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SithDagger

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#1 13 years ago

I found out that the free XSI Mod Tool can make Jedi Academy Models for use as NPC's vehicles and players. I downloaded it, and looked at the tool, I gasped! XSI is a complex tool, and I was wondering if anyone else used it for JKA Modelling. If someone does could they send me a walkthrough/Tutorial for making a model? As I still cant figure some things out, Like where the stupid weigh button is, things Like that, animation, etc. So if someone does use it, I would really appreciate a walkthrough for JKA modelling, and I'm sure a lot of people could benefit from it.




.The Deviant

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SithDagger

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#4 13 years ago

Dude, thanks, but I said for XSI, not for 3DS Max, XSI is a lot different from the screenshots of 3DS Max that I have seen. It does not have the same layout, or general design that 3DS Max has, which sucks, but it is free.




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#5 13 years ago

Go look at SoftImage's website. They have tutorials.




SithDagger

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#6 13 years ago

Yeah, but not for JKA. Its kinda hard to try to decipher them, so that I can use them in JKA.




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#7 13 years ago

Learn to use the software before you worry about making models for JA. If you don't know how to use it, you won't get very far anyway. Once you know how to software works you'll be able to use tutorials like PsykoSith's.




minilogoguy18

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#8 13 years ago

i use softimage, but inyri's is right, its best to learn how to use the program before trying to learn as you go. softimage mainly uses hotkeys instead of a bunch of toolbars that you can click on, once you get used to the program youll be modelin in not time.




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#9 13 years ago

I don't think you can use XSI Mod Tool for Jedi academy, it's actually only good for Half Life 2 and Unreal Tournament 2004. Even if it's useful for JA, first learn the basics of modelling using the 3d program you have at hand. Making humanoid 3d models isn't modelling a boombox or a tv set.