Mike-D’s Quake II Models/Skins Page

Mike-D’s Quake II Models/Skins Page

One of the coolest things about Quake II is the ability to have addons. Not just new skins but models as well! On this page I will try to list some of the ones I think are cool and give you locations to download them from.

 

Crack Whore
Crack Whore Model and Sounds (1317 kb)
Crack Whore Skin Pack #1 (471 kb)
First off is an awesome model from Paul Steed who is an artist at |id| Software. He teased us with pictures forever, and has finally released his creation. The main file includes the model, sounds and 19 skins! Including the winners of his contest. The Skin Pack #1 includes an additional 11 various skins. Fair warning…some of these skins would be rated R.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\crakhor\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Gumby
Gumby Model (229 kb)
Gumby Sounds (251 kb)
You knew this had to be here!! It was created by somebody named Austin. I just found this on the net and it is pretty rough, but one of our very own fraggers Lodi is working up a kickin’ version at this very moment. Until that is done this will have to do.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\gumby\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Waste
Waste Model (292 kb)
Waste Sounds (892 kb)
Waste VWEP Pack (683 kb)
Waste Skin Pack #1 (273 kb)
This model is from Jeff M. Garstecki and looks pretty cool in the game. He has done a lot of other stuff so check out the DECONSTRUCT Home Page. The official sound pack is great and be sure to grab the Viewable Weapons Patch to complete the experience. The Skin Pack #1 includes an additional 13 various skins.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\waste\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Fuel
Fuel Model and Sounds (818 kb)
Alternate Sounds (759 kb)
This is another model from Jeff M. Garstecki and shows how good this guy is. You really should check out his other work at the DECONSTRUCT Home Page.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\fuel\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Zumlin
Zumlin Model (375 kb)
This model is from Rowan “Sumaleth” Crawford and looks like Gollum from The Hobbit. He has done a lot of other stuff so check out the Impact Home Page.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\zumlin\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where. This model does not include any sounds.

Xenoid
Xenoid Model and Sounds (999 kb)
This alien looking model was made by Dan Bickell and is top notch. It has a moving tail and great sounds.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\xenoid\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Faerie
Faerie Model (467 kb)
Faerie Sounds (283 kb)
Faerie VWEP Pack (498 kb)
This model was made by Brian “EvilBastard” Collins and is quite a trip! Imagine being completely gibbed by a faerie with a magic wand. The animation of the wings is just fantastic and it comes with 6 different skins to boot.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\faerie\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Sideswipe
Sideswipe Model and Sounds (954 kb)
This kick butt Transformer based model was made by Jason Seip and the skins by Rikki Knight. These guys have done a lot of cool stuff so stop by Transformers For Quake and Skin End to check them out. I really dig this bad boy model, especially his sounds and moves.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\sideswipe\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Optimus Prime
Optimus Prime Model (422 kb)
Optimus Prime Sounds (884 kb)
Yet another kick butt Transformer model. This one was made by Felonyboy and Lavo. This is not as cool as Sideswipe but it is still worth the download. The sounds were done by Chrome Tiger andRadar.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\optimus\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Grey
Grey Model (324 kb)
Grey Sounds (728 kb)
This creepy looking grey alien is really well done. The model was made by richb and the sounds were done by Corndog.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\grey\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Boba Fett
Boba Fett Model (512 kb)
Star Wars fans rejoice…the coolest character is back for Quake II! It was created by Dan Bickell who also made the Xenoid model. The skin and model are just plain awesome, unfortunately some of the animations are a little jerky.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\bobafett\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where. This model does not include sounds.

