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 Subject: more Japanese freebies

infinity10 opened this issue on Jul 14, 2007 · 2020 posts

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  Elfwine    ( ) ( posted at 12:07AM Thu, 18 September 2008  · @3301340


Another nice prop just uploaded to Poserclub Japan...

 Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things!  ; )

  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 12:11AM Thu, 18 September 2008  · @3301344

 oh that's nice indeed !

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 1:20AM Thu, 18 September 2008  · @3301364

 This blog has freebies, but it is entirely in Japanese, and they are mostly models of traditional items.

[http://ni-in-bdx.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/

](http://ni-in-bdx.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/)

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 11:35PM Thu, 18 September 2008  · @3301765

 New anime hair Holo-Hair in Casiopea's blog:
http://casiopea.sblo.jp/article/19610273.html

Continue to check back at Casiopea's blog for other downloads and information.

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  Daidalos    ( ) ( posted at 8:54AM Sun, 21 September 2008  · @3302823

Quote - Glad it's a useful central location for information updates on such freebies.

I hope that in the spirit of community, others will continue add to this thread as they come across Japanese freebies ( not everyone can find or read the Japanese web pages for these things ).

Just for information, the Japanese also have their own thread for informing each other of non-Japanese freebies.  It is over at http://www.forum3D.net .

Infinity do you speak/read japanese?


"The Blood is the life!"

 


  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 9:01AM Sun, 21 September 2008 · edited on 9:02AM Sun, 21 September 2008 · @3302825

I really can't claim to be proficient in Japanese.   I can understand about 60 per cent of what I read without translation aids; for the other 40 per cent, I need to work harder !

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  musicat    ( ) ( posted at 9:43AM Sun, 21 September 2008  · @3302833

blog.goo.ne.jp/mamomamo_2007  MMCasual for A3


  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 9:47AM Sun, 21 September 2008  · @3302834

thanks !

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  SeanMartin    ( ) ( posted at 12:57PM Sun, 21 September 2008  · @3302891

Attached Link: Meiko 1.1

I cant tell if it's standalone or needs something else.

docandraider.com -- the collected cartoons of Doc and Raider

  Elfwine    ( ) ( posted at 7:42PM Sun, 21 September 2008  · @3303029

Hey Sean, I downloaded Meiko and there are 2 files named: MEIKO Ver.1.0.6KT MEIKO Ver.1.0withÉ}ÉCÉN.6KT I don't know what a .6KT file is?

 Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things!  ; )

  SeanMartin    ( ) ( posted at 7:56PM Sun, 21 September 2008 · edited on 8:04PM Sun, 21 September 2008 · @3303037

Yeah, no idea either. I thought maybe they had something to do with ver 6 of Poser, but they dont, nor do they import. But somehow it's a Poser figure, isnt it?

EDITED TO ADD: Okay, probably not. Looking a little further into it, it appears to be some animation format, sorta like Anime Studio.

docandraider.com -- the collected cartoons of Doc and Raider

  Elfwine    ( ) ( posted at 8:51PM Sun, 21 September 2008 · edited on 8:52PM Sun, 21 September 2008 · @3303050


Hope somebody chimes in with an answer. In the meantime, there's another new freebie at Poserclub Japan. :D A gym!!

 Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things!  ; )

  Morkonan    ( ) ( posted at 9:16PM Sun, 21 September 2008  · @3303058

The closest I can figure out is the .6kt is associated, somehow, with this:

http://www.shusaku.co.jp/www/taiken.html

Which appears to be a 3D graphics package.  There were some metasequoia hits as well.

It might be worth opening up the file and taking a look at its contents in a text editor to see if you can find any headers that give a clue.


  Elfwine    ( ) ( posted at 9:23PM Sun, 21 September 2008  · @3303061

Did that... It's all compressed gobbligook. :(

 Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things!  ; )

  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 10:37PM Sun, 21 September 2008  · @3303071

 The Meiko 1.1 is for some other program seems like it will interface with the Vocaloid application.  It's not fo Poser. 

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  Elfwine    ( ) ( posted at 10:58PM Sun, 21 September 2008  · @3303082

Ah well... it looked promising.

 Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things!  ; )

  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 8:59AM Mon, 22 September 2008 · edited on 9:01AM Mon, 22 September 2008 · @3303272

 http://members3.jcom.home.ne.jp/mowais/index.html#latest

Decoco v 3 is out !

And thank you Akatora-san for making this.

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  jonnybode    ( ) ( posted at 11:20AM Mon, 22 September 2008  · @3303331

Nice, looks like a really cool figure, thanks for the notice Infinity10!

Regards / Jonny



  SeanMartin    ( ) ( posted at 12:42PM Mon, 22 September 2008  · @3303356

Is anyhone else having trouble extracting everything from the gym? I get an error message about halfway through.

docandraider.com -- the collected cartoons of Doc and Raider

  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 9:17PM Mon, 22 September 2008  · @3303556

 I believe it is the unzipping of files with Japanese character set that is giving your some problems there.

