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Need Help Character models

Discussion in 'Ship Modeling' started by Martes, Aug 22, 2017.

  1. Martes

    Martes Master Mariner Storm Modeller Storm Modder

    Jul 19, 2017
    I may have missed something, but is there some guide to making completely new character models that will still animate correctly (not editing existing model retaining the number of vertices)? I would like to try sometimes to make a properly uniformed officer, more detailed than what the game offers at the moment.
  2. Armada

    Armada Sea Dog Staff Member Administrator Project Manager 3D Artist Storm Modder

    Jun 11, 2010
    Game Developer
    Somerset, England
    I'm not sure about how to add new character models. Your best chance is probably to make the model and rig it to the appropriate skeleton provided in these help files:

    Then, you can export it to GM format using the animation settings, but I've never done this myself, so can't really help you beyond that.

    We use the same skeleton for NHR as well, so whatever you do is transferrable in any case.
    Martes likes this.
  3. Martes

    Martes Master Mariner Storm Modeller Storm Modder

    Jul 19, 2017

    Well, as usual, I will see what I can do there :)
    Pieter Boelen likes this.

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