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Meltac May 1 2012 says:

Please check the "view original" option to see the details.

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[TZP]LoNer1 May 1 2012 replied:

looks very nice ^^

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Swartzy May 1 2012 says:

Very nice, so this is the lmodel.h thing I asked about. :)

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Meltac May 2 2012 replied:

Yeah it is :-)

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Stealth-Killer May 17 2012 says:

this mod is awsome!!.. now we just need to make the engine more memory efficient, capable of handling alot more polys, add some cool new features like DMM to the engine, and we got a hell of a game! :)

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Meltac Jul 27 2012 replied:


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neoyoli Jan 14 2015 says:

I don't mean to be negative here, but I think the optimized lighting looks a bit over the top: the mutant skin and the tiles in the background are like glass-coated surfaces. The original is less fancy, true, but I find it more believable. Somewhere in between would be the best, or if it is possible to keep the same detailed contrast, but get rid of that soap-bubbleish shiny surface, which is typical of some after-modded games, like a version of Quake Tenebrae I played.
In thumbnail, it looks great though, just in HD view not.

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This shows a small improvement on the lighting model. Main credits go to Sky4CE, OGSE Team, and BAC9-FLCL.

May 1st, 2012
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