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Industrial Explorer Outfit (Galen Marek)

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Star Wars The Force Unleashed 1&2: INDUSTRIAL EXPLORER OUTFIT

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FILE NAME: Industrial_Starkiller.pk3

 

Autor of the Frankenstein: Dark_Apprentice

 

INSTALLATION: Put the ".pk3" file inside your GameData/Base folder.

 

 

NPC SUPPORT: YES

 

SPAWN IN GAME: NPC SPAWN INDUSTRIAL_STARKILLER

 

 

SABER: I used galen marek's lightsaber (starkiller) from Ashura. Not included in the .pk3 !!

 

 

CREDITS:

 

- LucasArts, Raven, Circa, DT85, Toshi (original head+skin), ShadowX (for the hilt), UnsungHero + Schrödinger for the head (starkiller), DarthPhae for the face texture.

 

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BUGS: Mouth does not move when the model talks, but ignore it. None other that I know.

 

 

PERMISSION:

- FEEL FREE TO MAKE ANY CHANGES ON THIS MODEL, BUT DON'T FORGET TO CREDIT ME!

THIS FILE IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY ACTIVISION, RAVEN SOFTWARE, OR LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC. ELEMENTS™ & © LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY, LLC AND/OR ITS LICENSORS.


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All righty another Starkiller costume, the "Industrial Explorer" outfit, I don't believe we've seen a take on this one before so those who enjoy The Force Unleashed files might be interested in this.

 

To start out with, the file is a frankenstein of many various parts, the base of which I believe is Circa's take on Pilot Like based off of DT85's model.

 

Starting out with the head, which uses the texture of DarthPhae's TFU II pack, would have been my ideal choice for a Starkiller head. While it does resemble Jaden, it is still the best head we have so far. There don't seem to be facial animations, so that is unfortunate, another thing this throwing me off is the Sith eyes. They just stand out too much and distract from the rest of the model. Another object I noticed was the use of Toshi's Vader's lower mouth area. I'll be honest, I think that was quite clever move. I don't have any extremely close views of this breathing piece on the actual Starkiller so I can't make much more determinations than that. It does kind of clip into the collar and while it isn't terribly noticeable, it is there.

 

Onto the torso, the texture is based off of the X-wing pilot jumpsuit, which based on reference, was a good choice as that is exactly what the under portion of the costume looks like. Color seems about right, so no real complaints here. Now there is the matter of what I will just call the "survival equipment" on the front and back of the model. Unfortunately it is all just skinned on to the texture itself, making it appear rather flat and unnatural. This is especially noticeable on the back because the rear screen is off center. It would have been nice to see some additional parts frankensteined on to give it a more realistic look but regardless the "pipe lines" really don't look that bad. There were a lot of robe lines that didn't seem to be included on the hips, along with some sort of control set, which seems to have been set to replace the belt piece, which isn't really accurate but moving on...

 

My biggest gripe with this file has to be the arms. They just look so out of place when compared to the dark tone of the rest of the outfit and while they are indeed meant to be a different color, the sudden change as opposed to coming under the covering of what the shoulder should have just doesn't look good. The arms are also lacking the gauntlets, which Starkiller has on this outfit, the hands also could benefit from some sort of armor padding as the actual costume has.

 

The lower half of the body is also where the files starts to drift away from the actual costume, it simply now just looks like a different colored X-Wing jumpsuit. I would have liked to see some different textures added in to make it less like a jumpsuit and more like the costume itself. It looks like a blackened version of Bespin Luke's outfit might have worked here.

 

The belt isn't the most accurate to the costume, it actually resembles Gweth's belt more than it does Luke's. So I think her belt would have been a better choice.

 

I think the legs would honestly look better if you used the Galactic Marine's (provided that is even possible) it has the knee pads, it just overall carries a more accurate look to the costume than the pilot suit.

 

Finally the flank cloth seems a little too small, it should completely come over to both sides of Starkiller's body. Texture wise though it seems pretty accurate to what the costume has though.

 

 

So with all said in done there were some clever decisions made with this guy but it just resembles a pilot too much for it to truly remind me of this Starkiller costume.

I'd say look into updating the lower body the most as that is really where this guy looks to much like a pilot.

 

With that I give this file...

 

3/5 Proxies 

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Wow, I thought you won't release it and that review is a big one. It is nice that someone spend time on the details and I will have all this in mind, perhaps sometime I could try with a version 2.0 :)

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