Bauul
Bauul Model (902 kb)
Bauul Sounds (543 kb)
This is yet another cool model made by Brian “EvilBastard” Collins. I think this one just rocks, especially his taunts and death animations. This model also has “same weapon support” for theViewable Weapons Patch. The killer sound pack was made by Matt “Skull Collector” and is more than worth the download.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\bauul\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Orc
Orc Model and Sounds (830 kb)
For anyone who has ever played WarCraft this is a familiar character. This Orc Grunt was created byAndy “Boogieman” Craft. The coolest thing about this model is that its eyes actually move and blink! There are about 7 skins and sounds from the game included as well.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\orc\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Rhino
Rhino Model and Sounds (1028 kb)
Rhino Skin Pack #1 (133 kb)
This is a leftover model from a deathmatch pack created by The Coven. It looks like a cross between an armour plated rhinocerous and a gun turret! It includes sounds and CTF skins as well as a great looking model.Model: Andreas Moller
Sounds: Eric von Rothkirch
Anim: Andrew Eglington
Skin: Jens MatthiesWhen you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\rhino\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Megaman
Megaman Model and Sounds Rev 4 (1375 kb)
This model took a while to be released but it was well worth it! It was created by Devin “Pyros” Steinke who obviously put a lot of work into it. Check out his page for his upcoming Airman model. The model looks great and includes sounds and 26 skins!!!When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\megaman\directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Necromicus/Morticus
Necromicus/Morticus Models and Sounds (2306 kb)
These two bad boys are just plain incredible. They were created by Jade Moffatt Jonesand they rock. Because of their file size and their high polygon count you may decide to skip them, but they are at least worth a look. The file includes 2 models, 10 skins, CTF skins, sounds and “full support” for the Viewable Weapons Patch all in one package! The Morticus model is just the Necromicus model without the wings.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where. It will create two subdirectories, Morticus and Necromicus. After you finish installing, copy all of the files except TRIS.MD2 and JUMP1.WAV from your Necromicus directory into your Morticusdirectory. The models use all the same files except those two.

Imp
Imp Model and Sounds (1470 kb)
There is a Sony Playstation game called Thrill Kill coming out in October, and the authors decided to convert some of their models over to Quake for us. The original model was made by Paul Interrante and then animated for Quake by Brad Grace. They described the Imp as “…a small, angry little man…”. He includes sounds and has “full support” for the Viewable Weapons Patch!!When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\imp\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Dr. Faustus
Dr. Faustus Model and Sounds (1455 kb)
This is another of the models from the Sony Playstation game Thrill Kill. The original model was made by Paul Interrante and then animated for Quake by Brad Grace. They described Dr. Faustus as “…a demented, twisted…plastic surgeon…”. He includes sounds and has “full support” for the Viewable Weapons Patch!!When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\drfaustus\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Ichabod
Ichabod Model and Sounds Rev 2 (2126 kb)
Oh man this model ROCKS! I can’t believe the detail and work that went into this bag o’ bones. This masterpiece was made by Adam “Gixter” Ward and is worth every nanosecond of download time. Check out his webpage called Site A for more info. Load up this undead soldier and enjoy awesome animations, new sounds and “full support” for the Viewable Weapons Patch!!When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\ichabod\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

SuperMale
SuperMale Model (1140 kb)
SuperMale VWEP Pack (701 kb)
This is one of the most original and fun models to hit the scene. Paolo Piselli has given us a generic muscled male character for use with our favorite super hero skin. It comes with 42 skins and tons more are promised. Click on the picture to the right to see a small sample. Some of the skins are Spider Man, Flash, Batman, David Letterman, The Tick, He-Man and many more. Thanks to Hentai we now have aViewable Weapons Patch to make this model even cooler. Do yourself a favor and download this bad boy right now!When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\supermale\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where. This model does not include any sounds.


