[Lumo] has released a few more tools in addition to his MeshLoader that will help when exporting 3D models for viewing on your PSP. An Alias MAYA 7.0 Export Script to SMSH (Simple Mesh) written in MEL, also his SMSH to 3db converter, including the required cygwin1.dll which he states "now default color is green, next version will support vertex painted meshes!" The image on the right shows an example of how easy it is to export your image using Lumo's tools.
Another section of his site that caught my interest was his filter and blending modes page. Where imported images and the respected conversion image after adjustment are shown. Quite nice work indeed.
He has requested that if you know MaxScript (MS) to please contact him : lumo2000[AT]gmail[DOT]com
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