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Old 17-05-19, 17:11   #1
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Default Classic Lara model in pieces into Blender?

I'm looking for a way of getting the original classic lara into blender for rigging, but made out of the same separate 15 parts she was in the original games, I couldn't find any models that were like this already, and I'm not sure about how to extract the original models ready for blender, is this possible?
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Old 22-05-19, 05:59   #2
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I'm looking for a way of getting the original classic lara into blender for rigging, but made out of the same separate 15 parts she was in the original games, I couldn't find any models that were like this already, and I'm not sure about how to extract the original models ready for blender, is this possible?
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I'm looking for a way of getting the original classic lara ...
What is for you the "original classic lara" ???
TR1 ?
TR2 ?
Lara Croft And The Temple Of Osiris - Original Classic Lara Croft ?
Rise of The Tomb Raider - Classic Lara ?
Shadow Of The Tomb Raider - Classic Lara ?
TRA ?
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The character's classic costume is a turquoise tank top, light brown shorts, calf-high boots, and tall white socks. Accessories include fingerless gloves, a backpack, a utility belt with holsters on either side, and two pistols.
But what is for you "original" ?

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... into blender for rigging...
Which Blender version?
Blender 2.49 ? --> ".mesh.ascii" import script --> there http://xnalara.forumotion.com/t18-ge...ture-utility-s and here http://www.mediafire.com/file/ddin1l...hAscii.py/file
Blender 2.79 ? --> import script --> there https://www.deviantart.com/johnzero7...2-79-780333393
Blender 2.80 ? --> import script there --> https://www.deviantart.com/johnzero7...beta-780336620

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... for rigging...
Why you want to rig the "original Lara model" ???
The "original" model has already a rigg!
In which file format do you have the model? There are formats that do not support an Armature, and many formats with Armature (Bones) support.
What is the file format of "your" model? .obj ? .mesh.ascii ? .chr ? something else ?

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.. but made out of the same separate 15 parts she was in the original games, ..
Game(s) ? About what game you are talking?
15 part ? I count just 1 part for the "Temple of Osiris classic Lara"

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... I couldn't find any models that were like this already ...
You have not found "any model", but you know it has 15 parts?

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I'm looking for a way of getting the original classic lara into blender for rigging, ...
If you not even have the model, why you are (at this time) "looking for a way" of getting (your not existing model) into Blender?
Get first the model! The way to load it in Blender, depends on the file format of the found model.
The number of parts does not matter.

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... , and I'm not sure about how to extract the original models ...
Google is your friend. You will find "Tools to extract Tomb Raider characters" -->
[Noesis] Tomb Raider / Lara Croft Importer Plugins
UnpackTRU
TR Tools
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... to extract the original models ready for blender, is this possible?
No, it is not possible. There are no tools know, which provide "to extract the original models" directly in the Blender .blend format.
But there are tools to extract the original models. Read again "Tools to extract Tomb Raider characters"
And there are tools to convert this extracted models into a format, for which "Blender Importer scripts" exists. Read again "Which Blender version". Read also about Noesis and Noesis XNALara/XPS importer/exporter plugin ...

Google is your friend and delivers a lot of hits, answers in this subforum are rarer.

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What was the reason, to choose this "XNALara (40 Viewing)" Sub-Forum for your question. Your problem does not seem to be related to XNALara, Dusan's Lara Croft Realtime Posing program.
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Old 22-05-19, 10:52   #3
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I'm looking for a way of getting the original classic lara into blender for rigging, but made out of the same separate 15 parts she was in the original games, I couldn't find any models that were like this already, and I'm not sure about how to extract the original models ready for blender, is this possible?
I have the TR1 and TR2 in-game models in .obj format with textures - they are in one piece but you can easily separate the parts yourself.
http://www.mediafire.com/file/bqo6ru...esque.zip/file

The models are from the Datapacks by grotesque.

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Old 23-05-19, 16:59   #4
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I have the TR1 and TR2 in-game models in .obj format with textures - they are in one piece but you can easily separate the parts yourself.
http://www.mediafire.com/file/bqo6ru...esque.zip/file

The models are from the Datapacks by grotesque.
Thank you, that's super helpful!
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Old 24-05-19, 06:18   #5
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I have the TR1 and TR2 in-game models in .obj format with textures - they are in one piece but you can easily separate the parts yourself.
http://www.mediafire.com/file/bqo6ru...esque.zip/file

The models are from the Datapacks by grotesque.
Thank you, that's super helpful!
If you just want the TR2 model,
here
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DOWNLOAD TR2 outfits pack right now

edit: lonk is fixed! please: too all who downloaded it earlier- REMOVE OLD TR2 FOLDER AND REDOWNLOAD NEW!

are all TR2 outfits with rigging. Poseable for XNALara.
(Of course, I have also all Lara's from TR1 ... SOTTR)
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Old 08-06-19, 12:20   #6
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If you just want the TR2 model,
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are all TR2 outfits with rigging. Poseable for XNALara.
(Of course, I have also all Lara's from TR1 ... SOTTR)
Wow, that's great thanks! Is the TR1 rigged model available also?
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