Note: I know theres a mod page on 3dmm.com, but this page is for a quick download for every essential mod. Say, you've reinstalled windows and dont want to browse through all of 3dmm.com to find your mods, then this page can be extremely helpful (atleast I hope so).
Capes that allow for flexible/physcis-based capes. Can look very well if done right. what more do I have to say?
Much like the rest of Aaron Haynes' fonts, the coil font is very useful for mid-range to advanced 3DMMers. It can be used for smoke trails, springs, energy beams, and much more. Works very well paired with Superdings and other 3D fonts, like the landscape font.
Complex and detailed fences. Not only is it used just for fences, but general decoration too with all of its complex detail. Allows for a multitude of different fence types from normal chained fences, to sharp wooden fences, to fancy gate fences, etc.
Many different hand-types ripped from the original 3dmm actors. Helps with more complex arm animations instead of using the actor itself.
A collection of models useful for various FPV shots, including a sniper scope, knight's helment, binoculars, glasses, gun barrel, windows, and frames of various resolutions and shapes.
A 3D Word Font containing various landscape models. Useful for building things such as mountains, canyons and oceans. This font is a little sloppy. It was intended as a beta and ended up being used so often that I just never bothered to go back and fix it. Everything beyond the 10 or 12 landscape models is just leftover models from Superdings.
Features two styles of supplemental plant models: flat plane configurations for transparent leaf textures, and single models as well as various clusters of clovers, grass, flowers, and mushrooms.
A 3D font consisting of basic and complex 3D models made in Maya and in some cases converted from free samples from 3dcafe.com. Includes lightning bolts, trees, leaf clusters, geometric shapes, cones, lens flares, shockwaves, particle clusters, surreal shapes, and, at long last, a chair.
A 3D billboard font with which to wrap textures. Lowercase letters A through K are single-sided, with each having more polygons than the previous letter. Uppercase letters are double-sided.