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Author Topic: Mane, tail and accessories modelers needed!  (Read 802 times)

Offline BludSpammd

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Mane, tail and accessories modelers needed!
« on: 2015 Aug 19, 02:58:31 »
I'm looking for someone with rigging and weightpainting experience who would love to make custom accessories, manes and tails for LoE.

If you have the experience in using Maya or Blender then send me an e-mail at [email protected]

or post hairstyles you've made here or in my mail using http://p3d.in/ to show what you've modeled.
In order to pass as a mane/tail modeler you must understand how the geometry should be distributed in order to get smooth low-poly models.

Here is an example: http://p3d.in/XUZGL/wireonsmooth

Offline Dusky Hues

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Re: Mane, tail and accessories modelers needed!
« Reply #1 on: 2016 Mar 23, 10:12:14 »
I'm resurrecting this old post because I want to know if this is still open, and if the individual has to know how to use cloth physics.
Weight painting I can do, cloth physics, I can not. Eep.

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Re: Mane, tail and accessories modelers needed!
« Reply #2 on: 2016 Mar 24, 18:02:10 »
I'm resurrecting this old post because I want to know if this is still open, and if the individual has to know how to use cloth physics.
Weight painting I can do, cloth physics, I can not. Eep.
Hi Dusky Hues. I'm currently busy with real life stuff to be able to review your work in order to make you a 3D team member.
However, that's what two leads are for. That's why I'm directing you to apply to [email protected].

All you have to do is mention that I told you to apply to him, attach any previous low poly work you've done before and that you're willing to do custom pony accessories/manes/tails. If you can then upload any .obj formated models to http://p3d.in/ and attach a direct link to each model you've made onto the e-mail application.

If you feel unsure about anything or have any questions then please feel free to ask [email protected] while you're at it. He's quite the friendly fellow.  ;)