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#1 Pasidon


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Posted 30 January 2010 - 12:07 AM

My good friend Witch King and I have been talking, and he showed me these great sites with fantastic models made for past games that can be brought into EaW.

http://fractalsponge...D Projects.html

I am unsure if any of you are still modding, but these models would do nicely for importing if you don't know about them yet. He also mentioned a site that I could recruit at, so if any of you want me to try, I can. I wasn't going to look without anyone caring anymore.

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Posted 31 January 2010 - 11:59 AM

Nice Pasidon, I just wanted to say though before you use any models please email the developers and see if you can use them first!

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Posted 22 January 2011 - 07:34 PM

Fractal Sponge meshes can't just be ported anyway to EAW as they are - they are too high poly. But you would need to re make the meshes as lower poly versions that can be handled by EAW. XWA can give permission on their meshes, they have been known to allow people. Sci 3d meshes are ALSO pretty high poly, so again meshes found there would also need lots of work by a modder to get a lower poly version made for EAW.

When I say Low - I dont mean it has to look bad or any thing, just some thing that EAW won't have problems with if there is dozens of these things running off around your maps.

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Posted 15 March 2011 - 09:31 PM

It's crude, but slap a MultiRes on it and call it good. Sometimes it's just not worth spending hours collapsing and welding.

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