hunterk, post: 5530745 wrote:
I just realised my pocket_chara_select link is wrong, it was just a jpg...
Here's the good link to the emz: http://www.mediafire.com/?20m8rn6xzk539po
hunterk, post: 5532583 wrote:
I love it! I will definitely be using that one.
Have you read the tutorials yet on the vanilla wiki? It's pretty much the same process.
hunterk, post: 5530925 wrote:
lol, I hope so. My favorite mods are the weird ones :P
If you want to give it a shot, check out the tutorials page on the vanilla wiki and read over my 'updated skinning tutorial' and 'beginner's intro to model editing.' Between these 2, you'll be able to make skins and modify the 3D models. If you want more after that, sensibeat's col-based transparency tutorial is the best way to get into hex editing (the link is currently down because SRK screwed up all of the URLs again; I'll updated it as soon as Google indexes the new addresses).
The only thing that's changed from those tutorials is that the *.cos.emz and *.col.emz bundles don't exist anymore so their components files are just floating around loose. You can still modify them in the same manner, though.
Related to the URL changes again: sensibeat, would you mind if I mirror your tutorials on my blog so the links will be a bit more dependable?
yeah, I just found the same problem.
For the training stage, at least, the STG.TRN.tex.emz file now holds the repeating DDS texture, while the STG.TRN.emz file holds the geometry. I didn't have a chance to peek at any of the other stages, but I suspect they'll be a hassle to convert, based on their number of components that may have shuffled around.
Related: in this post, sensibeat explains how to edit/rename stages so you can shift them around (e.g., replace unwanted stages with modded TRN stages).
KtWdA, post: 5532572 wrote:
I really wanna start learning to mod... but I can't really figure out how to get the skins into an editing state... can I get some help?
mugenlove100, post: 5531929 wrote:
how do you switch obj with one another, example like switching ken hair with ryu's hair
hunterk, post: 5538845 wrote:
using the tutorial that sensibeat linked, you should be able to rip/convert the character voices in to mp3s or wavs or whatever for listening. Just don't bother with the second half, where you re-convert them to csb :P