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WIP Freightliner FS-65

Discussion in 'Land' started by Dummiesman, Aug 7, 2013.

  1. Dummiesman

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    placed speakers and lights. these will be optional parts.
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    more front end work. Not much left to do up front.
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  2. 98crownvic

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    You're really moving fast with this thing. Looks great.
     
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  3. CubeSquared

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    Awesome! great to see so much work on this lately.
     
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  4. Dummiesman

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    Finished up suspension and started on steering & brakes
     
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  5. SuperShep1

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    nice
     
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  6. elevatorfan

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    cool
     
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  7. Dummiesman

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    cut a hole in the body (just like IRL) to make the "fender" fit properly
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    started modeling the crossing arm
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    Hopefully got the final driveshaft shape done, also added the U shaped bits around it
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    modeled fuel cap and got a rough estimate of fuel tank shape (60 gal)
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    started placing dash needles
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    finished up stop sign model (obviously a placeholder image on this lol)
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    Oh and if anyone's curious, here's how it'd look as an activity bus. (with school bus style windows lol)
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  8. ThatGuyOverThere

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    Nice Progress. Nice to see it in color too!
     
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  9. Zindy23

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    "Noooorrrrrth Weeeessssst buussss sallless!" :D
     
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  10. Dummiesman

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    Always a great channel for references :p
     
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  11. umustbeloggedintododat

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    More progress on the underbody?
     
  12. Dummiesman

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    Actually yeah. Got the fuel tank s haped, got exhaust clips on, positioned exhaust properly, and fixed up the U cage on the driveshaft. Not too much left to do under here once I get the fuel tank cage on
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    EDIT: was so distracted by the underbody I forgot to post this
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  13. Crazy Killer

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    Nice work! it's a good news that this thing doesn't get cancelled. Anyway could you please create the windows not so easy to break? (since the dansworth front engine glass is easily break). Keep the good work man! ;)
     
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  14. GamerTag76

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    What a beautiful creation, keep it up! I used to ride one of these bad boys to my CTC school everyday and seeing it being created in BeamNG gets me excited!
     
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  15. Zindy23

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    Thicc Exhaust
     
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  16. Crazy Killer

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    Is there any more ingame pictures?
     
  17. Dummiesman

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    Nope. I've been waiting until the model is done to put it ingame a 2nd time.

    EDIT: Further explanation
    There's a bunch of work required in getting it ingame. Applying location/rotations, applying modifiers, adding materials, etc. It'd be really hard to iterate when constantly needing to do that.
     
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  18. Crazy Killer

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    Oukaiy :v Keep the pace up!
     
  19. Dummiesman

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    Seperated the front bit of the bus, and started working on the asymmetrical parts. Also reshaped the roof.
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  20. Dummiesman

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    installed 2 emergency exits
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