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Re: 3D modelling

#946 Post by Nerei » Dec 01 2018

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I might tweak the shading a bit more but overall except for default or regional colours and markings it is ready.
As mentioned these aircraft might be done in February.

Current buffer is around 18 aircraft models.

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Re: 3D modelling

#947 Post by milivoje02 » Dec 01 2018

Nerei wrote:
Dec 01 2018
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I might tweak the shading a bit more but overall except for default or regional colours and markings it is ready.
As mentioned these aircraft might be done in February.

Current buffer is around 18 aircraft models.
It looks great. what plane is?

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Re: 3D modelling

#948 Post by Nerei » Dec 01 2018

Identifying them is part of the challenge. It is why I asked if anyone was up for some aircraft identification. I will name them all but not right away.

Also as we are into December 2nd in parts of the world.
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This one should be quite a bit easier than the first.

Again I might adjust the shading once I start doing regional textures.
Buffer still stands at 18.

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Re: 3D modelling

#949 Post by Nerei » Dec 03 2018

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Again there might be adjustments for each individual regional texture set.

Also I have been thinking a bit. If anyone is interested in playing with these early I can convert these maybe early January. They will mainly be grey and lack UGBITS icons meaning these need 3D icons. However as all there would be missing is better textures it is something that can easily be updated mid-game.

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Re: 3D modelling

#950 Post by SGTscuba » Dec 03 2018

Is 2 a Tornado and 3 a SEPECAT Jaguar?
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Re: 3D modelling

#951 Post by number47 » Dec 03 2018

Aircraft 1 = Dassault :D (looks like Rafale but the engine intakes are "wrong")
Aircraft 2 = Panavia Tornado
Aircraft 3 = SPECAT Jaguar
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Re: 3D modelling

#952 Post by SGTscuba » Dec 03 2018

number47 wrote:
Dec 03 2018
Aircraft 1 = Dassault :D (looks like Rafale but the engine intakes are "wrong")
Aircraft 2 = Panavia Tornado
Aircraft 3 = SPECAT Jaguar
Mirage 4000 perhaps?
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Re: 3D modelling

#953 Post by number47 » Dec 03 2018

SGTscuba wrote:
Dec 03 2018
number47 wrote:
Dec 03 2018
Aircraft 1 = Dassault :D (looks like Rafale but the engine intakes are "wrong")
Aircraft 2 = Panavia Tornado
Aircraft 3 = SPECAT Jaguar
Mirage 4000 perhaps?
Probably...there are not many twin engine aircraft that look like a mix of Mirage and Rafale :D
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Re: 3D modelling

#954 Post by Nerei » Dec 04 2018

Aircraft 1 is indeed a Mirage 4000. Aircraft 2 and 3 are naturally also correct.

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Re: 3D modelling

#955 Post by Shadow » Dec 04 2018

Looks like a South Korean T/FA-50 Golden Eagle. Nice work!

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#956 Post by SGTscuba » Dec 04 2018

Shadow wrote:
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Looks like a South Korean T/FA-50 Golden Eagle. Nice work!
Or is it the YAK130/MB346?

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Re: 3D modelling

#957 Post by Nerei » Dec 05 2018

Well you did get all 3 right including the Mirage 4000 which arguably is the more difficult of those.

As for aircraft 4 it is a KAI T-50. If you look at the tail of the Yak-130 or M-346 it tapers quite a bit and the vertical stabiliser is placed further forward.

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Re: 3D modelling

#958 Post by number47 » Dec 05 2018

AIDC Ching-Kuo (F-CK-1) :D
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Re: 3D modelling

#959 Post by Nerei » Dec 06 2018

Yes it is the AIDC F-CK 1 Ching Kuo.
I think I will have to find something harder I said while posting the arguably easiest aircraft so far. Or then again w will have to see.
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Also just for the record I have other aircraft than interceptors, multirole and ground attack.

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Re: 3D modelling

#960 Post by number47 » Dec 06 2018

Lockheed Martin F-35 (tail fins made it clear it wasn't almost the same looking J-31)
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