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WoW Female High Mountain Tauren - Sheila by ColonelYobo

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Another port of ColonelYobos WoW models, this time it's the female high mountain tauren
Materials are similar to Faye, so just textures and bump maps with phong.
The port is in usable state, but I didn't test it a lot, so there might be some issues.

This time toe controlled rig didn't work, so I included a rig generated by autorigger. Due to double jointed nature of legs, try to pose with the second joint (foot) and then rotate the hoof (toe)


  • some basic flexes (facial and body flexes)
  • jigglebones (butt, boobs, mane, tip of the tail)
  • facial bones and other bones for posing
  • eyeposing (viewtarget)
  • finger posing

Known issues:

  • included rig is very basic, but better than nothing
  • no extensive testing, weight painting might be broken again


  • general testing to find potential issues
  • more flexes

Blizzard for making WoW and High Mountain Tauren
ColonelYobo for the Blender model
Me for porting it


Commander Shepard

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

Commander Shepard posted 5 months ago


the eyes are all derpy, atleast for me, i cant make them look straight using the local target or even up/down, they are totaly looking iside her skull XD

SumerianDragon posted 3 months, 1 week ago


I mostly focussed on making viewtarget work, and it kinda does. It's not perfect, but non-derpy results are possible. Also I lost source files, so it's unlikely I will fix this model anytime soon, new releases are more likely, and I kinda began working on some...

dong_jovi posted 3 months, 1 week ago

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