Se7en's 3D showroom

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Ah this is awesome, as you said should be fun to put all those buttons, great work man , u have great Skills!

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You are really good at this! Keep it up, can't wait to see the finished result. Hope you decide to share it, would love to drive it in OMSI.
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Thanks a lot! I am planning to release it when it's done, I got permission from original author anyway... :)

Render time! :D

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Interior is pretty much untouched, only thing left to do there is seats and hand rails which I'm gonna do in next couple of days

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...and the dash, everything's in place, textures are far from final ofc... :)

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If you were wondering where the hell are the doors, I've not touched them because I can't be bothered to re-do door animations from scratch.
The door model is pretty much the same as on the old model anyway, so it's really not a big deal.
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People said they saw a mysterious bus driving around, someone even sent me a picture they captured from apartment window, but due to thick fog, they couldn't identify it. ;)

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All aboard the ghost bus! :D
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aliens :D
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Thread died yet again :lol: Haven't done much modeling recently, been busy with other real life stuff, but here's something... :) Some time ago I decided to try and model a basic airplane model (surprise-it's not a bus :D ), always dreaded to make something complex as an airplane which is all curved and has flowing shapes... It's a Boeing 737-400!

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As you can see, it's nowhere near complete, but hey - at least I got the shape right :lol:
It was done using precise blueprints:

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The most difficult part was to make the cockpit windows - they have to be completely flat due to cabin pressurization that happens on high altitudes so the windows don't bend and get knocked out under high pressure.
But it was hard as fuck to get them completely flat on a completely round plane bodywork. :x

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I didn't get to make the passenger windows yet, so we'll call it a cargo 737 for now, until I make the windows (if and when). :D
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Nice flying bus! You really have a nac for this.

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great work, but that is one strange bus O.o
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While cleaning the hard drive of my old computer, I found a lot of old models and renders from 2012 that were a big part of my learning process when it comes to 3D modeling.
So I might as well share them here so they don't get lost.
I forgot I did some of these models and when I saw them almost 6 years later, I was genuinely surprised at the quality of them, even though I was a beginner at the time. :)

First bus model, sadly I didn't find the actual 3D model, just this render.
Neobus 501G / Volvo B7RLE

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Second bus model, I think this was my first model with a complete exterior!
Aabenraa 2000NL / Volvo B10BLE

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After that, some wheel/wheel covers/rims renders, all of which I still have 3D models :D

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Then, a Mercedes steering wheel and a incomplete Volvo dash+steering wheel (might finish it and use it on that Volvo/Neobus bus that's nearly complete, posted a couple of pages back):

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Some bus seats, driver and passenger ones with different upholsteries:

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And for the end, a random render of a bus ticket :emoji38:

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