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 Modelling Help.., .ms3d to .glm ANYONE?!?!

DarkSykes
post Mar 28 2004, 12:14 PM
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wow went off topic there.. anyone see my question ? lol i have 2 models i need help making to model glm.. one the fem ST for all the people who believed i could do it.. and another is My favorite cartoon character.. cuz im a big child... its Lady Curaré Female assassin. But before that i must know... am i to create textures before or after conversion.. ?
Here are the Pics !!


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I need to make a scimitar to go on her back.. after that... what im to do.. im unsure.. any help would be much appreciated..


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TheBeast
post Mar 28 2004, 02:30 PM
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Well Sykes... for your questions... here are the answers smile.gif

- About textures:

I recommend waiting until you have a working model.glm created to create the textures... why you ask... because it will mean you have accomplished a great deal... and the rest (beside the skinning) is only minor modeling tweaks.

- About getting to that model.glm

I know you have tried GMax... and it did not work... you had problem with the XSI exporter... maybe it is because the XSI exporter found in the JK2editing tools is for 3D Studio Max... by a google search you should be able to find something for GMax about this.

As for the error message you got from assimilate... could you copy it here... I should be able to help about this.

And finally... To get you model from Milkshape to model.glm... you should have gone through the weighting and Linking process... if you don't know what I'm talking about... then there's something wrong... so tell me if you know what weighting and linking is all about... and how you can do it... and then I'll send you on your way to making that model.glm smile.gif

- About the new model (Lady Curare)

Looking good... you have talent with this... but I would recommend get her a 'real' face to go under that hood... maybe taken from another female model... you'll be able to achieve much more 'realism' that with only a skin of the eyes.

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DarkSykes
post Mar 28 2004, 03:06 PM
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okie doke... ima work on that.. added her weapon...

dont know if its crap or not.. :-/
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post Mar 28 2004, 05:49 PM
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Gee. Doesn't look at all like crap to me. smile.gif Maybe just a little longer
on the hilt, tho? Personally, I'd be gripping that with both hands
quite a bit.
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DarkSykes
post Mar 29 2004, 08:39 AM
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Here is my final work... also as far as im going to get due to lack of the right programs... Thx to beast for trying to help.. much appeciated...

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was fun while it lasted... sad.gif


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