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Hi all, I have currently been working on a new MAN 14.240 Enviro 200 (Whilst putting my PP2 onto a back seat due to bad normals that I cant seem to fix Sad ) (I might restart it) but anyway here is my progress (I have only done the side so far):


Any comments welcome Smile
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Post 05 Feb 2011 08:49 pm
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Why texture it before you've even got the bodywork finished?
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Luigi!?! wrote:
Why texture it before you've even got the bodywork finished?


All of the bits with Stagecoach livery on it are complete (Exept the vehicle number which is a seperated texture), the black and dark grey bits are all complete and the window seals (All I have left to do on this side) are a slightly lighter grey, also I like to do this to see my project in progress with a livery on it because I think it looks crap un-textured and I just can't stand to look at it like that.

Also does anybody know the height and width of a 10.5m Enviro 200?

P.S. Liam, how is your E200 going?
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Width is 2.53m I think... try looking at the downloads section at www.alexander-dennis.com for the E200 spec sheet
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Thanks Smile

EDIT: I can't find the height anywhere in the specification sheet or anywhere on the internet, it has got the Length and Width but not the height Confused


EDIT 2: I have found the height it is 2.86m it was in a review brochure on the ALD website Smile
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Nice bus! Very Happy
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Cheers. And I m going to do half of it this time and the mirror it insted of doing what I did on the PP2 which I have now decided I am going to restart (I said I might in the first post but now it is definate)
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Looks very nice, to save time you could apply materials later
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Can you please show a wireframe? Thanks Smile
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Yep sure, I have also started on the front (Pic 1 + 3)and I have done the rest of the window seals (Pic 2)

Pic 1 (Wireframe):

Pic 2 (Window Seals):

^^(you can't see the seals very well but they are not holes any more LOL)^^

Pic 3 (Front):

I have also done the bit that comes out a bit underneath the lights on the front (as illustrated in Pic 4)

Pic 4:
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Very nice progress!
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Thanks Smile
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Cool bus! Very Happy
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Just a small/big update before I go to bed (School tomorrow Confused)

As you can see I have now finished the front I only have to do the bits that indent in



Tell me what you think Smile
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very good modelling "beginner", or should i say "expert" Wink

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