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Weapon Modelling Info?

Discussion in 'Modeling & Skinning' started by gonche, Apr 14, 2004.

  1. gonche

    gonche 3 Stripe crew, Bristol UK

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    Have searched the forum, but have found nothing.. was wandering if anyone can help...

    Does anyone have a link for a tutorial on weapon modelling in Maya for ut2k4... ive got the Buzz tutorials and realise that the UT99 video is basically how you go about modelling the weapon, but its using 3ds, is there any tutorials using Maya instead? any help would be cool...

    [Edit]Ive checked the tutorial and i was wandering how you can get a skeleton for the weapon basically....
     
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  2. Pomperipossa

    Pomperipossa New Member

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    this is exactly the question that I aswell am asking... please anyone help :(
     
  3. srsidman

    srsidman New Member

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    The new tutorials that came with UT2K4 SE are all geared towards Maya. You need to get your hands on those.
     
  4. coolhead2100

    coolhead2100 The one ping to rule them all

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  5. DannyMeister

    DannyMeister UT3 Jailbreak Coder

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    That tutorial will only help you with the actual modeling. For information on getting the model from Maya into Unreal, look at ActorX and its documentation at http://udn.epicgames.com/Two/ActorX. You must have at least a bone named Bone_weapon in the weapon's skeleton. That's about all I know at the current time. I'm also working on weapon modeling right now.
     
  6. coolhead2100

    coolhead2100 The one ping to rule them all

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  7. SolaceEternal

    SolaceEternal SPANK THAT TUNA

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    *starts paying attention*
     

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