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I was wondering if there was anyone out there who is either good at modeling or can get the model of Nathan off ps4, to make a model of Nathan's head for a GTA 5 mod i am making, any help would be much appreciated
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>>524033
Also textured if possible
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>>524033

That might be a bit of a tall order, especially without payment involved. Here's a link to Nathan Drake from Uncharted 3 though.

http://junkymana.deviantart.com/art/Nathan-Drake-Desert-Uncharted-3-593407476
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>>524033
o-okay anon. I will get to work right away! Give me 10 minutes i-if thats not too much to ask for.
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>>524061

10 minutes come on man Frank Tzeng did it in 5.
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>>524054
>model extracted from the original game
>looks like absolute shit compared to it

nani
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>>524242

It will be the same when U4 Drake gets ripped. They have an entire team just working on cloth, hair and skin shaders ingame. Raw model data and textures are just one piece of the puzzle now.
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>>524242
They use stock shaders with basic settings to render those so of course it's gonna look worse than the ingame ones.
People into ripping game models generally don't understand a thing about how to actually set up and make use of the content they unpack.
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here you go



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