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  Beginner BeginnerMember since: 03.04.2014, 20:14Posts: 11 Likes: 0
 

 Post Topic: Archive3d
PostPosted 21.04.2014, 14:23 
Anyone got any experience with archive3d.net ?

As I can understand the models are free for commercial use.

Anyone ever used them before ?

Gonna save me a lot of work on our 2 man game project. :D

User avatar   Experienced Modder Experienced ModderMember since: 05.11.2011, 11:47Posts: 568Location: Bardstown, Ky Likes: 86
 

 Post Topic: Re: Archive3d
PostPosted 21.04.2014, 15:10 
They aren't optimized so you will have to redo all of them in order to run in your game. Unless you like 230,000 tri's in a bowl.


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User avatar   Experienced Modder Experienced ModderMember since: 17.08.2011, 18:08Posts: 454 Likes: 26
 

 Post Topic: Re: Archive3d
PostPosted 21.04.2014, 18:31 
Quote by CollinBishop:
They aren't optimized so you will have to redo all of them in order to run in your game. Unless you like 230,000 tri's in a bowl.


Would be quicker to create your own :-D also its nice to learn how to model you won't be restricted.


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  Beginner BeginnerMember since: 03.04.2014, 20:14Posts: 11 Likes: 0
 

 Post Topic: Re: Archive3d
PostPosted 21.04.2014, 19:13 
haven't used 3Ds in 15 years :D Might give it a try and see if I'm able to create something "good" :D

optimizing the models seems like a pain .
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 Post Topic: Re: Archive3d
PostPosted 21.04.2014, 19:48 
Quote by Midnightorder:
haven't used 3Ds in 15 years :D Might give it a try and see if I'm able to create something "good" :D

optimizing the models seems like a pain .


I would, its a great skill to have and once you start to get better you will feel great how your levels and what not look like.


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