Han Solo
Han Solo Model (459 kb)
Han Solo Sounds (436 kb)
Well Dan Bickell has done it again and made Star Wars fans even happier. To help combat the shenanigans of Boba Fett he has created a great Han Solo model. The 3 skins are extremely detailed and he handles his blaster like a pro. It will be so cool to see both models running around killing each other. The sound pack was put together by yours truly and I think it turned out pretty good.When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\hansolo\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Homer Simpson
Homer Model and Sounds Ver 1.3 (1057 kb)
Alternate Sounds (344 kb)
Oh man! I have been waiting for this model for a long time now and I was not dissapointed at all!! It was created by Aaron Webster who did a great job with actually creating real life emotions and gestures. The look of fear in Homer’s face during the pain animations is just hilarious. A full set of sounds are included with the model, and there is another sound pack I found a while ago as well!! Both of thm will make you laugh out loud while your are fraggin’…When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\homer\ directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Evil Ernie
Evil Ernie Model and Sounds (2.0 mb)
Holy cow this may be the best model I have seen! It was the winner of the Chaos Comicscontest and I know why. This bad boy has unbelievable animations, red, blue and green CTF skins, sounds, and the sweetest VWEP support you will ever see. The model was done by Michael “Magarnigal” Mellor who has done a couple other high quality models. The skins were made by FIX and are really detailed. The creepy sounds included were created by Bazuzeus and put the finishing touches on a nearly flawless model. Get it now!!When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\ernie\directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

Darth Maul
Darth Maul Model (611 kb)
Woo Hoo!! This is a model I am sure everybody has been waiting for. It was created byWrath who has given us an amazing recreation of the evil Sith Lord. My only complaint is that there aren’t any sounds, but after watching the movie there is a reason for that….there ain’t much. There is only the one weapon, but again, who cares!?! The double sided light saber is rad! Stop reading and download this now!!When you install the files, they will default to your c:\quake2\baseq2\players\lordmaul\directory, so if you installed Quake II somewhere else you need to specify where.

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Who is this Mike-D fellow??

Bio

I was born on a small farm in Montana…no wait that wasn’t me…

Let’s see…I have lived most of my life in sunny New Mexico enjoying the southwestern style. In my free time I like to chill with my homeys mountain biking, playing golf, four wheeling, playing tennis or watching flicks. In this area we can pretty much do these things all year round. Sure it gets a little toasty during July and it feels like my face is going to melt off, but overall a nice climate.

What I Have Learned . . .

After the usual traumatic experience of High School I began my trek for higher education at New Mexico State University. That trek lasted for 5 1/2 years while I tried my hand at Electrical Engineering, roomed with some demented yet trusted friends, ate abnormal quantities of Ramen noodles and Raviolis, and finally finished up with a degree in Computer Science.

Where I Have Labored . . .

Right after graduation I started work at Terametrix. I worked on their PC based telemetry system software, did technical support, sales and support trips and whatever else was needed. There are a ton of extremely talented people that have worked there and still do. I learned a ton of things during my time with them. In fact I made some great friends there and still enjoy spending time with ’em.

After about 3 years I quit and started work at Action Systems doing integration of mobile information systems. The systems are mobile offices with laptops, digital cameras, color printers, and color scanners, all contained in a battery or 110V/220V case. Customer specific configurations have been sold that include everything from cell phones to GPS products.

Currently I am back on the NMSU campus working on particle simulation software. I am thrilled to be back programming and working on projects closer to what I recieved my degree in. It even looks as if I will get to do some work with OpenGL, so maybe I’ll have to make my own version of Quake!!

By Any Other Name . . .

If you care about the name Mike-D I’ll give you a quick history . . . during my senior year of high school the Beastie Boys came out with an album called Licensed to Ill, which I loved. No emmy award winning stuff here, but it was extremely different from anything I had heard. One of the members was a guy name Mike Diamond, and being a pseudo rap group they didn’t go by their real names, they had to make up kewl hip rap/gang names so they sounded dope. This guy went by the name Mike-D and I thought to myself, “Hey! That would work for my name!” (I was really sharp in high school) Being a completely egocentric person I began using the Mike-D name and writing and drawing it everywhere I could. The newest metamorphosis has manifested itself in cyberspace and here you are!

What I Am Absorbing . . .

