How to: Exporting LODs with Blender

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How to: Exporting LODs with Blender

PostPosted by Modanung » 16 Jun 2016, 22:07

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Re: How to: Exporting LODs with Blender

PostPosted by rasteron » 17 Jun 2016, 01:02

Great stuff! and hey, finally see the face behind that one-eyed alien monster :)

Keep it up, cheers.
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Re: How to: Exporting LODs with Blender

PostPosted by 1vanK » 17 Jun 2016, 04:28

Always wanted to know, in Europe all know English so good? :)
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Re: How to: Exporting LODs with Blender

PostPosted by Modanung » 17 Jun 2016, 14:15

rasteron wrote:Great stuff! and hey, finally see the face behind that one-eyed alien monster :)
Keep it up, cheers.

Hehe. I'm sure to make more. Apart from just gladly feeding the knowledge base, I may use things like this to become a BFCT someday.
1vanK wrote:Always wanted to know, in Europe all know English so good? :)

Well, people who were born and raised in the Netherlands tend to be quite good English speakers since it's such a small country. Dutch being a relatively small language, most movies are foreign and are subtitled instead of dubbed (this happens only for kids). Also its rare for games to be available in Dutch. On top of that we were early to have Internet access at home because my brother adopted an interest for computers at an early age.
People who grew up in the former GDR tend to be better at Russian, since that's what they were taught. And many French seem to have a certain linguistic pride which makes them refuse to speak English, even though they could. So no, not all.
I do have a small interest in etymology, language and with it correct pronunciation as well. So thanks. :)
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