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Apologies if this is a re-post. Hope they are of some use.

 

Creation Kit 

 

Materials 

Meshes 

 

Misc 

Papyrus 

Textures 

 

xEdit 

 

The Vault Fallout Wiki 

 

 

credits: King Tobbe

 



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Damnnnn.. thats a long a$$ list. Thx for sharing.



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Hehe, where did you find that? I really should have formatted it better.



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Somebody's been busy. Grand job, davethfc!! My only suggestion would be to enclose each category in it's own spoiler so that one isn't overwhelmed by a wall of links. This should really be pinned by the management. Thank you!!

 

 

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much appreciated, compiling this must've taken a while

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Here's an updated link for the Workshop settlement guide.

http://stuyk.com/fal...ement-location/



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Excellent.

Bookmarked.



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Here's an updated link for the Converting Models to the .nif format for Fallout 4.

http://stuyk.com/fal...3ds-max-to-nif/



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Really cool stuff! Bookmarked. I got the necessary programs so hopefully I can make a new armor! Just gotta decide whether I want to learn 3DS Max or Maya and if I want to go with Photoshop for texturing or perhaps something else



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Really cool stuff! Bookmarked. I got the necessary programs so hopefully I can make a new armor! Just gotta decide whether I want to learn 3DS Max or Maya and if I want to go with Photoshop for texturing or perhaps something else

 

Photoshop for texturing. 3DS Max 2013 if you want usable models with collisions; furniture and such.

 

3DS Max 2013 link ->

http://trial.autodes...S_Win_64bit.exe


Edited by StuykGaming, 04 October 2017 - 07:39 PM.






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