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[3D] Interior Architect grad with some free time looking to help.

To the Tes Renewal team,

My name is Dean Bartolo and i am a recent graduate of Interior Architecture from Monash University Australia. I have a background in 3D modeling using various modeling tools such as Rhinoceros and 3ds Max (texturing/lighting/rendering), as well as Photoshop and Illustrator capabilities. I have also dabbled in sandbox editor Cryengine which i produced a small scale project for one of my class studios. My knowledge of architectural and interior properties i believe will be useful to aid the progress of the Skywind project.

As someone who considers themselves a gamer and growing up on the PC platform, my first entry into the TES series was Oblivion which has a special place in my heart. I was too young to grasp the concept of Morrowind at its release and upon hearing about the Skywind project i was excited to finally be able to delve into this world that i keep hearing so much about.  If there is room to put my skills to use i would be honored to lend a helping hand within the Tes Renewal project. 

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Hm, I'm not quite familiar

Hm, I'm not quite familiar with Rhino 3D, but looking a bit into it and it seems more geared towards design/visualization. In Skywind, the most common modeling software we use is 3Ds max. Does Rhino use the standard polygonal box modeling that is typical of what you would see in game assets? Also, the second link in your PDF doesn't work for me 

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Rhino uses something called

Rhino uses something called NURBS but the assets are easily interchangeable with 3ds Max at the reduction of model detail once converted into a poly object. Nearly all of my models are converted into .3ds files for later use with 3ds Max. I have also managed to import rhino assets into Cryengine with no problem (after converting into poly objects with 3ds) so hopefully it shouldn't be too much of an issue with the Creation Kit. I am by no means an experienced modeler with a crazy portfolio, just looking to help even with basic tasks :)

This link is just to one of my projects on the Loop but in greater detail:

http://www.artdes.monash.edu.au/interior/studentwork/2016/de...