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Great!!

Can you make a chinese male model who is of medium built and height around 5''10 feet.
I mean can you make LIU-KANG model in MORTAL KOMBAT?

By the way,can i use POSER5 to create characters? Or shall i have to use only 3dsmax or maya.

I got this doubt because, the model when saved to .obj and exported in bryce,it said it was of around 24000 polygons and i guess models made in 3ds max and maya are of low polygon models.
So,is this right?

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Yes, this is right, you can use Poser, but if you want to use the model in a comersial game, you have to own the license for the program, and yes, the better is use Max or Maya for your own models, cause if you are a good modeler, you can create a relly low-poly character, mines are 1000-3000 faces

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quote:
Original post by vnebojsa
Have you read my topic??? I am WEAPON modeler!!!


Thats great, but if you expect any postive feedback, or feedback pertaining to what you're offering at all, it's a good idea to post some examples of your work, and maybe a few past experiances you have.

It's also good to give people a rough idea of your skill level, that way people interested in getting you to work for them can tailor what they need to what you can provide as an artist.


I would be personally interesed on any weapon skins you've worked on.


[edited by - raymondo on August 14, 2003 12:24:00 AM]

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I don''t have any screenshots only models... If you want to see them you have to download 3D GameStudio from www.3dgamestudio.com... When you download it I''ll send you few models...

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Why don''t you just take a screenshot?


no perspective employer is going to waste thier time to download a 3d modelling program. (Assuming of course you wanted someone to hire you)

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Just so you know...

ctrl-printscreen copies an image of your entire desktop
alt-printscreen copies an image of the active window

ctrl-v pastes the copied image into a omage editor program (works for Photoshop and good ol'' paint plus every other image editing program im sure)

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