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Here's a fifth pack of five models in total, consisting of Tina, Christie and Hitomi from Doa5 along with Baraka and Cyrax from MK9. Though some of these models aren't perfect, they are however more then usable in sfm. You might have more trouble getting some of them to work in gmod.
The Doa girls and MK9 guys have varying bodygroups/skingroups. Faceposing and eyeposing on all models except Cyrax (obviously). Some of the models have IK Rigs, big thanks to NeuroticNeb!
Her hair isn't quite up to scratch with the other models due to errors during porting. Eyes aren't her default ones from the game...for some reason (never quite worked out why).
Frustratingly, if you move Hitomi's pelvis, it leaves a small string part of her panties behind, seemingly seperate from the model itself. I tried to get this fixed but as of now, we're stuck with it. A way to get around it is to use the roottransform bone, position it were the pelvis bone is and use that instead. I'm still annoyed I somehow missed this when the model was being worked on.
She has a few different skins, being able to swap between her red and blue outfit.
Baraka & Cyrax
These are arguably the best models. Faceposing on Baraka is excellent. Baraka has bodygroups for forearm blades to appear on and off. Cyrax has a number of bodygroups to open up his chest armour. Both Cyrax and Baraka have alternate damage skins for that beaten up look.
Its inevitable you'll encounter some flaws or errors across these models, the hair on the Doa girls inparticular is far from perfect when using certain lighting setups. Still, I hope these may come in handy regardless!
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