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SanadaSan

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  1. 3 downloads

    This is my reskin of the Bespin cop for Jedi Academy, adjusted to work in Jedi Outcast. Same as with my recently-posted Mon Mothma reskin, it's identical to the JA version, only the specular shaders don't produce dynamic glow and the RGB skin is omitted.
  2. 6 downloads

    This is my reskin of Mon Mothma for Jedi Academy, adjusted to work in Jedi Outcast. Aside from removing the extras that only work in JA, it's the exact same reskin. That said, the icons still use JA-style backgrounds (which were made by Ruxith here on JKHub). The hologram of her that appears in the opening cutscene (after the opening crawl and the Raven's Claw flying towards Kejim) is untouched, since that appears to be one of three ROQ files (the ones used for pre-rendered cutscenes) and I have no idea how to edit those. For the record, loading the JA version in JK2 doesn't crash the game (I deliberately didn't include the model.glm primarily to avoid unnecessary redundancy), but the shader parameters that JA uses to assign dynamic glow to stuff aren't programmed into JK2, resulting in errors if the model is loaded. Her dress uses one of its two specular textures (the one to make the necklaces shiny, so it's entirely black save for them), while her mouth and eyes use their specular texture, making her eyes look a little creepy. Likewise, her boots are mostly black, save for a pair of brownish accents here and there. Moreover, the JA model includes a sounds.cfg written for JA. The vanilla file has her using "mp_generic_female" instead of "mothma". There is actually a soundset in JK2 called that, but the way sounds.cfg are written in JA is different than in JK2. JK2 wants "chars/mothma/misc" followed by "f" on the next line to indicate Mon is a woman and it should read "[player name] killed herself" and so on when applicable. JA's syntax just needs the name of the soundset folder within "chars". As a result, JK2 reads "mothma", looks for a folder within sounds called "mothma", doesn't find it, and therefore leaves the model soundless. It does properly read the "f" on the second line and adjusts the death messages accordingly, though. In short, it doesn't do any harm if you use the JA version in JK2 beyond making Mon Mothma look kinda freaky. So if you feel like messing around, give it a whirl.
  3. Yo! good job on your reskinned skins for JA such as the Bespin cop and Mon Mothma, I would love to see JK2 versions for them. :)

  4. 27 downloads

    Did you know they're canonically called Bespin Wing Guards? JK2 coined the term "Bespin cop" and JA kept it like it did a lot of player models from JK2. Nevertheless, "Bespin cop" is quite ingrained in my mind from all my time playing JK2 and JA, so I'll be referring to them as such here. This is a reskin of the Bespin cop for Jedi Academy, cleaning up his uniform and adjusting its colors to be closer to canon without outright making a new model. This will overwrite the existing Bespin Cop in the base game, team skins included. Like before, the readme has a complete list of changes. Since I made this for Jedi Academy, I took advantage of the fancy effects it has and JK2 lacks: specifically RGB tinting and dynamic glow from specular shaders. That said, I recommend you have Detailed Shaders and Dynamic Glow enabled. The game is plenty old by now--I'm confident your machine can handle it. I've found that turning off Detailed Shaders still shows the RGB tinting, though it covers entire textures instead of using the alpha channel as a mask--it doesn't look great. I also have a JK2-compatible version available here, if you prefer.
  5. 31 downloads

    A reskin of Mon Mothma for Jedi Academy, in the same vein as my previous reskin of Kyle, although the changes aren't as drastic this time around. I primarily wanted to clean up her appearance and add fancy shaders. This will overwrite the existing Mon Mothma in the base game, team skins included. Since I made this for Jedi Academy, I took advantage of the fancy effects it has and JK2 lacks: specifically RGB tinting and dynamic glow from specular shaders. That said, I recommend you have Detailed Shaders and Dynamic Glow enabled. The game is plenty old by now--I'm confident your machine can handle it. I also made a JK2-compatible version, if you'd like. It's not particularly apparent in the screenshots, but I gave Mon's eyes a similar specular shader to what I gave Kyle last time.
  6. 43 downloads

    A reskin of Kyle Katarn for Jedi Academy, revising his color scheme and design into something I think is aesthetically pleasing. This is most definitely not my first attempt at making a reskin, but it is my first time actually posting the end result. It will overwrite the existing Kyle in the base game, team skins included. In short, I made Kyle's outfit mainly black and white, with the accoutrements (shoulder pad, bracers, armbands, gloves, belt, boots) made a consistent shade of brown. In long, check the readme in the zip file for the complete list of changes and/or look at the screenshots. I made this for Jedi Academy, as it takes advantage of JA-specific effects like RGB tinting and dynamic glow from specular shaders. That said, I recommend you have Detailed Shaders and Dynamic Glow enabled. The game is plenty old by now--I'm confident your machine can handle it. Please let me know if you'd like a JK2 version--I'll make one if there's interest. The changes not apparent in the screenshots are: Kyle's textures were cleaned up via waifu2x-caffe before editing to improve visual fidelity The addition of a second armband underneath his shoulder pad His pants have white stripes down them Several of Kyle's sounds from JK2 are included, replacing JA ones
  7. I make machinima-esque videos with Jedi Academy on occasion. To create a more cinematic camera (for lack of a better term), I use the command "cg_thirdpersonvertoffset" to lower the camera to a more reasonable height for "filming". On a map with cheats enabled, I used to use the keys "kp_slash" and "kp_star" to switch between the default camera height (16), and the lowered camera height (-12). In OpenJK, with the commands still bound to their respective keys, nothing happens. Num Lock doesn't change anything. The rest of the "kp_" keys appear to work fine. Since "cg_thirdpersonvertoffset" requires cheats to be enabled to be changed, doing the same thing on a map with cheats disabled reveals that "kp_slash" is treated as the same key as "slash", while "kp_star" still doesn't do anything. The issue appears to be the keys, not the commands. I can change the vertical offset by typing out the command in the console without any trouble. I primarily "film" in singleplayer, but the issue is also present in multiplayer. I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-bit.
  8. Since I've recently happened upon Hapslash's Imperial officer reskins for Jedi Outcast and Cryptaea's adaptation of them to Jedi Academy with working rank insignia, I'd like to have Galak's head put on one of Hapslash's Imperials for consistency's sake--specifically, the Vice Admiral version, which one can get here: http://www.gamefront.com/files/6109441/Original_Trilogy_2_Navy_Imperials. As I'm only aware that this sort of thing is possible, I have no idea how large of an undertaking this would be, but I would greatly appreciate the assistance of someone who knows how to achieve this. Thanks in advance!
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