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FPSC Classic Models and Media / [SOLVED] Is There A Market for FPSC Assets Still?

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Teabone
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Posted: 15th Oct 2018 16:54
Hi everyone! Its been a while since I been in the forums over here as Im primarily now in the GG forums. I was recently going through all my models and assets I have made for GG and was wondering if people in the FPSC community would be interested in the same content? Do people still purchase assets for FPSC in any way shape or form? For GG I generally sell my models for as low as 20 cents and up.

I was thinking of making some of my content on the store FPSC compatible as well and perhaps talking to the staff over at TGCStore around creating a sub category for FPS Creator since we have both AppGameKit there and GG. Is there still a market for FPSC assets? Is there anything you guys need that you feel is not in the stock content?
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seppgirty
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Posted: 15th Oct 2018 22:20
Well, no one has made any official content for fpsc in a while. Depending on the models i might want to purchase some. I think it's a good idea to make a fpsc section on the tgc model store.
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ncmako
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Posted: 16th Oct 2018 00:43
Teabone I'm sure there are still some interested in purchasing models & packs. I know I would be.
Quote: " Do people still purchase assets for FPSC in any way shape or form? "

Well the forum has been abandoned and with the old FPSC store closed it's hard to tell/know who's buying what ?
I would try just for sake's worth and see what happens. Post a link when your ready
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Teabone
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Posted: 16th Oct 2018 04:16 Edited at: 16th Oct 2018 04:20
Should also note that several of my earlier models were originally intended for the FPSC Store , but the store had disappeared before i could upload. So I ended up porting them over to FPSC Reloaded Game Guru.

Examples of FPSC content re-purposed for GG:

Nuclear Cooling Tower
https://www.tgcstore.net/product/20367
Hydraulic Power Enclosure
https://www.tgcstore.net/product/18484
Payphone
https://www.tgcstore.net/product/26993
Traffic Cone Stack
https://www.tgcstore.net/product/17649
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Notarget
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Posted: 16th Oct 2018 15:10
Great models you got here. You sir, are talented.
I sometimes buy GG assets to use them in FPSC.
Mriganka
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Posted: 17th Oct 2018 15:49
Short answer - No.
Long answer - Not worth it.
Teabone
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Posted: 20th Oct 2018 15:57
For static models it be a very easy workflow to make them FPSC ready.

However anything else would require a manual LUA to FPI conversion. Which is still do-able in most cases.
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uzi idiot
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Posted: 21st Oct 2018 18:44
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not at all really, there's maybe only a handful of people left on the forums and the engine is obsolete with GG around
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