Well not really...no. XD I don't do yiff.
I utilize Unreal Tournament III's Unreal Engine 3 to make movies, mods, characters, weapons, etc. At least, that's what I've started.
ok, I'm not used to any engines, nor am I used to cgi (is that what they call it?)... so I'm just gonna assume, and say, How in HELL could you afford something that advanced? cmon! TT_TT I'm still trying to get enough money to buy a decent computer! *sob*
It was only $60! XD
It comes with the PC version of Unreal Tournament III.
oh... so it's like half life T.T I thought you meant you literally owned your own 3d model program >_<
I had a halflife 2 version of a 3d program, but it limits me to just creating animation from pre-made characters within the game.
Nope. Not like HL at all.
HL2 prevents you from bending the game to your liking, which is why Gary's mod is so popular. That mod broke "the rules" and stands out from the rest. But no matter how hard you try, all of your levels/mods will look like HL2.
Unreal Tournament, however, is so flexable that you can transform the game into an entirely different game and it won't look like UT. Don't beleive me? Look up "Ashura: Dark Reign". That is one for UT2004.
UTIII looks like Gears of War (cuz they are both made by the same dudes) and also has the sence of realism. (Heh...realism in Unreal Tournament...oxymoron....) I can put your fursona into UT or into other things like movies. X3
Waaaaay different than HL2