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Animations..

Discussion in 'Modeling & Animation' started by Modeler, Sep 24, 2004.

  1. Modeler

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    Im sorta new to models and am Handmaking one, but i dont know if i save the animation as a difrent file as the main or do i put multiple bones in the same file?
    Also can u post the link to whats-his-names guide on modeling
     
  2. ColdStar

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    In 3dsMax you create you model/mesh, bone it once, use those bones to effect changes on the mesh over time. All saved as one glorious file :wink:. Now exporting to Warcraft requires a tool. Best bet for tutorials on straight up modelling is 3dBuzz, 3dTotal or check out the tutorial forum on this site wc3sear.ch Tutorials which will have what you need to export your model to warcraft. Hope that helped. Cheers