hey /3/ my friend extracted entire runescape map and im thinking about rebuilding it in UE4 with HD textures and lighting. what do you guys think of that idea. its gonna be a pain in the ass tho cuz everything is attacked. im gonna have to detach everything and unwrap everything. trees are god awful so i might get rid of everything and replace it with speedtree trees.
some parts of the city are missing (that or i accidentally passed it. i had to open up over 750 files by hand and figure out what was what.
you guys know any easier way i can quickly check OBJ's? is there like a file viewer or whatever?
what do you guys think of this idea?
>hey /3/ my friend extracted entire runescape map and im thinking about rebuilding it in UE4 with HD textures and lighting
So you're the idea guy.
i have other skills others than ideas :(
I'd be interested to see it, both before and after your UE4 process..
My only question is why? It's not like you can do anything with it
Good luck all the same chum, and post progress.
id, always wanted to see runescape in HD (real hd not that rs3 bullshit)
i just gotta find the castle obj and figure out the easyest way to unwrap and detatch everything everything
Upload that shit.
where can i upload it. mega wants me to register and i aint got time fo dat
how large is the collection?
well like 500mb compressed
Fucking A+, anon, so worth staying up until 5am for this.
As for checking each obj, might as well continue on in your modeling program of choice, not gonna be any easier in anything else as far as I know.
If you're looking to do the entire map by yourself, why not enlist a few anons and boss them around to help out? I know I'll be tackling a few areas since I loved runescape2.
let me know if you find the front part of varrock and the castle
Map's pretty fucked, based off where the first obj starts, this doesn't seem like 40% of the map
If you have to seperate the mesh and UV unwrap everything to have practically usefull Uvs for Unreal you are probably better/faster off to rebuild from the ground.
Someones doing this shit already
you might be able to write a script that renders all of the files and saves the images with the same names and an image file extension
kek. you might just want to join their project