GraveUypo wrote:I think we've just finished tuning the tool. I mean, i bothered Arjan for way too long with my selfish requests. It should now work straight out of the box in slade, no need to go through any conversion. All you'll need to do is to adjust the pivot in slab6 to prevent the model from sinking into the ground, but that's done in literally seconds.Nash wrote:That's neat, but it doesn't seem to transfer the texture/UV map? So you end up with a colour-less/texture-less voxel object... unless I'm doing something wrong... ?Phoebe Mengerman wrote:Hey, i'm back!
I found this whole process of converting a file a bunch of times a bit cumbersome, so i asked the guys at drububu.com if they would implement conversion directly from .obj to .kvx, and my request was actually fulfilled! like in the same week, which is amazing.
Here it is:
Converting directly to kvx is a new feature so it hasn't been tested properly, but it should help in skipping at least one step in this tutorial and make things a little easier. The tool itself is pretty intuitive to use so that helps. anyway, i'm off to do some testing.
As for texture, you need a model with a baked texture (a single texture and a single object). It should work automatically with some models, and with others it will ask for a texture file.
Here's a couple of tests i made using this.
Colors can be a bit off at times, but if you're careful when texturing to keep within the doom palette (i asked him to implement the doom palette into the software too) it shouldn't be a problem.
 welp i gave him some wrong info, so now the default pivot is now on the top row of voxels instead of the middle, and the model sinks entirely underground by default. I guess i'll bother him one last time to fix this so you don't even need to go through the trouble of fixing the pivot in slab6
Alright, thanks for the info. Forcing the Doom palette on to the voxel isn't a good idea I think. Should make it optional.