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I got the MA37 textured, though it's not perfect.

Nonetheless, it is effective, and the only thing I might change will be the ammo counter screen, since it's currently untextured.
I got the MA37 textured, though it's not perfect.

Nonetheless, it is effective, and the only thing I might change will be the ammo counter screen, since it's currently untextured.
Picture Added 10-28-2010 05:33 PM
Added by debussybunny563

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  1. SirThorfinn
    10-28-2010 06:42 PM
    SirThorfinn
    looks good though
  2. SirThorfinn
    10-28-2010 06:54 PM
    SirThorfinn
    May i ask how many MBs your gun is?
  3. debussybunny563
    10-28-2010 06:55 PM
    debussybunny563
    Yes you may.
  4. SirThorfinn
    10-28-2010 07:00 PM
    SirThorfinn
    ok, uhhem... how many MBs is it?
  5. debussybunny563
    10-28-2010 07:04 PM
    debussybunny563
    Approx. 0.27 MBs
    (273-274 KBs)

    Low poly and high quality. Perfection.

    Less than 5,000, actually.
    1/40th the size of your monster M4 model.
  6. jediaction
    10-29-2010 03:35 PM
    jediaction
    Please please post!
  7. B4N1SHER
    11-03-2010 05:27 PM
    B4N1SHER
    Awesome Ar, bunny. Wish I knew how to do stuff like that. :P If not know how, at least know how to steal it, lol jk.
  8. debussybunny563
    11-03-2010 07:05 PM
    debussybunny563
    lol and thanks
  9. beachbum111111
    11-08-2010 12:18 PM
    beachbum111111
    whats the difference between low poly and high poly/?? which one is better
  10. debussybunny563
    11-08-2010 02:03 PM
    debussybunny563
    3d objects, in the sense of 3d modeling, are made up of two dimensional polygons, usually either triangles or quadrilaterals.

    Low poly means fewer of these polygons; high poly means more.

    So, high poly is more detailed, but takes up more memory and lags a lot more, which is important in Alice because Alice can't handle as much as some other programs can.

    In short, try to use as low poly as you can in Alice as long as it doesn't look too crappy.


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