Street Fighter (IV + V) - Zangief

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SFV - Zangief XNALara port by Jetsetradioremixsega

Works with the 3spine valve IKrig.

  • have translucent parameters model it will affect the same model(due to filtering borders)

It will make the model appear transparent when you open ambient occlusion, so i separates the body and hair model

  • And be careful the bone bind, You need to bind the Neck/Head bone before you bind the entire hair model

if you don't do that, the hair of entire head will been narrowed

And thanks to Ganonmaster's EyePosing tutorial !!

SFIV - Zangief Original by Merle Dixon

converted from Gmod to SFM.

increase Eyes, Jaw and Brow bone. No Eyes Posing and face bone.

Remake all bone, now zangief can works with 3spine valve IKrig .

issue : some rotating was not work well.

Download HERE

note : some words i use google translate,maybe have some cultural grammar errors.


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Filename Downloads Created Filesize
  zangief.rar   456 2016-04-24 12:30:32 5.41 MB
  SFV_Zangief.rar   472 2016-04-29 15:49:48 22.27 MB
  SFV_Zangief_ZRscTxJ.rar   400 2016-05-04 12:08:48 19.6 MB
  SFV_Zangief_9yqXhfW.rar   381 2016-05-17 13:49:48 13.38 MB
  SFV_Zangief_9SLF40q.rar   470 2016-05-18 15:38:21 14.07 MB
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