Tales from the Borderlands - Vasquez Model & Props Pack


------IMPORTANT NOTE: If you downloaded Vasquez prior to 05/21/2017, I have since changed the file names and locations of the pistol and shotgun I've included with this pack. Please get this updated version, and then you can safely delete the old versions of the guns, if you don't want duplicates floating around.

Once you've installed the updated version, these are the files to delete: "HyperionPistol.dx90", "hyperionpistol.mdl", "hyperionpistol.vvd", "HyperionPrototypeShotgun.dx90", "hyperionprototypeshotgun.mdl", "hyperionprototypeshotgun.vvd".

These files should be located wherever your SFM Usermod models are saved. In my case, I just use the default location, so the folder path is "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\SourceFilmmaker\game\usermod\models\mcemily\TFTBL\Props"

Sorry for the inconvenience! And now on with the show!

Hugo McSwoopy-Hair. Wallethead. Assquez. Whatever you want to call Vasquez, here he is in all his swoopy-haired / walletheaded / faceless gory--I mean, glory.

I know there is already a Vasquez model available in the Workshop, but I chose to port this model from episode 4, to include all the (rather gory) variants, like the severed arm, faceless head, and damaged torso. Also, wallethead.

In addition to the Vasquez model, this pack also includes several Vasquez-related props, such as his severed arm, his severed face, his Hyperion pistol, and the Hyperion prototype shotgun he didn't know how to use. ;)

Additionally, this Vasquez model features high-resolution textures, dynamic outlines, improved game-like eyes with scalable pupils, as well as body groups for his head, torso, right arm, over-ear headset, and voice modulator. There are no face flexes (the dynamic outline does not play well with face flexes), but there are face bones to pose instead.

There are also attachment bones for the guns in both his left and right hands. Guns are interchangeable (by which I mean that either gun will fit in either hand).

This model should work with LowRider's Borderlands rig script (found here: https://mega.nz/#%21zhN1DSzJ%21Lw--p92iwL86DVTCa6FbOrqiu7SOTL8KcPAvGkORrhI).

If you use this model, send me a link to the finished project; I'd love to see it!

Do not repost/upload this model elsewhere... certainly do not claim it as your own work. Please ask before porting to a different format.


Hugo Vasquez and Tales from the Borderlands belong to Telltale Games and Gearbox Software.


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  mcemily_Vasquez_7mXqv26.zip   431 2017-05-22 02:40:54 29.6 MB
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