Yep, I got Halo3 for christmas, and it got me all inspired. So I built this... Shes a bit on the poly heavy side - 3800 or so. Now, ive noticed that every time that a ship from the Halo Univserse is posted in the community, there is some ambiguity as to its legality. Let me just say that this is my own work - i havent ripped anything off. Which is the reason for the rear end of the ship looking a little unfinished (there arent many views of the POA's rear end) Also ive documented the modeling process as evidence. Now, Ive read about her weapon loadouts etc, but have no idea where on the ship the weapons are - does anyone know where a detailed schematic of the POA can be found? Cheers :cya:
Niiice ship. As for the weapon loadouts I have no idea, never heard or read anything about the location of them. I'd say jus put them in places that look like a place that'd house weapons lol.Also, I think the rear end of it looks a bit on the fat side. But thats just my opinion lol.
Fantastic!, not only that someone has created Halo inspired models for armada 2 (and a great job you've done too), but that the legal issues have been resolved. I hope you will consider making other Halo models at some point, but for now, this ship looks great! :)
the problem with halo models is not the communities but Microsofts, they just dont like it... like we threaten their profits?
Exactly, but surely as long as the models are made from scratch my modders and Microsoft are given full credit for the original design they have no legal standing do they? so there's no reason why the mod can't be uploaded to the site.
I would agree in that they should have any reason to try to have it removed... But have you ever met a lawyer?
dan1025;4129440Microsoft are given full credit for the original design
Microsoft has no say in it now that Bungie is no longer affiliated with them...(unless i am mistaken)
BTW, BUNGIE made Halo and pretty much everything that went into it...so it belongs to them
Fair enough, and I'm sure that will help dinosaurJR when he writes the readme for it.