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Okay guys, a bit of a warning here. This is the first time I'm submitting something to the Lab. and it is also the first time I've used Blender in a long time.
That being said, I give you...the infamous Bastion from Overwatch! That's right, this lovable yet loathsome automaton is now available to the Steam Community through the magic of SFM! With it, you can make him drive a car, pet a furry creature, mow down heaps of screaming children and much more!! (just don't do anything that'll get blizzard prudish and mad and get all the models taken down again. I've worked on this for three weeks so don't mess this up!)
-Lotza Bones!! (This is a direct extract from the game and my goal was to leave it as is for you to have greater control over the model. Also because I couldn't figure out to remove most of them in the first place)
-Exchange-able Left Hand/Repair Welder via Bodygroups
Does Not Include:
-The central core piece that slides out when he reconfigures into turret mode. It keeps spawning on the floor for some reason and I couldn't move it.
-The parts needed to turn tank. They suffer the same issue plus their models are completely warped. Not sure if it's an issue with exporting or with the .dmx files themselves.
-An IK Rig, which really isn't necessary since AutoRigger is a thing.
But anyways, enjoy, and let me know what you think!
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