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WIP Focus MK2 (2004-2008)

Discussion in 'Land' started by Risky, Nov 19, 2018.

  1. Risky

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    Hi Guys,

    My name is Rick and this is my first post here. ;-)
    I'd really like a Focus mk2 for the game, but as there's not any available, I'm going to try and build one myself!
    Never did any modelling before though, so this is a biiiig learning curve for me!

    Anyway, this is how far I've gotten:

    Any help and tips are always appreciated :)

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  2. MrCin

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    Welcome to the forums!
     
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  3. Epiyolo500

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    I bet this is gonna be awesome! Try hard and don't make it end up cancelled please! I would help but I don't have any skill in any of this stuff lol
     
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  4. Keys

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    Welcome to the forums, and good luck :p
    I have to say for your first mesh, this looks pretty promising.
     
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  5. STEVIE_G4M1NG_YT

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    Looks good! Will there be both the 5 door and 3 door variants?
     
  6. Rod shop

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    have fun on the fourms and keep up the good work!
     
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  7. Gradarobett

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    This looks great so far. Good luck!
     
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  8. Risky

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    Oh wow.... didn’t mean to start a big discussion...

    @SHOme1289, I understand where you're coming from, as I also noticed many projects are cancelled. Maybe you're right and I'm way too ambitious as a first-timer, but I'd like to try anyway.

    I do think I’m going to model a simpel car to learn al the beamng stuff (jbeam, texturing etc.) which I can later use for this Focus. But as modellen takes quite some time, I’ll keep building the Focus.

    Anyway, I started over from scratch today after doing some more research, and after a couple of hours I managed to create a decent looking hood. Quite pleased with it to be honest. I'm going to try and build each part seperately to prevent any major screw-ups while working on another part of the car! Now off to do the next part!

    focus3.png focus4.png focus5.png

    Edit: starting to form a bumper as well

    focus6.png
     
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  9. fufsgfen

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    Tips:
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    Remember to follow the shape.
     
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  10. Risky

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    Thanks to the moderators for cleaning up this topic! :)
    Any other modders on here who made the car first (in one piece or seperate parts) and after this the JBEAM structure?
    In the tutorial the author started the other way round. https://wiki.beamng.com/Introduction_to_Vehicle_Creation
     
  11. Lucaas

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    Good luck with this!
     
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  12. ClassicMike

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    Looks great!
     
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  13. SHOme1289

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    great job cleaning up your poly flow, looks much MUCH better now. Keep in mind to have all the polys somewhat uniform if you can.
     
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  14. Risky

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    Going to start with the standard 3-Doors variant first, and if I get that one working as it should, then maybe the 5-door and wagon variants as well. Maybe even the ST version, but that’s for something in the future ;-)
     
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  15. Sithhy™

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    You should make the models first, because they then will be the base for their jbeam
     
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  16. Jarret Rucker

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    This is really good for your first model! Good luck.
     
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  17. Cody Kamminga

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    Nice, the MK2 is my favorite Focus
    are you gonna make different versions like a 3 door hatch, a 5 door hatch, station wagon
    and are different engines in the planning? i would love to have diesels and petrols, i could record a nice diesel sound for you if needed
     
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  18. Risky

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    @Cody Kamminga see my previous post ;-)

    Same goes for different engines, I’ll look into that when the car itself is finished.

     
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  19. maty

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    Good luck boy,i like this generation of Focus :)
     
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  20. MitchHarry1

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    Looks awesome
     
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