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Captain-Arse
Captain-Arse

Does it explode with Shotgun Rain? For low detail it looks perfect for a gritty setting. :D

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xalener
xalener

Oh, man. If only there was that l4d2 style layered gore... This would be a perfect base.

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Maxen1416
Maxen1416

doesnt really look low detailed to me, looks good!

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Null-Entity
Null-Entity

I believe they are talking about high poly normal baking to a low poly model :D and yeah it looks damned good.

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Gavavva Author
Gavavva

Well no, its just a low detail mesh, it didn't really need several million hours on it, so I just put in what I had to. Remember in Fallout 3 where you had these skeletons in places, sat in chairs, in the corners and stuff? Well like that, its for low quality misc detail in the world.

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Dremth
Dremth

Umm.... Are the left and right feet swapped, or is it just me?

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razorb
razorb

yea they seem to be flipped ;o! nice in general tho!

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Gavavva Author
Gavavva

Yup totall swapped, and fixed :p I also increased the size of the pelvis on the one axis slightly so it looked more natural.

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A low detail map model that can be placed in the map, can be split into various bones/pieces etc.

720p here: Youtu.be

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