Whew! I finally finished Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. It was very enjoyable and I am glad I read it, however I still feel like he could have cut about 20% of the material and been fine. The character development was awesome and the many twists not present in the movie were a pleasant surprise.

I also read Anthem by Ayn Rand which was only about 100 pages. Written in 1937 and revised in 1946 for America, this is similar toA Brave New World or Logan’s Run. It is worth a couple of hours of your time.

What I Am Hearing . . .

Listen up B-Boy fans!! If you haven’t picked up the new Beastie Boys album by now shame on you! This is by far my favorite album from them since the classic Licensed To Ill. It has been in my truck CD player for about 3 weeks straight now. It is dope and phat and you need to add it to your collection. Then stop by their illin’ web site and enjoy more cyber madness.

Resume

If you are looking for a software engineer or somebody to create the 3D graphics for the next Toy Story check out my resume:

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Or check out some of my graphics interests on my Graphics Page. Including some of my ray tracing experiments.

Friends

I know it is hard to believe but I do have a few…

This started out to be a roast of my acquaintances but life has shown me that one of the best things in life is somebody you can truly call a friend. So the sarcasm will be put on hold for just a bit.

Bink The man, the myth, the legend…Ken Binkley! This fella has kept me sane for over 10 years now. I was his Best Man when he married his wonderful wife Becky and hope to return the favor when Ifinally find mine. I can honestly say that 50% of Mike-D comes from my life with the Bink…
David Welch If it wasn’t for David I would still be programming in BASIC and commenting my code. He taught me more about software engineering in a month at Terametrix than my 5 1/2 years of academia. He digs hot air ballooning, movies and drums. To found out more check out his rockin’ domain atwww.dwelch.com.
Clayton Brown Few people on this planet have had the stamina and patience to be my roomate. Our similar interests in school and life made it an absolute blast to live together. Whether it helped or hindered our graduation schedule I can’t say, but I made a friend for life. As a bonus I met his generous family and fiance and now have a surrogate family to boot!
Robert Sharp Also known as snipus testus this gangling species is a rare treat. At first glance its cognitive skills seem to be lacking but it makes up for this deficiency with an amazing grasp of the obvious. On the positive side its loyalty to similar species is extremely high and its young are surprisingly adorable.
Steven Peralta For a golfing buddy extraordinaire look no further. Steve and his son have made an often frustrating game fun and humorous. He digs it and racing so stop by his homepage to get your fix. Unlike the rest of us he still works at Terametrix and is mechanically engineering as we speak…
Dan Green Although indigenous to this area Mr. Green has migrated away. He is a survivor of the Terametrixtest site and has the scars to prove it! He is a new father with a lovely family. Stop by his homepagefor a glimpse into the life of DanVerde!
Brett Off If Jimmy Buffet had a brother, it would be Brett Off. The first brave soul to venture outside the walls ofTerametrix he now runs his own company called Coyote Cabling. If you need help laughing at life just give Brett a call or stop by his homepage.

4X4

One of my favorite hobbies is to take my Nissan truck out to the boonies and try to destroy it. New Mexico has some wonderful terrain for this and it is much easier to damage your vehicle than you would think. So far though, I have done more damage to my truck on regular highways than any of my 4-wheel outings…

Sometimes I stumble across a lesser vehicle that might need some help. As you can see here this poor US Army transport needed a little boost from my 4×4 beast!

Alas there are those times when not even my 4×4 beast can help. After two stock Nissan vehicles fought through the mud, my dear friend Snip did not have the same luck. I guess we know what the Sub in Suburban stands for now…

Rappel

For those times that 4-wheeling is just not exciting enough, my friend Vic likes to take me out for a little rappelling. This area has some great places to try it out and here are some shots from my first outing.

After nearly soiling my shorts the first time, I went out again with a couple more friends. This time we went to an even bigger rock and actually had even more fun! Needless to say, I can’t wait for the next outing.

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