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Old 02-18-2012, 03:11 AM   #1
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[Req] Weapon Model request for skyrim

Basically i have this cool idea for a model to the game but i am well not even a noob at modelling.
This will be a Two Handed Sword
I am looking for a pro modeller that can help me out if you would like to. I dont have any money or anything like that but i can put you in the credits.
This is my own idea please do not steal this idea and say its your own work.

I need a first person model and a third person model of course with the right naming schemes: Armageddon

I know this is kinda a noob thing but hey...

Heres a picture of the model i want.
http://oi40.tinypic.com/5ceogo.jpg

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Old 02-18-2012, 11:39 PM   #2
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If you really want this, try requesting it at the SkyrimNexus.
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Old 02-19-2012, 07:44 AM   #3
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Done that but still im open for replys on here
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Old 02-19-2012, 10:28 AM   #4
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I have posted on here,skyrimnexus,bethesda forums.
Nobody wants to do this!
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Old 02-19-2012, 10:44 AM   #5
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I have posted on here,skyrimnexus,bethesda forums.
Nobody wants to do this!
I could do it... the modeling part wouldn't be too hard, and while I've never imported an item like this into Skyrim, it would be a good opportunity to learn.

However, I have a slight problem with "but i can put you in the credits."

See in a situation like this, since I'd be doing all the work, and you'd only be providing the idea/design of the sword, it would be reversed. The mod would be under MY name, and YOU would be mentioned in the credits. As long as you're ok with that, I can do it for you.
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Old 02-19-2012, 11:38 AM   #6
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Cool

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I could do it... the modeling part wouldn't be too hard, and while I've never imported an item like this into Skyrim, it would be a good opportunity to learn.

However, I have a slight problem with "but i can put you in the credits."

See in a situation like this, since I'd be doing all the work, and you'd only be providing the idea/design of the sword, it would be reversed. The mod would be under MY name, and YOU would be mentioned in the credits. As long as you're ok with that, I can do it for you.
God dammit alright then aslong as i am in the credits...
If you happend to have skype then mine is denni199
my steam is denni190.
I would be doing the modding part though.
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Old 02-20-2012, 08:40 AM   #7
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You don't need to model anything for this. Use WoW Model Viewer and import to blender, change file type, export to Skyrim. Only thing you will need to do is Draw a better texture, since WoW's are pretty low-rez.
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Old 02-20-2012, 09:17 AM   #8
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You don't need to model anything for this. Use WoW Model Viewer and import to blender, change file type, export to Skyrim. Only thing you will need to do is Draw a better texture, since WoW's are pretty low-rez.
Didnt know that.
I would love to know how to do that.
I mean for other models if i wanted to import them into skyrim.
If and only if you would like to make a tutorial for how to do that
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:20 AM   #9
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Steps:

1. DL WoW Model Viewer and open it
2. Got to weapons, find it, export it to a location.
3. Import the (.obj i think?) into blender
4. DO whatever you need to do in blender, change file type (nif rite? Haven't used meshes in awhile) etc. etc.
5. Put mesh in appropriate folders
6. Load up CK, make a new weapon and define the mesh as what you put in the folder.
7.???
8. Profit

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SPUF is the forum you're on right now.

Oh, so this is a WOW thing? So, this sword isn't even your own design/idea? Boy, I feel dumb now. Tell you what, I'm already about 30% done modeling it now, so I'm not going to quit, but I actually don't want very much credit if it's just a WOW ripoff. I'll settle for a name in the credits in this case.

Anyhow, any thoughts on stats?
Gotta say, you are a stella person. You are really okay with doing this guys work for him? It is one thing to put a small team together, or even share ideas between two people for a mod, but this guy is expecting you to even put the mesh in the CK, make it a weapon, and then let him say he made the mod.

This guy has been spamming Beth Official forums demanding someone do this for him, and let him take credit for doing nothing but throw up a poor MS-paint image of a weapon from another game on teh webs. I think it's fantastic you are someone who is willing to provide their time to someone, but among the candidates to provide time for, this guy would be ranked pretty low imo.
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