I Found Some FFIX Models On The Interwebs



Hey Y’all,

I was running around, doing some random searching for cool FFIX-related stuff, and I came across these super-cool pictures.

Except they’re not just pictures.  THEY’RE MODELS.

Don’t be fooled by their lack of bikinis or bleeding-edge fashion – those aren’t the type of models I’m talking about (although I’m sure that Beatrix could have a great career in such a profession, if she weren’t so busy being the best swordswoman in Gaia…  On a side note, bravo, Steiner.  What a catch).  These are models from the video game, meaning it’s a polygonal frame with textures wrapped around to make it look like the character.

I’m quite a beginner at this type of thing, so I’m not going to embarrass myself by trying to explain all the intricacies of what this means, but I will tell you that I’ve been tooling around with programs like Blender, XNLara, and GIMP to try and make higher-resolution, sexier versions of these models.  If Squeenix doesn’t wanna make a FFIX remake, damn it, I’m going to make some awesome-looking models, at least!

… Speaking of which, do any of you have experience with game modeling/texture-mapping?  Cuz I need all the help I can get.


Here’s where I found the models:  http://twinlightownz.deviantart.com/art/xnalara-final-fantasy-9-models-251479976

You can download the models for yourself here:  http://www.deviantart.com/download/251479976/xnalara_final_fantasy_9_models_by_twinlightownz-d45q36w.rar?token=8b4d449efa34c8dcc8a9b58b8fea5d55d2ced5c8&ts=1370351483

5 thoughts on “I Found Some FFIX Models On The Interwebs

  1. In what capacity are you looking into game modeling/texture mapping? I’m sure you can find someone on LinkedIn or Facebook that can help you out with finding a free source of information on the subject (LinkedIn being the place I would look first, because there are professionals that can point you in the right direction).

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