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Hey guys, this is my first tutorial and I want to say that I found this by myself while playing with Half-Life Model Viewer (sorry if anyone made this before).
So, first you will need:
Half-Life Model Viewer, Editing Basics and Creativity.
First step: Open your Half-Life Model Viewer (let's just call it HL-MV to make it easy), load the model that you want, on this case I'll use the v_awp model.
Second step: Change the background colour for the green one, for that, go to: Options > Background Colour.
Click on that option and then a window will open just like that:
Now, first of all: The awp body color is green too, what I do? Answer: Select a alternative colour that's NOT in the model, for example, Neon Pink. But, I'll teach first with the green screen, select the Neon Green colour on the pallet.
And then you will have something like this:
Third step: After changing the background colour, go to "Weapon Origin" in HL-MV
After selecting that, you will be able to see the weapon in first person (just like in the game).
Fourth step: Select a animation on "Animation Sequence", with AWP you will have: idle, shoot 1 2 and 3, reload and draw. On this case I'll use the draw animation, the wepon will start playing the animation in loop, under the animation list (pop-up) you will have the time options
With that you can control the animation speed stop and play the animation, after all that now you just need to record it (I used fraps for it)
After recording it you will have your own Green Screen of a model, you can do the same with player model and others, use your creativity!
Here's a video made by me that I'll use as example:
[CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO!](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYew4lBuQDc "")
You can see i used the AWP draw animations to make a transition two times (0:11 to 0:13 and 0:19 to 0:20) the first one with the "wireframe" view and the second one with the "flat shaded" view.
That's it, it's really simple and I hope this help someone, you can use for a lot of stuff like graphic editing or montage making (video and image).