I did not have any issues unzipping the archive using StuffIt.  But I did notice that about halfway through the unziupping process, the Japanese-named files appear.

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 11:08PM Mon, 22 September 2008  · @3303584

Argh - my reply to you got lost in cyberspace. 

I unzipped using StuffIt and the process went well.

It may be the Japanese language filenames inside the archve.  I noticed those appeared about half-way through the unzipping process.

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  SeanMartin    ( ) ( posted at 5:04AM Tue, 23 September 2008  · @3303671


Well, I tried it with Stuffit as well, and it stopped dead in its tracks in the sample place, the volleyball net. Normally, Stuffit has no issue with Japanese characters, so I'm not sure why this one is giving me such grief. Guess I'm just not fated to have this one. :)

docandraider.com -- the collected cartoons of Doc and Raider

  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 5:21AM Tue, 23 September 2008  · @3303681

 I am using Windows XP, and I have IME turned on and have languages set to English and Japanese.

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  KatFeete    ( ) ( posted at 7:35AM Tue, 23 September 2008 · edited on 7:36AM Tue, 23 September 2008 · @3303728

Sean: I've gotten similar messages and had luck re-downloading with a different browser. Never been able to figure that one out, but what the hey, if it makes the fickle computer gods happy....


  SeanMartin    ( ) ( posted at 2:11PM Fri, 26 September 2008  · @3305454

Thanks; I'll give that a shot and see if it works any better.

docandraider.com -- the collected cartoons of Doc and Raider

  Elfwine    ( ) ( posted at 12:28AM Sat, 27 September 2008  · @3305656

I too, had the same problem with the gym zip. I used StuffIt Expander as well. I downloaded the prop twice, and both times I encountered the same error. Ah well...

 Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things!  ; )

  Miss Nancy    ( ) ( posted at 4:31PM Sat, 27 September 2008 · edited on 4:39PM Sat, 27 September 2008 · @3305974

sean and elf, if using OS X, unzip with unarchiver.app to avoid errors (see att img for resulting file list).
it appears terminal.app and st.exp. are getting stuck on some of the kanji characters.

2a.jpg



  Elfwine    ( ) ( posted at 10:09PM Sat, 27 September 2008  · @3306074

Thanks Miss Nancy! I'll give that a try. :D

 Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things!  ; )

  SeanMartin    ( ) ( posted at 11:12AM Mon, 29 September 2008  · @3306665

Thanks; I'll give that a shot.

docandraider.com -- the collected cartoons of Doc and Raider

  SeanMartin    ( ) ( posted at 5:05AM Tue, 30 September 2008  · @3307047

It worked! Yay!!!

Many, many thanks!

docandraider.com -- the collected cartoons of Doc and Raider

  musicat    ( ) ( posted at 12:11PM Sat, 01 November 2008  · @3325282

  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 10:32PM Sat, 01 November 2008  · @3325649

cool thanks for the update !

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  Wild_Dog    ( ) ( posted at 9:58AM Tue, 04 November 2008  · @3326954

Maybe you guys can help me?

Here are my situations:

http://www.renderosity.com/mod/forumpro/showthread.php?message_id=3326906&ebot_calc_page#message_3326906

also, does anyone know how convert objects from .3dmf format to a useable format for poser6?


  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 10:11AM Tue, 04 November 2008  · @3326963

Sorry, haven't seen that particular scene outside the diner.

Could be that the person assembled it himself / herself in a 3D modelling software.

The artist could have stated the contents of that rendered scene in the gallery at poserclub.jp, although it may be in Japanese.  You might get a clue from that, if someone could translate it for you.

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  Whazizname    ( ) ( posted at 10:22AM Tue, 04 November 2008 · edited on 10:25AM Tue, 04 November 2008 · @3326972

Quote - Maybe you guys can help me?

Here are my situations:

http://www.renderosity.com/mod/forumpro/showthread.php?message_id=3326906&ebot_calc_page#message_3326906

also, does anyone know how convert objects from .3dmf format to a useable format for poser6?

Import the 3dmf into a modeling application (I use Carrara or Blender), select all parts (or all that you want to use in Poser, anyway...), "Group" all selected parts, export as Wavefront obj (or 3ds).
The item should then import into Poser, and be usable as a prop.

(:


  Wild_Dog    ( ) ( posted at 10:25AM Tue, 04 November 2008  · @3326974

Quote - Import the 3dmf into a modeling application (I use Carrara or Blender), select all parts (or all that you what to use in Poser, anyway...), "Group" all selected parts, export as Wavefront obj (or 3ds).
The item should then import into Poser, and be usable as a prop.

(:

What programs use/read 3dmf?


