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Equipment Pack
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Type: Model, Addon
Tags: Scenic
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Feb 27, 2013 @ 11:58am
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Description
This addon adds loose equipment props.
Nothing is required to download.
This addon does not add any characters or ragdolls.
This is not Bonemerge props. You are free to put them anywhere you want.

You can use these props for customizing your characters for movies/screenshots. Or customizing your own playermodel using PAC3.

This is my first Addon I've ever created. So sadly I can not make thease props bonemergeable.

-Credits-
I take no credit for these props.
I have only made them into physic props for the Source Engine to be used in Garry's mod.

All credits goes to the people who made the models for the following games. They did a great job!
-Brothers In Arms: Road to Hill 30
-Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad
-Call of Duty: Black Ops
-Call of Duty: World At War
-Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

Thanks to FP user dvondrake, Varsity and Treevis121 for helping me with blender.
Also big Thanks to FP user luxox_18 for porting. What would the community have done without him?

I'm happy to hear any feedback. So please leave a comment if there's something on your mind.

p.s. Don't ask me to add more stuff cause I got better things to do. Thanks for your support.
156 Comments
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Pingu  [author] Jan 5 @ 6:58am 
ps.

I limited my challenge to only props and not ragdolls so I never worked with bones, really.
So good luck! Get started, you're going to use google ALOT. And to save you some frustration I added you on steam so feel free to just PM me anytime if your having any related problems. I can probably link you loads of tutorials. :)
Pingu  [author] Jan 5 @ 6:57am 
I know exacly what you mean, I though the same thing before I made this.
To be honest, you don't need to know too much. To make this I had to learn a few things:

1. Blender 3D basics, witch means loading a 3D model ported by someone else (luxox_18 is the king), editing meshes and adding a physbox and exporting my edited mesh to source engine compatible files. Getting the textures to show up accordingly was probaly the hardest for me.

2. Learning the source engine model import workflow, this means knowing what to copy and paste where pretty much. This is the most rewarding since you get to see your props working in-game, or not and you need to redo something down the production line with that entity.
[L.T.De] Marco Wolf Jan 4 @ 8:19pm 
Meh, I'm not good with porting stuff. Especially working with bones. I really have no idea on how to start, and I don't know where to end. Damn, I never worked with source before, and it looks so hard to port stuff, but I'll look into it.
Pingu  [author] Jan 4 @ 8:15am 
You got a really nice idea Marco. The reason why I did the pack in the first place was because I saw there wasn't really anything like it on the community, and honestly I think you should try to visualize your idea yourself.
Before I started this pack I knew nothing about porting props, but the greatest joy was overcoming the obstacles and learning new skills.
You know what you and the community need, now its up to you to realize your idea.
Good luck mate!
[L.T.De] Marco Wolf Jan 3 @ 7:03pm 
Drogin, I'm sure this is to use with PAC 3.

Anyway, can you make police stuff too? Like belts, vests, holsters with a bone for placing CSS pistols without needing to adjust the position, and of course that's optional. It would surely get a fave from a lot of people, because equipment packs aren't really common. For a base you could get some from DayZ ARMA II or III mod and import into the game or from the cops from L4D2 and of course some stuff from CSS and CS:GO. I'd appretiate it if you did that.
Drogin Dec 30, 2014 @ 10:32am 
this sucks you cant us bull shit with thes props
Pingu  [author] Dec 29, 2014 @ 5:19pm 
Hi Tom, you find this in prop -> browse -> equipment pack.
Enjoy, be creative!
Tom Kamín Dec 29, 2014 @ 12:16pm 
Where can i find them? How do i use this? Thanks
Pingu  [author] Oct 21, 2014 @ 10:54am 
The suit guy in the pic is from the "Suits and Robbers" addon, just search that in workshop.
Geimer96RUS Oct 21, 2014 @ 9:31am 
как их одеть?