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AirNewZealand_A320
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Cabin???

Post by AirNewZealand_A320 »

1 hours worth of boredom.

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Not bad i dont think. But not great either.

GaryG
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I would say, that's a good start mate

Alexis
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Post by Alexis »

A good start indeed. But I'd recommend getting the a/c's facility planning manual, and finding the precise section and measurements there. Some pointers for the future: you need to improve the smoothing on the seats and make sure the window cuts are clean.

Inbreker
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Nice, but which aircraft is that?

Morhaf
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Inbreker wrote:Nice, but which aircraft is that?
well thats pretty obvious.. an Air New Zealand A320 of course!

FLYPHOENIX
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Post by FLYPHOENIX »

try making one panel of the cabin at a time the crtl c and crtl v ing- like make one detailed cabing panel + ovrhead locker, and add the chair and the isle.
then copy and add one, by one, and then you will have a complete cabin!

AirNewZealand_A320
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Post by AirNewZealand_A320 »

How much closer to go before i can apply for a modelling contract as an assisstant with PA :P

Decided i am going to make a go of this.

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AirNewZealand_A320
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Inbreker
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It's getting better and better... Keep it up.

Alexis
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Post by Alexis »

Something about the seats. Don't try to model these as a single part. Divide each seat in parts (back, bottom, base, armrests, traytable e.t.c.), then join them together and clone.

AirNewZealand_A320
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Post by AirNewZealand_A320 »

Alexis wrote:Something about the seats. Don't try to model these as a single part. Divide each seat in parts (back, bottom, base, armrests, traytable e.t.c.), then join them together and clone.
Took your advice and they look heaps better.

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What you think?

AirNewZealand_A320
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Post by AirNewZealand_A320 »

If one of the wiser members here could assist me in terms of knowledge of texturing these sorts of things it would help tremendously.

GaryG
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Nice job man :D

AirNewZealand_A320
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Post by AirNewZealand_A320 »

My idea of textures
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elwoodjetblues569
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Post by elwoodjetblues569 »

Rather interesting work so far ANZ_A320!
Here's another resource for you.

Jetblue A320 interior / exterior virtual tour page with walkthrough views (interactive page pops-up).
http://www.jetblue.com/about/whyyoullli ... ttour.html

Not related to Airbus but just for fun. :)
Here's the Jetblue Embraer 190 interior / exterior virtual tour (interactive page pops-up).
http://www.jetblue.com/about/whyyoullli ... ttour.html

Morhaf
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Post by Morhaf »

looks much better indeed, but you can lose a LOT of polygons on,, basicly everything. like the seat, you'll only need polygons for the edge to be smooth, since your seat is flat, normall they're not, but it saved polygons. same with the armrest.

and the tv screen on the back is not flat.. or is a cushion?

and good idea modeling the seatbelts, but I would rather put a seatbelt on the texture, and model the bottle and the metal thing instead, saves polygons, but if you model the whole belt, you´re gonna need way more poly´s to get it smooth

and is the cushion on the front not a little too small and round? take a look at some example pictures:

http://jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=5788011&nseq=44
http://jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=5918686&nseq=38
http://jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=6338621&nseq=13

james767

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Post by james767 »

Cool It look good

Ghostmaster
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Post by Ghostmaster »

Very nice model! :P I wish i'm good as you are. :D

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