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BioShock Infinite Skyhook

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Description

The Skyhook from BioShock Infinite.   Ported from a model for XNALara, found here: http://armachamcorp.deviantart.com/art/BioShock-Infinite-Sky-Hook-370089024   The front section can rotate independently. Each claw, the leather sleeve, the trigger, and the wingnut on the left side are poseable.


Filename Downloads Created Filesize
Files
ndlx_skyhook_20140808.zip
🇳🇱 EU Download
🇨🇦 NA Download
12 2016-01-31 6.12 MB
Previews
poster59_sfmlab.png
🇳🇱 EU Download
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10 2020-03-01 191.67 KB
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Comments

Thanks! Should come in handy :3
Reply • Aug. 8, 2014, 12:03 p.m. -  Valnoressa 
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The hook wheel wobbles when it spins. Any way to fix this?
Reply • Nov. 6, 2014, 5:05 a.m. -  MunchyGoat
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If I remember correctly, the problem was that the left and right sides don't line up perfectly. If the axis is lined up horizontally through the center of one side, it will be off-center for the other. If the axis is lined up along the centers of both sides, the hooks will wobble left and right. The mesh/texture could probably be tweaked slightly so that it aligns properly with the axis, but it seemed minor enough that I didn't plan on doing that.
Reply • Nov. 26, 2014, 8:56 p.m. -  noodlebox
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