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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby aeffertz » Sun Feb 16, 2020 7:18 am

aeffertz wrote:Those footpegs look nice, though! I think I'll work on those next since I just finished up the rear brakes and will definitely pull some inspiration from yours.

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Damn this looks sick what model is this???
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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby Freddy694 » Sat Feb 22, 2020 10:57 am

aeffertz wrote:
aeffertz wrote:Those footpegs look nice, though! I think I'll work on those next since I just finished up the rear brakes and will definitely pull some inspiration from yours.

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Damn this looks sick what model is this???

wheres the 125 engine at doe :roll:
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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby Nate92 » Sun Mar 22, 2020 11:32 pm

Roll Off For 100%
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Re: Upcoming Models #2

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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby ColtHans » Mon Mar 23, 2020 3:06 pm

aeffertz wrote:Image

:shock:
#freesmidly
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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby DariusP8 » Mon Mar 23, 2020 5:37 pm

aeffertz wrote:Image

holy shit you got the front shape fast as hell
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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby hvpmvp » Mon Mar 23, 2020 5:41 pm

aeffertz wrote:Image

Looks sick

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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby Smidly » Mon Mar 23, 2020 11:24 pm

aeffertz wrote:Image

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Re: Upcoming Models #2

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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby jakebarrett » Mon Mar 30, 2020 2:16 pm

aeffertz wrote:Image
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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby Ohagan75 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 7:23 am

aeffertz wrote:Image
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Good to see people are still pumping out quality content, looks awesome.
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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby Prats7 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 3:39 pm

Did this BUD Pipe and i want to try to export it into the game, i know there's a tutorial from Damien Desmond but it's quite old i was wondering if there's any other tutorial of this kind somwhere. What poly count should be decent, this is my first time trying to model something for sim.
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Postby aeffertz » Thu Apr 02, 2020 9:03 pm

Looks good! It’s rather high poly, though. Tubes can get away with a lot less sides than that, they smooth shade really well.

To export, just download the jm exporter for blender in this sub forum (assuming that’s blender)
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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby Prats7 » Fri Apr 03, 2020 7:45 am

aeffertz wrote:Looks good! It’s rather high poly, though. Tubes can get away with a lot less sides than that, they smooth shade really well.

To export, just download the jm exporter for blender in this sub forum (assuming that’s blender)

Thanks for the advice i’ll try it out!
Blowing my mind on how to get a decent UV at the moment because my poly flow it’s pretty bad, but i think i’ll get there. About the Shading and AO is there any tutorial that can help me out or any forum thread? I’m sure a lot of this has been asked and answered many times.
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Re: Upcoming Models #2

Postby aeffertz » Fri Apr 03, 2020 9:40 pm

Prats7 wrote:
aeffertz wrote:Looks good! It’s rather high poly, though. Tubes can get away with a lot less sides than that, they smooth shade really well.

To export, just download the jm exporter for blender in this sub forum (assuming that’s blender)

Thanks for the advice i’ll try it out!
Blowing my mind on how to get a decent UV at the moment because my poly flow it’s pretty bad, but i think i’ll get there. About the Shading and AO is there any tutorial that can help me out or any forum thread? I’m sure a lot of this has been asked and answered many times.


Assuming your poly flow is basic, it's just a matter of marking seams with blender before unwrapping. Shuold be a prety simple on to unwrap. As far as baking an AO goes, I just apply a solid white diffuse to the object and then up the amount of samples.
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