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Free 3d Jedi Meshes

Posted: Fri, 22nd Nov 2002, 8:40pm

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Majicman

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Im making a new Starwars movie and i need some jedi in it. They are going ti be animated. I was wondering did anybody know of a sight that had jedi meshes. Not the main jedi but random ones in Episode 2 at the end fight thx.

Greg
Posted: Fri, 22nd Nov 2002, 9:48pm

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wpl

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i am posting this so when someone puts a link here it will send me an e-mail. I would like some good meshes also biggrin
Posted: Sat, 23rd Nov 2002, 10:01am

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learner

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hello people i see u want starwars meshes well
here is a very good link to free meshes u can download
they have yoda...! and loads of others enjoy

http://www.theforce.net/scifi3d/starwars/characters.htm[/url]

learner
Posted: Sun, 24th Nov 2002, 3:01am

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berlin2232

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http://www.nerrazzi.com/main/id4.html
Posted: Sat, 1st Feb 2003, 2:45pm

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TayTayMa17

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I was wondering about jedi heads also. Do the ones from that site on theforce.net work with alamdv2? I am not very familiar with the program yet.
Posted: Sat, 1st Feb 2003, 5:01pm

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wpl

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no, you need a 3d app. like 3ds max and then convert it into images then put the images into the plugger
Posted: Tue, 4th Feb 2003, 6:47pm

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TayTayMa17

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Oh.
Posted: Sat, 8th Feb 2003, 10:10pm

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KermZ

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Anything that is a mesh of some description requires a 3D program that can open that mesh. Plugins for AlamDV are created from still images - even if animated. Animated plugins are simply a series of still images imported over a series of frames.

If you have a mesh you need a means of converting it into still images.

There are some other forums on here regarding 3D software that you might like to go and read.

KermZ
Posted: Sun, 9th Feb 2003, 6:45pm

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wpl

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hey, I have found a jedi mesh that we might be able to use(I am still tlking with the creator to see if it is oaky with him)

Here it is

Posted: Tue, 11th Feb 2003, 6:31am

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KermZ

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if he is ok and you can get me a link to download it I can make it into a plugin
Posted: Tue, 11th Feb 2003, 2:01pm

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wpl

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the creator of the mesh has not given me the given me the go ahead to use it, but I will keep you posted. (it is in poser4)