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So I've been working on 3D modelling for DooM (Kinda wanna try to make a full 3D mod a-la quake style) but I am struggling to get my weapons to render properly in-game (specifically when used for the HUD).Screenshot_Doom_20180618_202835.png.d425dadb26e3665836878fe985c5b039.png

 

At first I thought I had the model's scale too high so I lowered it to "1.0" from "2.0" in the MODELDEF. This did nothing. I shrank the actual 3D model in Blender, delete the old model and replaced it. Oddly, it's not budging. What could be causing this rendering issue?

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I can move it a mere few inches in Blender but I can't seem to find the location of where my screen is relative to the model.

 

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I found out how it is rendered! :D

 

When you press "7" (and 5 for Ortho), the direction the in-game camera faces relative to 3D models is -Y.

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The model is either too big/small in Blender, or the model is not positioned correctly in Blender. For me, I had to have my model in the top left quadrant, under the grid, so it would display correctly.

 

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I'm pretty sure I had to scale my model down in SLADE afterwards, but it displays just fine.

 

When you move or scale models in Blender, make sure you bake them after.

 

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1 hour ago, DynamiteKaitorn said:

I can move it a mere few inches in Blender but I can't seem to find the location of where my screen is relative to the model.

 

Edit:

I found out how it is rendered! :D

 

When you press "7" (and 5 for Ortho), the direction the in-game camera faces relative to 3D models is -Y.

 

Where did you find that info? That's actually really helpful!

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10 hours ago, R4L said:

 

Where did you find that info? That's actually really helpful!

 

I just moved the model so that it it either +y, +z, -y or -z since I wasn't sure which side the model would load from. turns out it;'s -y! (Do bare in mind I'm talking when you set the export angle to Y, not the default Z)

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