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Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by Zeuser, Oct 12, 2005.
BF2 card models
Well you can count me in on the mod try out please
give me a try, I know I'm not the best but I think I can try to do.
where is the will, there is a way...
You and Dr Zarkhov are the best in the Business that I know, I think you would do his models a great service converting them to card models, not that the models are lacking, but your work stands on its on.
Have a good day,
Greg aka GW
psssst Zeuser, dont let this man slip thru your fingers, he is good.
As I've said before, I don't design models well. I could beta-build them if anybody wants me too, though.
I've missed this thread somehow :S But I'd like to offer my help as well, being a BF fan does help
I've been working with 3D modelling ever since NOBI started his F-89
(BTW NOBI I'm ready for papermodel conversion )
any chance any of those models still floating around? I would like to try my hand at the switch blade and few of the weapons since unique planes and weaponery are my main interests.
I have already been working with exported models from BF42 DC and DC final mods...
At the time I was only concerned with how to set up models to be properly ported out to a final paper product. I did finish the stryker but since I am new to paper modeling from 3D software the parts are at different scales. I have grown in that department and now so far have finished/released 1 original model and 2 game models with 4 digital reworks and 2 original works in progress.
What are the polygon counts like in Battlefield2 and mods compared to regular Battlefield and it's mods?
Long sought after but still missing in the world are:
the yellow submarine from the movie of the same name,
the time machine from george pal, 1960.
either or both would be quite cool.
I second Jon's request for a Yellow Submarine!
(In fact, if you do a sub I might take a stab at a Blue Meanie or Apple Bonker...or evan a cute little "Glovey-Dovey".:twisted: )