  Whazizname    ( ) ( posted at 1:22PM Tue, 04 November 2008  · @3327105

A lot of 3d programs read/ use 3dmf (in fact Poser does too...); it is an older file format. The (now) more common formats are improvements upon it (If I remember correctly ...; ask Dr.Geep. Heheh). The reason I suggested that you convert the 3dmf to obj is that I've had 3dmf files that behaved strangely in Poser; but once converted to obj, they behaved like any other imported prop. Converting to obj (in the way that I suggested) also will allow you to "Poserize", or "rig" the prop, if you wish. I bet there is a lot of info about the 3dmf format available online; do a search with your favorite engine and see. (:


  Wild_Dog    ( ) ( posted at 2:18PM Tue, 04 November 2008  · @3327156

Quote - A lot of 3d programs read/ use 3dmf (in fact Poser does too...); it is an older file format. The (now) more common formats are improvements upon it (If I remember correctly ...; ask Dr.Geep. Heheh). The reason I suggested that you convert the 3dmf to obj is that I've had 3dmf files that behaved strangely in Poser; but once converted to obj, they behaved like any other imported prop. Converting to obj (in the way that I suggested) also will allow you to "Poserize", or "rig" the prop, if you wish. I bet there is a lot of info about the 3dmf format available online; do a search with your favorite engine and see. (:

Nope P6 does not import 3DMF, only 3MF. Downloaded the free quickdraw 3d program, but when I upload it to DWLite, it wont let me secelt it to export it to DXF


  Whazizname    ( ) ( posted at 7:01PM Tue, 04 November 2008  · @3327298

Quote -
Nope P6 does not import 3DMF, only 3MF. Downloaded the free quickdraw 3d program, but when I upload it to DWLite, it wont let me secelt it to export it to DXF

The fact that P6 doesn't import it may show how the format has become obsolete.

You lost me after "DWLite"...

Perhaps you can find an older version of a 3d modeler, that does (still) import 3dmf.

(:


  Wild_Dog    ( ) ( posted at 1:55AM Wed, 05 November 2008  · @3327408


Since I can't reformat 3dmf files, I tried this:


  Whazizname    ( ) ( posted at 5:50AM Wed, 05 November 2008  · @3327454

Hmmm...
looks like you've chosen to re-texture Andi3D's "Urban Alley" to fit your needs.

I've sent you a PM.

(:


  Morkonan    ( ) ( posted at 4:19AM Thu, 06 November 2008  · @3328228

Quote - Maybe you guys can help me?

Here are my situations:

http://www.renderosity.com/mod/forumpro/showthread.php?message_id=3326906&ebot_calc_page#message_3326906

also, does anyone know how convert objects from .3dmf format to a useable format for poser6?

Try using this: http://web.axelero.hu/karpo/  "3D Object Converter"

It will Load and Save (Export) the geometry of the Apple Quicktime object format but I don't think it will do anything with the materials or maps.  So, you may have to redo those yourself.  You can remap the geometry using UVMapper (http://www.uvmapper.com/) and then reskin it yourself if the texture/materials are bound with the .3dmf and unaccessible.


  habot    ( ) ( posted at 4:55AM Sat, 08 November 2008 · edited on 4:56AM Sat, 08 November 2008 · @3329858

Not see in this list : 3D Chaya (not directly for Poser - obj & texture files)
Japaneese traditional architecture, weapons & furnitures)


  Wild_Dog    ( ) ( posted at 10:22AM Sat, 08 November 2008  · @3330020

yeah, thats where I got my older Japan stuff from, but Im looking for modern like Shibuya and Shinjuku streets


  SeanMartin    ( ) ( posted at 1:14PM Sat, 08 November 2008  · @3330122

Attached Link: http://edogoyomi.art.coocan.jp/projects/edo_street/index.html

I dont know if this got mentioned in the list, but this page has a ton of architecture, mostly (it seems) older stuff, but work through the site and see what you can find.

docandraider.com -- the collected cartoons of Doc and Raider

  habot    ( ) ( posted at 6:50AM Sun, 09 November 2008  · @3330604

Some Shukky's freebies stay on Poser Club Japan, but not all. other can be found on Shukky's Site


  tentman    ( ) ( posted at 2:13AM Sat, 15 November 2008  · @3334543

Attached Link: http://poser78.blog.shinobi.jp/Entry/155/


Clannad junk robot is available on my blog for free.


  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 2:54AM Sat, 15 November 2008  · @3334555

 Oh, that is so cute !  

Thank you for informing us.

Eternal Hobbyist

 


  musicat    ( ) ( posted at 11:18PM Mon, 17 November 2008 · edited on 11:18PM Mon, 17 November 2008 · @3336287

Content Advisory! Nudity advisory.

new cy-co by shukky is up
sasuke.nomaki.jp/poser/free/free_dl/free_dl.html

new site contains nudity


  Miss Nancy    ( ) ( posted at 1:42PM Wed, 19 November 2008  · @3337395

excellent junkbot, tent.



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