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P3D v3 G1000 cockpit

Discussion in 'Modeling' started by Noel Spett, 4 Nov 2017.

  1. F747fly

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    You mean how to make the cockpit interior? Well generally one takes the nose section + anything visibile from the cockpit from the exterior model and starts from there. The actual cockpit itself is just another model. Is that what you mean or am I misunderstanding the question?
     
  2. Noel Spett

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    No, i mean, i can’t seem to get the exterior cockpit model, to be curved in an easy way without making other parts bad
     
  3. F747fly

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    What are the other parts? The exterior parts around a cockpit is quite complex sometimes.
     
  4. Heretic

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    Do you have the model source file?
     
  5. Noel Spett

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    Never mind, I was just dumb, lol
     
  6. Noel Spett

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    now another question, how do I make this "bump" where the wing is.
     

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  7. F747fly

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    That's a pretty complicated thing to explain. First you cut out the outer section (so the outline of the "bump") and then you start pushing and poling vertices basically. In this case it would also involves the actual wing attachment so it's pretty hard to explain.