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Question Requesting a few objects and a tutorial - 11-17-2009, 05:47 PM

Ok can anyone get a model of:
a chain-link fence
a brick
broken glass
55 gal drum
thats it.

I'm pretty sure that theres already a tutorial for this but i could'nt find it so could any one tell me how to convert 3ds objects to a2c?

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Default 11-18-2009, 02:37 AM

I found a good brick texture and used that to create a functional brick model, but that's about it. The fence I found was WAY too hi-polygon for Alice (or even Biturn) to handle, and the Drum I found has a polygon issue with it. I can try to fix it, but it'll take awhile. In the meantime, the tutorial's here:

How To Import Objects into Alice

And I attached the brick model below.
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Default 11-19-2009, 06:29 PM

Oh, I fixed the drum, but for some reason it corrupts the world when I try to save it (such is the danger of exporting random models into Alice). I'll have to find another one. In the meantime, I suggest using random shapes to simulate shard of broken glass and maybe using the tennis net in the sports gallery for a chain link fence.


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