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|Topic Started: Jan 1 2017, 03:16 PM (82 Views)|
|ZenShadow||Jan 1 2017, 03:16 PM Post #1|
(Basically a continuation of my last question, but it was unrelated so I made a new post.)
Anyone know the name of the Triforce's model?
My best guess is a file named "object_triforce_spot.zobj", but I'm not 100% on it, and I honestly don't know how to convert it to an obj and import it to Sketchup.
I was making a test level, and wanted to add it for the lols.
I can put it in Hylian Toolbox, and I have no clue what to do. I'll list exactly what I do:
File > Import OBJ > DL (It's not a map, so?) > OK > Selected object_triforce_spot.zobj > OK > I have no clue what to do here.
With my luck, I'm probably doing it all wrong and I don't even have the right file.
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