I think it's called a mesh modifier...

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I'm not really sure what the term is, but hey, the title got your attention. My suggestion is basically to add a bit of spice and life to give ESF a more animated and actual dbz anime feeling ingame.

It plays the role of animating faces in-game by switching them in certain timeframes/situations. Below are a few examples so you can better gather what i'm talking about.

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http://www.geocities.com/katagarik/blinking.GIF <-- 733 kb, be warned.

Idle
http://www.geocities.com/katagarik/idle.txt
That is an example of what an Idle would be (shown with the blinking above).

Melee'd
http://www.geocities.com/katagarik/melee.txt
That is an example of what could be used as a face skin when hit by melee or a beam. I don't really ever think DBZ chars kept a serious face after being smashed 50feet.. or in 1.2's terms, thrown.

Beat Up
http://www.geocities.com/katagarik/beatup.txt
Just a nice little addition for when someone reaches perhaps 1/4 health. Their overall body skin would change and be bloody/burned but this is just a quick example to show you how a face might look.

That's my suggestion for further additions into ESF.


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as said tons and tons of times before


this just isnt gonna happen theres already an insane amount of models and animations for them having damaged/other skins is just too crazy
 
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A mesh modifier is something used in 3d Studio max. The only way something like that would be possible in Half-life is by using submodels and multiple skins.
 

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