Urbanator Model Release #4

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Here's a fouth pack of five models in total, consisting of Tina, Christie and Hitomi from Doa5, a Splicer from Bioshock 2 and an African Wild Dog from Resident Evil 5. Though these models aren't perfect, they are however more then usable in sfm. You might have more trouble getting them to work in gmod.

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The Doa girls have varying bodygroups/skingroups.
Faceposing and eyeposing on all models EXCEPT the Splicer and the Dog who only have eyeposing. 
Bones are used to pose the face on the Splicer and the Dog.
Some of the models have IK Rigs, thanks once more to NeuroticNeb for helping with those!

Christie

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).

Splicer

She has quite a few different skins to alter her clothing and skin colour for variety.

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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