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    Mass Effect N7 armor edit

    I couldn't find legs, abs, or lower back, so I took what I found and put them all together in one file and added the abs, legs, and the details of the lower back. I'm going to use foam for the other parts including the calves, knees, and the main part of the lower back. I'm a bit bigger in the chest than you skinny guys, so I added some chunkiness to the chest, hopefully with room to spare. I also added cutouts to slip a belt through the ab plate for easier rigging. I've scaled this to my height 6'2", and I wanted to post it for anyone who wants it.
    I would give credit to the original modeler of the parts that I used to start with, but I suspect it's just an edit of the game rip. The helmet may be original since it's more detailed than the game file. Sign your pep files guys! :P

    (the box at the bottom is there for help in scaling)
    Download it here. Not unfolded yet.
    Particle physics gives me such a hadron.

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    Once I have the time I could unfold this and post it here. When I unfold things like this I usualy put each Armor peice in to sections and Label them. It just makes it more easy to find pieces I think. I should start the unfold pretty soon though.

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    this is awesome!
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    I unfolded the torso parts. Get them here.
    Fits 6'2" height (if my conversion was accurate ), and for average build people, you can cut at the armpits and overlap for a better fit.
    Next up is the arms...
    Particle physics gives me such a hadron.

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    wow, this cool.... thanks for posting this
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    This is great thanks for posting it.
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    can you tell me how to break down the model and i can unfold it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow_Slayer View Post
    can you tell me how to break down the model and i can unfold it
    If you have the full version of Pepakura designer, you can export the model in .obj format. Then you export each part as its own file.

    I'm working on redoing the abs and back, I don't like how they turned out. I'm going to use floating faces for the back details, and I'm going to make each ab plate a single part, so they can be attached to an undersuit for more flexibility. I'm editing the female armor too, so I'll post it here when it's done, but I need a good height for an average female to scale everything properly.
    The rest of the helmets/headgear are coming soon (even DLC stuff).

    Edit:
    Still editing, but...
    N7 Heavy armor - Abs, back, and legs.
    Download .obj
    Last edited by dung0beetle; 12-04-2010 at 04:49 PM.
    Particle physics gives me such a hadron.

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    K thanks I do have the full version btw this will help me with the other models just let me know when this is done and I'll get to the unfolding
    I'm your follower in the light, Yet I'm invisible in the night
    At various sizes I appear, I won't harm you, have no fear
    What am I?

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    But how do you you get each part separate?
    I'm your follower in the light, Yet I'm invisible in the night
    At various sizes I appear, I won't harm you, have no fear
    What am I?

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