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This hilt has been created for the November-December 2006 JKFiles Hilt Contest.
This is a contest hilt submitted by Unsung Hero. Now, since this is a more technical review, I’ll get right to it.
The model in this saber is very simple. It’s essentially a hexagonal tube with one part extruded and the vertices on both ends moved around a bit. Another thing about the model is that it is very wide. When I was testing the saber it went through the hand of the model, whereas if I used a different saber that didn’t happen That’s about it with the model, on to the texturing. Like the model, the texturing is simple, and somewhat repetitive. Only one pattern is used for the grip of the saber, a gold and black texture was used for a raised part of the model, and a red version of the previously mentioned texture was used for the on button of the model. This saber uses a shader, but it’s just a shader to diffuse the light over the skin. That’s about it for the technical aspects of this hilt.
Title:Unsung saber Author:Unsunghero E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Filename:Unsung Saber.pk3 Filesize:71.3 KB Installation: Put the Unsung Saber.pk3 into the following location:Local Disk/Program Files/LucasArts/ Star Wars Jedi Knight Jedi Academy/GameData/base Description: This is a model of a lightsaber I made up in my head. I made it after hearing that there would be a saber modelling contest and hope everyone likes it! Bugs:I dont think there are any Comments: Vote for this saber! XD Special THANKS to: My dad, who tought me much of what I know when it comes to computers and also loved Star Wars THIS MODIFICATION IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY ACTIVISION, RAVEN, OR LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC. ELEMENTS TM & © LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC AND/OR ITS LICENSORS.
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