This is a mecha from the Japanese anime, Bubblegum Crisis....
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- Program by Alex Baptista
This is a mecha from the Japanese anime, Bubblegum Crisis. In Episode, "Moonlight Rambler".
Quake 2 Plugin Player Model for Multiplayer Deathmatch
Release Date : Jan 19, 1999
Model Name : D.D. Battlemover
Installation Directory : quake2\baseq2\players\Alx_DD
Author : Alex Baptista
Deathmatch Callsign : Big Rocket
Email Address : [email protected]
Model Description : This is a mecha from the Japanese anime,
Bubblegum Crisis. In Episode 5, "Moonlight
Rambler," Daley Wong describes:
"The stolen 'D.D.' packs some impressive
firepower ... Don't underestimate it,
Leon. The D.D. is a new type [of]
battlemover, equipped with the 'J-1'
auto-control system. It's highly
intelligent, and may have more firepower
than our K-12 A.T. ... J-1 is a
completely unmatched automated combat
system ... which activates if the pilot's
heart rate drops below a certain level.
If J-1 runs out of power once it
activates, then Boom! It self-destructs
... using a micro-neutron bomb!"
Other Info : Bringing you tomorrow's PPM today -- in other
words, it has a lot of polygons.
Additional Credits to : iD Software for Quake II
Ryan "Ridah" Feltrin for Eraser Bot
Phillip Martin for Quake 2 Modeller
Npherno for NST
rogue13, for "Down and Dirty Tutorials For NST"
and for showing me the easiest way to do
Dave "HotFat" Biggs & company for Q2 Modeling
Mailing list FAQ V1.02
Roland Karlsson & Brad Klann, Skinview
Stephen Duffy for SkinED
Thanks to : Oobari Masami, designer of the D.D. Battlemover
Erwin Satrya, for introducing me to B.G. Crisis
JR, Sarah Davis, and others at alt.fan.bgcrisis
for D.D. pics
Greetings to : Dan Bickell (numerous Macross PPM)
Donald Cosmez (Priss PPM)
Tom "Vermilion" Dunne & Edward Ramona
(YF-19 Excalibur PPM)
Ionized Kit (Eva-01 PPM)
Michael "Magarnigal" Mellor & FIX
(Tekkaman Blade PPM)
Rim (Kenny PPM)
Scoots, Tharger, & Yohann (South Park PPM Pack)
Aaron Webster (Homer PPM)
Brian Yee (Cartman PPM)
Anime Fans : I'm only a casual otaku, with very limited
exposure to anime, beyond what's shown on
my local PBS channel, and what my friend
lends me. So to all serious otakus, which
are the best-looking mecha robots in the style
of Gundam ZZ and Macross? I'm referring to the
mechanical type, not the bionic/organic type
-- and with big guns and missiles. My
favorites are the D.D. and Power Dolls -- are
there others like them?
* Play Information *
New Sounds : No
CTF Skins : Yes
VWEP Support : No
* Construction *
Poly Count : 1260 + 64
Vert Count : 696 + 38
Skin Count : 1 Default + 9 CTF
Base : New model
Editor/Utility Used : 3D Studio Max 2 (3D modeling, animation)
ASCMaker (exporting 3DS animation)
Q2 Modeller 0.90b (reducing unwanted feet
movement, conversion to *.md2)
NST v0.9b3 (skin mapping, painting)
Skinview Mod v.4 (color checking, icon)
SkinED beta build 034 (touching up icon file)
Known Bugs : Does not load up properly in Skinview Mod v.4
(But OK in NST, Eraser Bot, etc.)
Build/Animation Time : Approximately, 25 hours for 3D modeling
50 hours for animation
25 hours for skin mapping
50 hours for skin painting
25 hours for learning
* How to use this model *
Unzip all files to your quake2\baseq2\players\Alx_DD\ directory,
and select at player setup in multiplayer menu.
* Copyright / Permissions *
QUAKE(R) and QUAKE II(R) are registered trademarks of id Software, Inc.
Bubblegum Crisis is the property of Artmic and Youmex.
Other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.
All rights reserved. This file is not to be sold in any way, and it is
for entertainment purposes only. You may distribute this file only in
its unaltered form. You assume all responsibility for the installation
of this file in your computer system.
* Epilogue *
If you've read this far, you might as well check out the jpeg picture
included in the ZIP archive. That's me wearing the CAL sweater. My PPM
was just a new skin job for Dan Bickell's Han Solo model -- obviously,
the skin is for my private use only.