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Old 05-24-2008, 02:56 AM   #1
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Converting models into brushes

That's right folks. What I'm talking about is converting a model into brushes. "Why would someone want to do that" you ask? Well it's simple really. I basically want to do what Sith-J-Cull (allegedly) did for his Millennium Falcon map. I want a ship that the player can walk into and explore around in.

I once heard there was a process for converting models (3ds format or whatever) into "brush-models", but it seems that process is lost now. Does anyone here know what I'm talking about?


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Old 05-24-2008, 04:19 AM   #2
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MilkShape can do it. It's not a very clean process. You'll have to fix it up in Radiant and you should run a brush cleanup on it. Give it a try but you might be better off making it from scratch.

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