Any one up for making a Episode 3 Clone Trooper?

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  1. -OC- Jedi Knight

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    Looks really accurate, nice work
  2. fireresq7 Jedi Master

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    Looks awesome! You should just attach the head to the pre existing model! Save yourself the time.

    ~Rory
  3. DVeditor Manager Emeritus

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  4. Crunchy Jedi Master

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    he already has a preexisting model, and it is better than the ones on scifi3d from what I have seen...
  5. fireresq7 Jedi Master

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    OOOOOKAY...Cool will you be including different trooper textures??

    ~Rory
  6. Crunchy Jedi Master

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    there will probably be a basic texture map that will allow anyone on their own to modify as they see fit like the other guy did on the previous page...
  7. jaho10 Jedi Padawan

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    Quite awsome, maybe you should just make some *clean* textures and release it soon! I can't wait to texture it. Just what I need to break in the new computer.
  8. JeneralJarJar Jedi Knight

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    Yeah, like I said before, I made the body a while ago. I have clean textures already, and I'll probably release it with textures for this red one
    [image=http://web.ukonline.co.uk/bingo275/marapril05/ALEX_red2.jpg]
    I spend a lot of time carefully unwrapping my models, so that's why I'm not gonna do it right now... but you'll get it eventually :D
  9. fireresq7 Jedi Master

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    I like those Clone Troopers...They look like Base ball players!! LOL

    Anyways I've noticed that Commander Cody's Helmet is different. I wonder why.

    ~Rory
  10. Crunchy Jedi Master

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    they all remind me of football players :)
  11. jaho10 Jedi Padawan

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    They look like real comandos, not clumsy and stupid like storm troopers and not too sleek and soft like normal clones. Best of both worlds.

    I could help you with a maya version if you want. I know how to get the textures and everything to work.
  12. fireresq7 Jedi Master

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    Hey Jaho...did the OBJ file work for you???


    ~Rory
  13. jaho10 Jedi Padawan

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    Yeah, haven't had time to work on it yet. Gonna try and make a realistic texture for it.
  14. HowardFilms Jedi Master

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    When will we see it up on SciFi3D?
  15. fireresq7 Jedi Master

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    Hopefully soon...It all depends how much time they can spend on it.

    ~Rory
  16. HowardFilms Jedi Master

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    Are not some versions completed? Some colors dould be on the site, to play around with.
  17. -OC- Jedi Knight

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    Howard >> Please be patient a bit. I've noticed you've been keeping asking for this one, grevious, and now, his droids. We understood you need them for your film, I think the message is clear. Just want to remind you that Scifi3D is an amateur site, where artists work for their own entertainment first, and then accept to share their creations. So please stop rushing them, that the best way to piss them off.
  18. jaho10 Jedi Padawan

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    hmmm, if he's that impatient maybe he could just relase the mesh (which I do belive he'd finnished) and let him do the skinning (what I'll do any way). By the way I'd love for this to go out in .obj I seem like one of the only people with Maya here :(

    Still, respect the author because his free time goes into this. He's not obligated to finnish it for anyone but himself.
  19. -OC- Jedi Knight

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    Still, respect the author because his free time goes into this. He's not obligated to finnish it for anyone but himself.


    Yeah that's what I was trying to say, but I didn't know how to. thank you for your support
  20. Macro_Roshuma Jedi Knight

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    One more desperate producer that needs this...
  21. George Mezori SCIFI 3D Scifi 3D Forum

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    99% of the time people want all these things but they never do anything with them. Nothing worth showing at least.
  22. jaho10 Jedi Padawan

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    I'm certainly gonna use it for a low-fi fan film. I'm probably only going to do it for practice, but still do my best to make it look realistic. Being able to use an ep3 clone troop only makes this prospect more exciting.

    I also think I'll be able to write up a tutorial on how to make characters with armour (like storm troopers, whos armour shouldn't move) in maya, if anyone's interested give me a shout.

    EDIT: zoo, can you put this in the WIP section?
  23. HowardFilms Jedi Master

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    Well I needed grievious for my first trailer (still in the works) but some clone troopers would be nice for it too. Sorry if I seemed demanding, I appreciate all the work that goes into these models.
  24. DVeditor Manager Emeritus

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    scifi_3d_zoo posted on 5/6/05 7:20am

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    Very true. Or if they are like me they do things with them that don't always get back to everyone here. :)


    HowardFilms - have you tried the Clonetroopers already on the site? They are quite nice.

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  25. jaho10 Jedi Padawan

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    My only beef with the low rez ones is that they look too thin and lanky. Either than that they're really cool! And the pilot/commander guy is very high quality and accurate (Currenly rigging the body and waiting for the head! On a 400 MHz iMac too, slow).

    BTW, does anyone know a site with commandos and marine videos/pictures. I want to know how the military moves and reacts and to transfer that to my ct animations.
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