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Ronin (SFM)


Description

RYUJIN NO KEN WO- I mean-ahem. Sword core activated.

Ronin from titanfall 2 (Interestingly enough, called "Locust" in the actual files). Everything that should be glowing is glowing, and the model actually works with lighting this time around.

The sword is part of the model, controlled by the "def magazine bone". It is also bodygroupable. I'm actually starting to get good at porting from blender to sfm. Big thanks to Stuffed for that. Also, thanks to Sync1211 (https:// //vrcmods.com/user/sync1211) for actually ripping these from the game. I just ported it from unity to blender to sfm.

Issues: The texture is a little bit ashy, sorry about that. I actually included a normalmap with this model, not sure if it's showing up though.

His eyes don't glow. Again, you will need to just throw a light on his eyes. I recomend using uberlight so you can get that rectangular light on his eyes, instead of using multiple lights per eye.

This upload only comes with the IMC skin for ronin. If you wanted a MCOR skin, sorry but the post I ported this from didn't come with that.

Lastly, this model's arms don't bend correctly with an ik rig, at least one made by autorigger. I just locked the hands to the torso, animated the lower body since that works fine, and did the rest in FK



Comments

Gwamp

Not bad.

Gwamp posted 11 months, 2 weeks ago

brilliant pilot

oranger posted 11 months, 2 weeks ago

Bravo

>Clicks download >Sees title "Weeby.zip" HA! AHAHAHA! I love this.

Bravo posted 11 months, 1 week ago

And now we wait for Legion...

Ded orbit gum 2 posted 11 months, 1 week ago

Commander Shepard

I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite model on SFMLab.

Commander Shepard posted 6 months ago

Is this useable for Garry's Mod ?

x0IGAMERI0x posted 2 months, 3 weeks ago

Make it usable for Garry's Mod

x0IGAMERI0x posted 2 months, 3 weeks ago

MAKE IT USEABLE FOR GARRY'S MOD

x0IGAMERI0x posted 2 months, 1 week ago


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