qubodup wrote:I would like to suggest this skeleton to be considered for converting to a format readable by lugaru.
Any info on how to import models would be appreciated. Couldn't find anything on the wiki.
jawCross wrote:Very nice. Not all skins look good on this skeleton but very nice work.
Who is the Author of model and what is its license?
Personally I rather play bunny than skeleton, but maybe bunny kicking skeletons
rudel_ic wrote:So it's done, I've attached it and the Blender project (with the proper vertex groups, UV mapping and stuff) separately to this post as zip archives.
Note though that making the skeleton involves merging vertex indices into an already existing skeleton from Lugaru, which means that the result inherits the license.
What lugaru data license said about derived work? (nothing?)
So it's done, I've attached it and the Blender project (with the proper vertex groups, UV mapping and stuff) separately to this post as zip archives.
Have fun with that crap
MCMic wrote:Could you add a license in the zip?
rudel_ic wrote:MCMic wrote:Could you add a license in the zip?
No. It's unclear what license applies for the skeletal structure since there is no licensing documented anywhere for this type of asset. All I can find is an "it's free" post here, but that's not a license.
The skeletal structure ("Skeleton/Basic Figure" and "Skeleton/Basic Figurelow") is a direct derivative of the Lugaru stock files of the same name. Literally, the python merge script copies bytechunks from the original to the result.
Until the skeleton exporter isn't modified so that it generates files from scratch rather than from prior data, the license that applies to these two files is the same as the one that applies to the Lugaru data that's in icculus' repository. Edit: To clarify: I intend to change that, meaning I'll write a proper generic exporter down the line.
The license for the .solid files is the same as the one for my python code. Meaning it's similar to public domain. In a nutshell:
- Free of charge
- Free to use
- No property claims possible
- Copyright claims are void (except for the original author's since that's a basic human right you can't just waive like that)
It's not GPL'd yet (working on that).
You can find that license at the top of all the python files.
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