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Clay_More
Clay_More Jan 29 2013, 12:57pm says:

there shouldnt be any notable difference between a highpoly and a lowpoly model when the textures are applied ( i also think you should get rid of that white shine, it obscures the pretty textures which make the model look awesome) when you compare the contures of both models you see a huge difference between the two

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Drogoth Jan 29 2013, 2:12pm replied:

yeh yeh... it looks shiny on the 3ds max by basis, it should look different on each program.

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RT2...
RT2... Feb 3 2013, 7:05am replied:

Yeah Drogoth. :)

Max does give you some dodgy texture effects with texture renders.

Now the fun part....
I believe if its armatured like the large Crawler in Nids you can FFE in the static whm and get an easy animated model.

Max import whm from the large crawler in UA mods and get your armature from there for skinning if you haven't done it already.

Might take some model rescale to fit to the armature, but man you save months on animations.

The only way I get so many model variations out.
Remember to wrap the model to the armature and not move the armature.

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RT2... Feb 3 2013, 7:08am replied:

Texture is no stress as that white if too much can be taken out by doing a levels work on the WTP file, Look at my tanned Daemonitic to see how it can be done to alter in game textures after model is in game. :)

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Berserker101
Berserker101 Feb 12 2013, 12:25am says:

How bad I would like to do such things, but as I dont have many 3D-model making knowledge.....

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Drogoth Feb 14 2013, 4:46pm replied:

try out "blender" it's a freeware program for 3D modelling. I have no idea how it works, but you can find great tutorials around youtube ;)

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here's the textured version of the red terror model and 2,5k polygon count on the lower poly version

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