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Thread: Lets Talk Metro North M8s

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    Last edited by m7train; 05-29-2013 at 06:31 PM.

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    Looking good! Man, I need to learn 3d crafter so I can make my own models.
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    It is really easy to use. It becomes more and more of a pain when trying to build complex shapes. Building everything one shape at a time is the best way to go.

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    M7train can you contact me at [email protected]

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    So what happend with your other M7 and the DE30 models? They were looking great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain82 View Post
    So what happend with your other M7 and the DE30 models? They were looking great.
    Here is what it looks like currently



    Basically the first M7 model ( the one in all the videos) was very flawed. I somehow made a glitch in it somehow and distorted all the textures. I started that model maybe 5 years ago and lost the backups. The second M7 model was based off of a HO scale model and had over 40,000 polys in the main body. It was one object no sub objects at all. Polymaster was no help because it was one object. This model is nearly flawless and is low poly. The DE30AC and C3 models have nothing wrong with them at all I just never finished them. R160 is 95% done, just haven't worked on it in maybe 2 years.

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    I was wondering,since you have your itch back,are you going to finish them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oskiatl View Post
    I was wondering,since you have your itch back,are you going to finish them?
    The plan right now is to finish the M7, M7A, and M8 since its all going to be basically the same model with modifications. My next move would be the R160 and the rest of my subway fleet that is unfinished.

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    Nice!
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