk Ia, flown by Flt Lt Bill Tuele, 268th Squadron RCAF, Great Britain, June 1944
  • Mustang Mk IA: "Princess Elizabeth" camouflage, standard unpainted camouflage pattern "Princess Elizabeth", flown by 1st Lt. William "Bill" Whisner, 487th FS, 352nd FG, Bodney, Great Britain, May 1944
  • Mustang Mk IA: "Joan" camouflage, standard unicolour olive-green camouflage, "Joan", flown by Lt. Robert Wallen, 362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF, Leiston, Great Britain, June 1944
  • Mustang Mk IA: "Bee" camouflage, standard unicolour olive-green camouflage, "Bee", flown by Capt. Duane W Beeson, Commander of the 334th FS, 4th FG, Leiston, Great Britain, June 1944
  • Spitfire LF. Mk IX: England, 1943, standard unicolour high altitude camouflage pattern, England, 1943
  • Spitfire LF. Mk IX: 41st Squadron RAF, standard unicolour high altitude camouflage pattern, adapted Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX, flown by Prince Emanuel Galitzine of the 'High Altitude Flight', RAF, Northolt, September 1942
  • Spitfire LF. Mk IX: 92nd Squadron RAF, standard bicolour tropical camouflage pattern, Supermarine Spitfire, F VIII, flown by Flt Lt "Eddie" Edwards, 92nd (East Indies) Squadron, Marcianise, Italy, January 1944
  • Spitfire LF. Mk IX: EN398, 144Wg camouflage, EN398 flown by Wing Commander "Johnnie" Johnson, 144th Fighter Wing, Ford, Great Britain, 1944
  • Spitfire LF. Mk IX: MK392, 144Wg camouflage, MK392 flown by Wing Commander "Johnnie" Johnson, 144th Fighter Wing, Ford, Great Britain, June 1944
  • Spitfire LF. Mk IX: 26th GIAP camouflage, non-standard unicolour camouflage pattern, Spitfire Mk IXE, flown by Lt. Col. Vasily Matsievich, Commander of the 26th GIAP, Leningrad, Spring 1945
  • Spitfire F. Mk IX: England, 1943, standard unicolour high altitude camouflage pattern, England, 1943
  • Spitfire F. Mk IX: 41st Squadron RAF, standard unicolour high altitude camouflage pattern, adapted Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX, flown by Prince Emanuel Galitzine of the 'High Altitude Flight', RAF, Northolt, September 1942
  • Spitfire F. Mk IX: 92nd Squadron RAF, standard bicolour tropical camouflage pattern, Supermarine Spitfire F VIII, flown by Flt Lt "Eddie" Edwards, 92nd (East Indies) Squadron, Marcianise, Italy, January 1944
  • Spitfire F. Mk IX: EN398, 144Wg camouflage, EN398 flown by Wing Commander "Johnnie" Johnson, 144th Fighter Wing, Ford, Great Britain, 1944
  • Spitfire F. Mk IX: MK392, 144Wg camouflage, MK392 flown by Wing Commander "Johnnie" Johnson, 144th Fighter Wing, Ford, Great Britain, June 1944
  • Spitfire F. Mk IX: 26th GIAP camouflage, non-standard unicolour camouflage pattern, Spitfire Mk IXE, flown by Lt. Col. Vasily Matsievich, Commander of the 26th GIAP, Leningrad, Spring 1945
  • Spitfire F. Mk XVI: England, 1945, non-standard bicolour camouflage pattern, England, 1945
  • Spitfire F. Mk XVI: 74th Squadron RAF, standard bicolour day camouflage pattern with insignia of the 74th Squadron RAF, Belgium, April 1945
  • Spitfire Mk IIb: Battle of Britain, Autumn, standard bicolour early camouflage pattern, Autumn 1940
  • Spitfire Mk IIb: 7-T, 880 NAS, HMS Argus, standard bicolour sea camouflage pattern, Supermarine Seafire Mk.IIc, serial number MB138, tactical number 7-T, 880 NAS, HMS Argus, October 1942
  • Tempest Mk V: 3rd Squadron RAF, "Le Grand Charles", flown by French flying ace Pierre Henry Clostermann, 3rd Squadron RAF, serial number NV724, tactical callsign JF-E, July 1945
  • Typhoon Mk Ib: Tropical camouflage, Summer 1943, standard bicolour day tropical camouflage pattern, aircraft serial number EJ906, 451st Squadron, RAAF, El Daba, Egypt, 1943
  • Wellington Mk Ic/Late: Maltese camouflage, 1941, standard bicolour night camouflage, aircraft serial number X9889 BL-D, 40th Squadron RAF, Luqa, Malta, November 1941

USSR

Tanks

Germany

USSR

Custom Skins

Along with Update 1.39 on the 15th April 2014 came the ability for users to create their own skins for in-game vehicles with programs such as Photoshop and GIMP. Custom skins created by the War Thunder community can be uploaded and shared amongst the community mainly on websites such as:

The skins also have a specific area on the War Thunder Forums - here

Skins for War Thunder can be used in the format of .tga (Targa) and .dds (Direct Draw Surface).

Currently custom skins for War Thunder are client side only meaning that nobody else in-game can see the skin except yourself.

As of 28th August 2014 Gaijin is running a program that is still being tested based on revenue share for community members who have their custom skins added into War Thunder that are only purchasable with Golden Eagles. So far only 12 skins have been selected to partake in this program. The authors of the skins will receive a percentage of the capital raised from these skins being bought ingame. So far the skins have not been officially added to the game. The full news article that featured on the War Thunder Forums can be found here: https://forum.warthunder.com/index.php?showtopic=171834

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