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The chUmbaLum sOft Website now offers downloads of a new version 1.7.2 of the MilkShape 3D modeling program. The new release fixes some bugs and adds support for Max Payne 2 KF2 and SKD files Download & Enjoy

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The chUmbaLum sOft Website now offers downloads of a new version 1.7.2 of the MilkShape 3D modeling program. The new release fixes some bugs and adds support for Max Payne 2 KF2 and SKD files

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Azzkiker
Azzkiker

Nah, I'd rather my 3DS Max 7! :D

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BlueWolf72 Author
BlueWolf72

but for many who dont have that...this is the tool to use and learn from.

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Michael
Michael

milkshape is a decent program, I use it :o

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katana^
katana^

it's more of a program for beginners..Not a serious program for real modelers..I guess your random HL fans are gonna love this though..

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leilei
leilei

Yeah, 1.7.x has kyro2 incompatibilities as well

Also there seems to be a GLM exporter but it doesn't work in jk2 yet

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ShortCutMan
ShortCutMan

I want MS3Dv2, it has physics. :O

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e
e

If you think "random HL fans" are Milkshape's user base, you have problems :)

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katana^
katana^

most who use Milkshape are not really serious, and it's the prefered program of all those HL mods sorry. People who work on bfv mods, unreal mods etc and quality mods rarely or never use milkshape for their models most use 3dsmax.

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a_llama
a_llama

Lots of people model with milkshape and render with 3dsmax.

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katana^
katana^

when you wanna good game models you use 3dsmax not milkshape. Rendering has nothing to do with the actual game or mod.

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