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cassius

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Anyone know where I can get a free model of an old windmill thats convertible to gmf. I tried a couple of sites but somehow never managed to get the download.
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Aggror

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Turbosquid models are looking good:
http://www.turbosquid.com/Search/Index.cfm?keyword=windmill+free

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we once had a windmill... a working one at that...

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cassius

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thanks  aggror I give it a try. Has to be an ancient  windmill. Strangly theres one in my avatar but thats a wind pump on a river in Norfolk.
amd quad core 4 ghz  /  geforce 660 ti 2gb /  win 7 64 bit
Blender,gimp,silo2,ac3d,,audacity, le 3.x standard / using c++

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Benton

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I made you a little windmill cause I thought "hey this would be fun to make". It's not that good and I think a some faces are flipped the wrong way, but I might fix it up later. I will be using this in my project as well, if you are OK with that then feel free to use my model for whatever. There is no thingy that rotates, but that should be easy to make.

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*I think the normals are flipped on the front there, that is why there is that weird shadow*

If you still want it just tell me and I will send it to you...
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cassius

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Yeah Benton thanks I can use it. I never managed to download the ones at turbosquid. I got something but it wasn't a windmill. Strange.
amd quad core 4 ghz  /  geforce 660 ti 2gb /  win 7 64 bit
Blender,gimp,silo2,ac3d,,audacity, le 3.x standard / using c++

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gamecreator

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I think that weird shadow may be due to smoothing groups.

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Benton

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Smoothing groups...? Cassius how bout I send you the model tomorrow and I will see if I can fix the problems...
Windows 7 Professional 64 bit, 16 gigs ram, 3.30GHz Quad Core, GeForce GTX 460 one gig, Leadwerks 2.5, Blender 2.62, Photoshop CS3, UU3D

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cassius

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great! thanks.
amd quad core 4 ghz  /  geforce 660 ti 2gb /  win 7 64 bit
Blender,gimp,silo2,ac3d,,audacity, le 3.x standard / using c++