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If the textures doesn't load when opening the scene, go to the hypershade and redirect your shaders search path. If the mask is transparent after the textures are in, make sure that "polygon transparency sorting" is on. you'll find it under the "Shading" tab in the viewport.
I'm Niklas Wennersten, it's been a few years since I rigged and uploaded roboter. roboter has been very popular and I've gotten lots of great feedback, credit and links to animations with him through the years and I appreciate it tremendously. So I thought I should give you guys some thing else to play with.
This is a model of a tribal warrior with a shield and a spear modeled and textured by a friend from Star Vault, Martin Kupski.
As with roboter I tried to keep it as simple as possible.
The rig is: - fully scalable - Fk/Ik spine - Fk/Ik arms - Ik legs - highly controlable spear - a shield - textures included - some awesome.
Please give me feedback on this guy as well so that I can improve him further.