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WIP Voluto VUE 870

Discussion in 'Land' started by CarSquasher, May 3, 2015.

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What should I name this thread?

  1. The same as it is now

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  3. Voluto VUE 870

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  1. CarSquasher

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    ANOTHER BIG RIG. Yep, that what it is. Ive been working on this for awhile and have restarted many times, but I think this time I'm gonna finish it for good. STILL HEAVY WIP
    http://www.strawpoll.me/14049416

    Sleeper Cab: 100%
    Day Cab: 10%
    Possible Tow Edition: Not Started

    JBeam isn't fit for the semi but it will eventually
    For progress of the project overall (minus the tow edition)
    (Carsquasher) Jbeam: 50%
    (CaptanW) File Creation: 95% done


    CREDITS: Beamng Team for the chassis and wheels and engine. Not sure exactly who did who so.

    Please keep this thread alive, I'm surprised it still is.

    Update: Got reflection to work and I lowered the cab and hood

    Update: Got the seats and dashboard ingame

    Update: Made the hood more realistic

    Update: Made the hood flatter (the top face)

    UPDATE: Now I am using a model from the internet and I am currently working on textures
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    #1 CarSquasher, May 3, 2015
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  2. SixSixSevenSeven

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    Re: Semi (my own design)

    Look at the proportions of a real semi. Look at yours. Most notably, how is that trailer going to turn when its butted right up against the cab.
     
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  3. Commando11

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    Re: Semi (my own design)

    I suggest to making it just a little bit longer behind the cab. Great job so far. ;)
     
  4. CarSquasher

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    Re: Semi (my own design) My Dae files are messed up i need help

    Thanks for the suggestions

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    another update
    (imported from here)!!

    worked on the trailer and made it more 3D instead of 2D.
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    #4 CarSquasher, May 3, 2015
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  5. Zappymouse

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    Re: Semi (my own design)

    Model slowly and deliberately, or your work will look messy. A quick tip, when you move things around, you can press "x", "y", or "z" on your keyboard to tie the object to each respective axis, which means perfectly straight surfaces every time. :)
     
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  6. CarSquasher

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    Re: Semi (my own design)

    Thanks zappymouse I'll try it out

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    Does anybody know how to texture things well:confused::confused:
     
  7. Stiggy111

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    Re: Semi (my own design)

    I don't. But, what engine are you using in your semi? Are you using the 4.5L V8? If you are, you need to use the engine from the T75.
     
  8. CarSquasher

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    Re: Semi (my own design)

    i am using the t75 engine:cool:
     
  9. Stiggy111

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    Re: Semi (my own design)

    Ok. Just making sure.
     
  10. CarSquasher

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    Re: Semi (my own design)

    UPDATE

    extended the back of the truck and smoothed it out and added some detail to the front.
    also added X struts to the trailer and fixed backwards faces and rounded some edges.;)
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    i also added some colors to it
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    does anybody know how to hook a trailer up to a fifth wheel in blender?:confused: because I dont know how?

    i am going to start the jbeam by myself and we will see how it goes.
     
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  11. Funky7Monkey

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    Re: Semi (my own design)

    I would recommend doing some smoothing on it. Especially on the fenders. Otherwise, it looks great. Somewhat aggressive and racey looking.

    As for the trailer, the scale looks off. A bit too long, possibly.

    You just have to line up the kingpin with the fifth wheel.
     
  12. Nadeox1

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    Re: Semi (my own design) HELP WANTED!

    Costructive Criticism: Have you been following a blueprint to model? The proportions look way off, it looks more like a toy.. (no offence intended, but somebody had to point that out.. better now than later)
     
  13. CarSquasher

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    Re: Semi (my own design) HELP WANTED!

    Like put the pin inside the fifth wheel, funkymonkey?
     
  14. Funky7Monkey

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    Re: Semi (my own design) HELP WANTED!

    Exactly. The fifth wheel has a notch in it for the kingpin.

    The only problem I see is the distance from the back of the cab to the fifth wheel and rear axle. On a semi with a single rear axle, the fifth wheel needs to be centered over the axle. Also, there needs to be roughly 7-10 feet between the fifth wheel and the back of the cab to prevent the trailer from hitting the cab.

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  15. CarSquasher

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    Re: Semi (my own design) HELP WANTED!

    thanks funkymonkey

    arent you working on some trailers yourself:confused:

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    should i be using blueprints??
     
  16. xerodephex

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    Re: Semi (my own design) HELP WANTED!

    You don't have to follow the blue prints but use it as a reference.
     
  17. CarSquasher

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    Re: Semi (my own design) HELP WANTED!

    oh ok;)

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    Should I start working on the jbeam:confused::confused:
    i need suggestions!
     
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  18. xerodephex

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    Re: Semi (my own design) HELP WANTED!

    Don't work on the jbeam until the model is done.
     
  19. CarSquasher

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    Re: Semi (my own design) HELP WANTED!

    Ok I'll work on it more

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    Update!
    I smoothed out the truck and added some minor details. Its a little weird in some places so i need to fix that.
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  20. 1968charger

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    Re: Semi (my own design) HELP WANTED!

    Is that truck based off the freightliner 108sd
     
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