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    Default models from 2048

    hi there i was looking for someone who knows heaps about ripping models from games and am willing to pay them $100 or do literally anything you want
    if you can rip the ships and their textures from wipeout 2048 that would be amazing

    i plan to make them in pepakura then print them and make them about 80 cm long each, i know the hd and fury models have already been ripped but they are wayyyyy wayay too hard to make

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    Woah, slow down.

    First, welcome to the forum, enjoy your stay~!
    Second, use the search function, kit. It's there for a reason.
    Third, there is an ENTIRE THREAD dedicated to ripping content from the WipEout games. You don't need to fork out any cash.

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    I don't advise making paper models out of the in-game models directly. You'll need microscopic hands to fold all those polygons. You're better off just 3D printing the things.

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    I know what you mean, I have seen the HD and FURY models and are impossible
    but the 2048 models look much simpler

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    sorry I get ahead of myself sometimes but thanks for letting me know!

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    Honestly, I don't quite get how you consider the 2048 models "simpler". Maybe I'm just remembering the Prototypes, but I seem to remember so many tiny folds that would just be impossible.

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    This is the PS Vita we're talking about, I am pretty sure that a lot of it is bump maps and texturing.

    Still, if the models can be extracted and converted to a different format, then they can either be 3D-printed or simplified.

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