The Ex-Hyperion Feral Accountant is back, and he is more bandity (and less clothed) than ever!
Yikes. The more I work with Gearbox/Unreal Engine Borderlands models, the more I miss the Telltale Games Tales from the Borderlands models! UV Mapping and weight painting issues plagued me, but I stubbornly pushed through! Like the Borderlands 2 version of Vaughn, there was some really weird weight painting going on with this model's jaw (the mouth didn't open at all). I did the best I could, but it's definitely not perfect. Exaggerated jaw posing is going to result in some weird mesh deforming of Vaughn's neck/beard. You've been warned!
This model features high-resolution textures, multiple body groups for plenty of variety, and dynamic outlines. There are no face flexes (the dynamic outline does not play well with face flexes), but there are face bones to pose instead.
In addition to lots of body groups, I also included a freebie bonus skin, which will allow you to choose between the Gearbox Borderlands 3 style eyes, and the Telltale Tales from the Borderlands style eyes. You know, because I'm nice like that.
This model marks a departure from my usual naming conventions for the armature bones, which I have been using for my Borderlands models to enable them to match LowRider's Borderlands rig script. This model had a much more complicated armature than the Telltale models, so I decided to leave the Gearbox/Unreal bone names be, for the most part, which will allow this model to be used with MARK2580's Borderlands 3 rig here in the Workshop.
Also included in this pack are Vaughn's EchoSpex eyeglasses (which have definitely seen better days!), a wearable prop that can be used with other models.
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.
Gildor for creating the Unreal Engine Model Viewer (https://www.gildor.org/en/projects/umodel)
Vaughn belongs to Gearbox Software.
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