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Final Fantasy XIII - Jihl Nabaat.


Description

"[Insert name here] does not wish to be credited." Well, I guess I'm not crediting then. SFM port by me.

Eye posing, not perfect, but should do what it's supposed to do. Otherwise all bones.

Bodygroups for glasses, holster and weapon.

Shoulders can look weird at some poses, unsure how to put those without shoulder pads detaching.

Left eye may have some weird glitching? I don't know. Sometimes it glitched on me and sometimes not. Or it's just my SFM freaking out.

Uses Valve_2spine rig.

No, I will not port this to GMOD.



Comments

NeuroticNeb

Thanks, Muna!

NeuroticNeb posted 3 years, 5 months ago

Awesome work! Thank you for sharing Munamauno. If you decide to port the other Fem characters I am definitely interested.

digitalpanther posted 3 years, 5 months ago

DarkRoxas

Never thought I'd ever see Jihl for SFM. Thanks for this

DarkRoxas posted 3 years, 5 months ago

Munamauno

@DarkRoxas - Neither did I. That's why I'm porting these.

Munamauno posted 3 years, 5 months ago

w3ndy

her hair's transparent fixed by turning phong off.

w3ndy posted 3 years, 4 months ago

SurroundingMists

I absolutely love her oh my gosh! It's too bad you're not porting her to GMod, I'd love to have a Jihl there too-- I swear it is impossible to find good models from Final Fantasy on there. Ahh I'd port her myself if I knew how (aand, had your permission). Very well done, she looks great and I also love your other models!

SurroundingMists posted 3 years, 1 month ago

Munamauno

I don't port to Gmod because I have never used it, don't know it, and don't really have time to think about it. But I have noticed that somebody might have ported it to Gmod [HERE](http://detreter.deviantart.com/art/Jihl-Nabaat-FFXIII-gmod-562149637), you could ask him about it. And nobody needs to ask me for permissions about anything. Do what you want with them.

Munamauno posted 3 years, 1 month ago


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