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RE: 10276 - Colosseum - Orion Pobursky - 2020-11-30

10276 - Colosseum
   
OMR Compliant
Missing: Nothing
Note: Not as crazy angle-wise as Old Trafford or a large Technic car but doing this without LDCad would have been pure insanity.


RE: 10276 - Colosseum - Philippe Hurbain - 2020-11-30

(2020-11-30, 1:05)Orion Pobursky Wrote: 10276 - Colosseum

OMR Compliant
Missing: Nothing
Note: Not as crazy angle-wise as Old Trafford or a large Technic car but doing this without LDCad would have been pure insanity.
Wow, that was damn fast! But subpart 10276 - bk4-step561-583.ldr is not correctly placed, it slip on side...


RE: 10276 - Colosseum - Willy Tschager - 2020-11-30

(2020-11-30, 1:05)Orion Pobursky Wrote: 10276 - Colosseum
Heart
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RE: 10276 - Colosseum - Orion Pobursky - 2020-11-30

(2020-11-30, 8:20)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: Wow, that was damn fast! But subpart 10276 - bk4-step561-583.ldr is not correctly placed, it slip on side...

Fixed (I didn't redo the preview image).

This model went fast (lots of symmetry) until I hit the tall sides. All of those sides are similar but not the same. LDCad's ability to view and edit each step came in very handy.


10280 - Flower Bouquet - Orion Pobursky - 2021-01-07

10280 - Flower Bouquet

   

OMR Complaint
Missing: Nothing
Notes: This mpd uses an unofficial part with a TEXMAP (98088p04). LDCad doesn't, yet, support the embedding of TEXMAPs in the mpd.


10281 - Bonsai - Orion Pobursky - 2021-01-07

10281 - Bonsai

   

OMR Compliant
Missing: Nothing
Notes: I did my best with the 1x1 round tiles that just lie loosely around the tree base. There are definitely overlaps.


10281 - Bonsai - Cherry Blossoms - Orion Pobursky - 2021-01-07

Here's the Cherry Blossom variant

   


RE: 10281 - Bonsai - N. W. Perry - 2021-01-07

(2021-01-07, 23:35)Orion Pobursky Wrote: Notes: I did my best with the 1x1 round tiles that just lie loosely around the tree base. There are definitely overlaps.

AAAH—that sort of thing is the bane of my existence! You are brave to have attempted it.  Cool

This reminds me of a feature I wish existed somewhere; I'd call it "gravity". It would let you virtually "drop" loose pieces onto a surface or into a container, and they would lie naturally. (I guess this would require at least collision info, along with some way of modeling the mass and center of gravity of a part?)


RE: 10281 - Bonsai - Philippe Hurbain - 2021-01-08

(2021-01-07, 23:43)N. W. Perry Wrote: AAAH—that sort of thing is the bane of my existence! You are brave to have attempted it.  Cool

This reminds me of a feature I wish existed somewhere; I'd call it "gravity". It would let you virtually "drop" loose pieces onto a surface or into a container, and they would lie naturally. (I guess this would require at least collision info, along with some way of modeling the mass and center of gravity of a part?)
...and friction between parts...
Impressive (and beautiful) work Orion!


RE: 10281 - Bonsai - N. W. Perry - 2021-01-09

(2021-01-08, 8:22)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: ...and friction between parts...
Impressive (and beautiful) work Orion!

Yes, friction…if you wanted to actually model how pieces fall into a pile. Although I'd be happy enough to be able to drag a part straight down until it collides with another part, then use that contact point as a pivot point to rotate the part into a position of rest.

And I concur—beautiful model!