Hyrule Warriors - Toon Link + customs

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Perhaps the most anticipated and first Toon Link as part of the previous one supports Face Flex features compared to previous Toon Link and Wind Waker related models. This is also my first MMD transfer to SFM and GMOD, which was easy as long as I got to know one step at a time and optimized it as needed. In my own opinion and to the best of my ability, I got to work on the test and it’s great and fantastic for maybe future animations or other uses. :)

Also with customs: All possible inspired by previous Zelda WW style games including Minish Cap, Four Swords, Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks including artworks. As for Dark Link, once again I made a distinction with this last word “alt” that stands out from the crowd.

You can also sub one unless all contents from "Hyrule Warriors: The Wind Waker Workshop collection" when it will automatically download to the right place without you having to do anything.

GMOD: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2788754287

SFM: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2788755095

Original MMD source: Jakkaeront

Source: Hyrule Warriors Disclaimer: Zelda is Nintendo

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  hyrulewarriors-toonlink-v2-sfm.zip   402 2022-04-03 10:39:12 12.01 MB
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  hyrulewarriors-toonlink-v2-gmod.zip   193 2022-04-03 10:39:12 12.35 MB
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  hyrulewarriors-toonlink-alt-v2-gmod.zip   155 2022-07-02 13:28:49 21.86 MB
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  hyrulewarriors-toonlink-alt-v2-sfm.zip   181 2022-07-02 13:28:50 21.52 MB
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