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danny_cc
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Hi, this is a follow on from my topic in the Bodyshop section here is the last update on the bus that I also posted on the previous topic (Please don't say this is some weird form of double posting Smile )

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I still haven't connected the front and the back with the side as I haven't been working on this very much lately and the back isn't complete yet.

Front:

Left:

Back:

Let me know if you like it and/or if you would like a wireframe.

Any constructive critism is welcome but please don't have a go at me by saying it is just crap or something like that because I know what some people on here can be like Mad Mad Mad


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Post 05 Dec 2010 09:33 pm
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Looks good i think! will be good to see some of Hartlepool's darts for mm2
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Thanks, I don't know whether to make this public or just to MM2-Hartlepool, what do you think Adam seeing as you are one of the Admins?

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Erm up to you bud its your bus
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Ok, thanks your right I should make the decision as it is mine

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Nice bus! Can't wait to see more progress!
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Thanks again Smile

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You know... There's the signature feature for a reason. Not sure why you put "Thanks <line> Danny Call" at the end of every post, especially when you reply with the word thanks.
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nice lookin bus.
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Thanks for the comments everyone.

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You know... There's the signature feature for a reason. Not sure why you put "Thanks <line> Danny Call" at the end of every post, especially when you reply with the word thanks.

On this note I was wondering when it was going to pop up and the reason being that I just like people to know that I type it out myself evertime so it's not just an automatic thing and I already use the signature for my MM2-Hartlepool thing (I know you can use it for more than one thing).

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Hi, just a small update and if you read my other topic about the blueprints then you will understand when I say I had to accept defeat and use the blueprints as the textures Sad

Here it is hope you like it:

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why use the blueprint as the texture?

make the livery & body textures in paint.



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Thanks, I will try that.

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random.monster1981 wrote:
why use the blueprint as the texture?

make the livery & body textures in paint.
Thumbs Up I was thinking that.

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I'm not going to say it's the best bus in the world for mm2, because it's not by far.

It needs a lot of work, and a lot of practice is needed before you start making buses with this high detail.

You've seen my Plaxton Pointer 1, and you've also seen the Olympian - you realise I downgraded from full-3D to 2D textures - This is because I knew I wasn't capable of such great detail yet and to be blunt, the Plaxton Pointer 1 wasn't all that. In fact correctly described it was absolutely shite.

I reccomend you practice a hell of a lot more with modelling, and try different methods of getting shapes etc. until you get it just right.

Just my input, and you by NO MEANS have to take it in. Wink

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