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View Poll Results: How should the baseball bat in... "batmod" be made?
One model, no beam. 6 40.00%
Standar (Model and beam). 2 13.33%
Doesn\'t matter. 2 13.33%
Both 0 0%
NONE! I don\'t like the idea!!! 5 33.33%
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Old 05-03-2002, 11:01 AM   #1
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Question Opinions for a modeller

Hiya everybody.

First post on these forums, but I haven't had anything to say or ask until now.

Okay, I guess everyone would note that there are no files from me yet, but I want your opinion of how I should tackle my first JKII "mod" (modEL actually).

I was parousing (looking through) the JKII files when I thought of changing the light saber into a baseball bat. Now here's my question. Should the bat be one piece, that is, just a model and no "beam", or should it be standar style, thats the handle as a model, and the rest of the bat as a "beam".

It really doesn't matter to me, so I wanted to ask the community.
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Old 05-14-2002, 02:31 PM   #2
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Hooligan style hah ?

love to kick stormtrooperbutt with a BBat hehe

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