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Tutorial Let's start 3D-Moddeling - Part IV - Creating Maps, LOD4 and adding Furniture 1.01

A very basic modding tutorial - Part IV - Creating all required Maps, finishing LOD4, add Furniture

  1. Mr.X²
    This is the 4th part of the "Let's start 3D-Moddeling" tutorial. If you havent already, start with part I here:
    http://xlnation.net/resources/lets-start-3d-moddeling-part-i-modeling-a-basic-lod4-model.1131/

    For questions, suggestions, requests or whatever about this tutorial please use the discussion thread.
    For general questions about 3D-Moddeling, please use the Modding-Help-Quarter forums.

    And if you miss something in this tutorial just let me know :)

    If you prefer the original .docx file instead of a pdf, you can download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/download/t0zodjntq5folm5/Lets+start+3D+-+Part+IV.docx

    PS: i will update all parts of this work-through-tutorial when i have finished them all ;)

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Recent Reviews

  1. Lokentaz
    Lokentaz
    5/5,
    Version: 1.01
    Thank you. Very instructive.
    1. Mr.X²
      Author's Response
      youre welcome
  2. Tomas13TO
    Tomas13TO
    5/5,
    Version: 1.01
    thanks for this. very useful. I'm waiting for part 5 :)
  3. nicko2u
    nicko2u
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    looks good, I read it quickly. I would lower the bump map value maybe 4.0 seems always way to high for me. 1.4 maybe? anyhow great tutorial for those getting started.
    1. Mr.X²
      Author's Response
      guess thats a personal preference ;)
  4. Artmaster
    Artmaster
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Once again you've outdone yourself...very informative!