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Old 03-07-2010, 01:11 PM   #46
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Yeh yeh I know I was....smartarse dave...nuther beer guv??


What was I meant to be doing again?? Ive forgotten!

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AND I got so stuck into it dave I cant stop...no tutorials!!!! it still looks like an amateur..LOL
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Old 03-07-2010, 03:14 PM   #47
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And one more..jush for dave..hic..stumble...burp

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Old 03-07-2010, 03:18 PM   #48
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try again as the edit doesnt work around here
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Old 04-07-2010, 12:27 PM   #49
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horizon indicator...I think I have one to go (which is similar to this) which I think is the attack angle indicator or similar.

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Then that should be about it and onto the flight instrumant panel.
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Old 04-07-2010, 06:44 PM   #50
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Its great to see you motoring on without a TUT, thats what its all about, the instruments look great mate.
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Thanks mate!! Im getting there...only the 1 to go then I can start the panel. Ive done the bathtub so its just the bits and pieces in there and the seat.

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Ok laaaaaaaaassssssssttttttt one I hope, glad I have saved these for the future...stuff doing them over and over!!

Now on to the panel and its bits...hopefully no more bloody switches etc!!

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Yeah, it's always nice to switch to other type items but all those controls will be worth it in the end. Can't wait to see all those controls and switches on the actual panels, it should look pretty good.
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Thanks mate,

it is satisfying to sit and doodle..so to speak. No booleans...bahahahahaha just on the circular cutouts..too much hassle. The poly count will be high but I dont mind..its for a model. I guess no tutorial makes it sorta better as you arent constrained so to speak.

I tried a panel last night but didnt like the shape so I will do another....might do 3 or so and then post and see which one gets the nod.

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But I have been bitting my teeth for days, have you become the knob expert............sorry bullet just had to have that cheap rib.............dave
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bahahahahahahaha dave bahahahahahaha thats so drawl man! bahahahaha E for effort you bugger. Yes I guess I am the head knob for a little while..but Im sure with more practice you will be among the elite....LOL

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Ok after much hard work and pain I have got a test panel for you all...crits please and no I cant get the bottom row of holes to boolean. Something must be wrong with the geometry...or something weird...hhmmmppphhhh!!

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Looking good Bullet
If boolean is not working just model them in remember ctbrams make hole thing...........dave
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Thanks mate....yeh I was going to try that too...just a pain extracting...then cutting..etc etc but if there is another way..try it. Like Surveying..spending too much time on one thing means you get in poo later on.

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heres a render dave

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