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Reaper597

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#1 13 years ago

Greets everyone. Ive been looking around to try and do it myself but I am not NEARLY good enough to pull it off. I use a coleman trebor model, and I love it. But on the down side... Im a dual user. And as most other duals users who have used a jk2 model know, the left wrist isnt built to bend, thus its only really posable with the right arm. I was wondering if someone could atlter the model for me, or direct me to something that could tell me how? :-\ You can find the original jk2 model here: http://jediknight2.filefront.com/file/Coleman_Trebor_Model;16783 To anyone who reply's to help, even if I put it in the wrong forum and redirects me, thank you.




minilogoguy18

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#2 13 years ago

[email="psyk0sith@hotmail.com"]psyk0sith@hotmail.com[/email] heres theres psykosiths e-mail, he made the model perhaps hell re-weigh it to the JA skeleton. the JO and JA skeletons are different, the reason why the saber stays still is because the bone that the saber is attached to isnt there on the left hand, only on the right.




.The Deviant

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#3 13 years ago

The Coleman Trebor on www.jedimoves.com I dont THINK has that problem, but I'm certain the one in Moviebattles is weighed correctly. Go ahead and check there. www.moviebattles.com




Reaper597

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#4 13 years ago

Well I know for a fact that the Trebor on jedimoves is the same as the one hosted on jk3files, but Im checking the movie battles one as we speak. Thanks guys, I owe you one. :)