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chairpanda

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#1 14 years ago

Alright... I thought of a skinning project idea that might be kind of fun. The goal would be to replace (or append) all the legs and torsos of the create a player skins with classic superhero attire. Big letter logos, utility belts + tights, etc. Best of all, people could make their own superhero by combining different parts, and said hero would look ultra fresh when flying around using Force Jump 3 and running along the walls.

If anybody thinks this is a good idea, let me know. I'm gonna make a simple twilek supergirl or something later today and I'll post the results.

P.S. Any thoughts on how to add capes? They wouldn't have to be very long. Also, any thoughts on moving capes? This part I'm afraid I do NOT know.




milling_hordesman

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#2 14 years ago

wait, do you know how to import the sp models into 3dsmax, or are you talking a reskinning job here. if the former, i'd be very interested in hearing what you use to do it, because the glm importer i have always crashes while trying to import.

later, --the milling_hordesman




chairpanda

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#3 14 years ago

For now I'm just gonna do what I can with the skins. As soon as someone tells us how to fix the stupidtriangle thing I'll do some actual modelling.




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#4 14 years ago
chairpandaFor now I'm just gonna do what I can with the skins. As soon as someone tells us how to fix the stupidtriangle thing I'll do some actual modelling.

See the "JKA Mesh Editing: Other models" thread if you want to view the non-superhero modeling I've been doing. I got the plugin to work by disabling "import textures," if anyone else was stuck on that.