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Default My First Object - 03-07-2012, 09:01 AM

This is actually my 3rd but it is the first one that I thinkis pretty cool. It is Clouds sword from final-fantasy. It is untextured. The pivot Point is centered in the middle of the handle so it rotates well.
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Default 03-07-2012, 06:41 PM

Here is another object/map that I found on sketchup. It is an untextured Blood Gulch from the origional Halo. It is very roughly made but it looke good enough. Since it is untextured and does not have any sub-parts I just applied a greenish collor to it.
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Default 03-07-2012, 07:08 PM

Here is the millennium falcon from StarWars.
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Default 03-07-2012, 07:20 PM

And a Cessna172 Skyhawk.
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Default 03-07-2012, 08:00 PM

All of these beans are quite cool.

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Default 03-08-2012, 07:54 AM

Thanks for the comment. As soon as I figure out how to make sub-parts then I'll try and remake these and make them better but for now I can only convert the objects as a whole.


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Default 03-08-2012, 08:26 AM

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Thanks for the comment. As soon as I figure out how to make sub-parts then I'll try and remake these and make them better but for now I can only convert the objects as a whole.
not too hard to do, unless you want a to make them have a good axes as well, just break the object into different material(if using blender). to do this, highlight the faces you want to make one part, then click material in the material tab, and add a new one and assign, which makes those faces their own object once converted


If you are stuck on a project, check out the tutorials I made here at this link:

http://alice.org/community/showthread.php?p=36778#post36778

There are lots of tutorials on it so far, including some youtube videos, check it out

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Go to my youtube channel to check out my alice 2.2 tutorials I have there..

http://www.youtube.com/user/sfunk1992?feature=mhsn
   
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Default 03-08-2012, 12:05 PM

....um......computing.........errrr........ Ya. Could you please explain it a little more? Mabey make a tutorial video?


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Default 03-09-2012, 06:42 AM

I would suggest trying to familiarize yourself with blenders interface if you plan on making sub-parts, since you're more than likely going to have to alter the objects a bit as well. here are a few guides/ walk throughs I typed up for other members to get started with blender, once you have a hang of these basics, then what I said previously will make since(or if it doesn't i'll make another post on here step by step on how to do it.

http://alice.org/community/showthrea...hlight=blender


If you are stuck on a project, check out the tutorials I made here at this link:

http://alice.org/community/showthread.php?p=36778#post36778

There are lots of tutorials on it so far, including some youtube videos, check it out

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Go to my youtube channel to check out my alice 2.2 tutorials I have there..

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Default 03-09-2012, 07:13 AM

Okay, now since you have familiarized yourself with blender, here are the steps you should take to making a sub-part.

1. go into edit mode, and select the faces that you would like to make it's own sub-part.

2. hit the letter "P" on your keyboard.This will bring up a drop-down menu. click on "selection"

3. This will cause the faces you selected to become it's own data block(object)

4. Now get out of edit mode and select(right-click) the object that you just separated from the main object then go back into edit mode.

5. now on the right side of the screen is a tool bar.
Help_guide_picture.jpg

6. now make sure all of your object is highlighted (press "A") until your object turns orange.

7. while the object is highlighted, click on the plus sign by the empty box (that is shown in the picture)

8. Then click "New" which is below that empty box.

9.This gives that sup-part you created a material which makes it it's own object that when converted into alice, allows it to be used as a sub
-part.

Side-note: Steps 1-3 are not necessary, However, if you want to make a good axis for that sub-part, this is needed so you can move this object to align it's axis properly inside of blender.


If you are stuck on a project, check out the tutorials I made here at this link:

http://alice.org/community/showthread.php?p=36778#post36778

There are lots of tutorials on it so far, including some youtube videos, check it out

Or..

Go to my youtube channel to check out my alice 2.2 tutorials I have there..

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