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Tales from the Borderlands - Sasha Model Pack


I know there is already a Tales from the Borderlands Sasha model by LowRider available on the Workshop, but I decided to port my own version, for various reasons. The base Sasha model has proper transparency around her hoodie laces, and her goggles are also a separate body group, allowing you to choose between two different goggle designs (each can be worn on either her neck or her face), or no goggles at all. She also comes with several different skins.

Once I finished the base Sasha model, I decided I also wanted the Hyperion Sasha model (with both outfit variants), and the Future Sasha model (with skin variants), so I'm including these as well, since I thought others might want them, too.

All of these models feature high-resolution textures, dynamic outlines, and improved game-like eyes with scalable pupils.

There are no face flexes (the dynamic outline does not play well with face flexes), but there are face bones to pose instead.

Although these Sasha models are not based on LowRider's port, I did decide to use his naming conventions for the bones so these models will work with LowRider's Borderlands rig script.

If you use any of these models, send me a link to the finished project; I'd love to see it!

Do not repost/upload these models elsewhere... certainly do not claim it as your own work. Please ask before porting to a different format.


Sasha and Tales from the Borderlands belong to Telltale Games and Gearbox Software.


Oh thanks so much! This is really cool! is it possible for you to do even more Tales from the Borderlands characters and models?

poogers555 posted 3 years, 1 month ago


@poogers555 That is the plan! I'm collaborating with Cyristal-Artist and between the two of us, we should end up with just about all of the characters, plus a bunch of props and even some of the scenery. :) I've currently got Felix, Cassius, Past & Hyperion Fiona, and the Purple Skag at various stages of completion.

mcemily posted 3 years, 1 month ago

Awesome! I cant wait! Also as a small side note, I dont think you'd be able to do this because Im pretty sure the tool everyone uses to extract Telltale models isnt working, but do you think you can do the same for Walking Dead Season 3 and Batman?

poogers555 posted 3 years, 1 month ago


At this time, I don't plan to port anything from those particular games. I don't own them, so I don't have access to the necessary files. Unfortunately, nobody can really do anything with them right now, because the TTG model extraction tool has not been updated for Batman or the new Walking Dead season yet. Several people have posted "hey, when can we expect this" questions on the relevant thread on XeNTaX, but the tool's creator hasn't given any kind of reply. When (if?) the tool is updated, I'm sure folks will start porting those models.

mcemily posted 3 years, 1 month ago


Looks good

Phantom_Sanches posted 3 years, 1 month ago


***Sigh*** Why has nobody actually ported weapons from Borderlands? I mean, they make up excuses, but never actually think that the parts can be either considered bodygroups or just a separate part! Also, they have no excuse with Borderland's Laser weapons! Some of them have Fixed parts, so they can be ported!

Lazarus056 posted 3 years, 1 month ago


@Lazarus056 I really don't know much about the Borderlands gun models. I do know that Tales from the Borderlands game models work differently from the Gearbox Borderlands models, and people have ported some of the guns featured in Tales from the Borderlands. Yhrite has a bunch here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/akes1ke5tq97llt/AAD9Qh0Je-N-vlbPEaxxkpFQa/tftblweps.rar?dl=0 and also here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/akes1ke5tq97llt/AADKVcdRUOO4D412ca7QaO-ua/blcontentpack2.rar?dl=0 Of course, you could always try porting them yourself! The only reason I started porting TFTBL models in the first place was because I wanted some models that nobody else had ported, and I got tired of waiting for them. I'm still learning as I go, but it's been an interesting experience so far!

mcemily posted 3 years, 1 month ago

Great Work. I really enjoy working with the Tales from the Borderlans models the two of you made and i´m looking to some more Tftbl models or maybe maps ;). If you are interested, i uploaded a few of my finished projects on my tumblr blog ( https://mondayheadache92.tumblr.com/image/172924025724; https://mondayheadache92.tumblr.com/image/172560075854; https://mondayheadache92.tumblr.com/image/172927477329 ) Unfortunately i have one problem though. The future and casual Sasha work completely fine but i can´t change to the Hyperion B model ( https://imgur.com/a/DgOfV ). I even reinstalled it 3 times but nothing seems to work, at least nothing i can think of. Any idea what i can do? Anyway thanks you :)

Monday_Headache posted 1 year, 10 months ago


Hey, Monday_Headache... sorry for the delayed response! Very delayed. I actually saw your artwork of the hands pop up on my Tumblr feed. They all look great! (oh, and a Strangerbot model is on my list of things to port, so stay tuned.) As for the trouble you're having with the Hyperion Sasha model... Her Hyperion model is a little different from the others. Because of the way the meshes fit together, each Hyperion outfit is actually a separate body group, not a skin. So, to change her outfit, you have to right-click on her model name over in the Animation Set Editor panel, then scroll down to "Set Body Groups," then scroll to the "Outfit" body group, and select "HyperionOutfitB.dmx" If you did that and are still having troubles, then I really don't know what to say... it works fine on my end!

mcemily posted 1 year, 8 months ago

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