LEGO Dimensions


LEGO Dimensions
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Trying to pick up on some patterns I did some time ago and new ones for several dimension sets, first one the base set

71200 - LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack

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.mpd   71200 - LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack - B.mpd (Size: 219.87 KB / Downloads: 2)
Not fully OMR compliant, only the stickers have been added to the file. Other unofficial parts are on the tracker.


71253 - Story Pack - Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

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RE: LEGO Dimensions
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71228 - Level Pack - Ghostbusters

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Not all unofficial files are on the tracker yet, I am not satisfied with the minifig arms yet.


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RE: LEGO Dimensions
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Nice! What did you use for rendering?
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(2020-09-26, 7:54)Vincent Messenet Wrote: Nice! What did you use for rendering?

I used the rendering option in Studio 2.0, it can import ldraw models.
Only disavantage is that Studio has its own ldraw folder, so I had to copy the necessary .dat files. Maybe there is an option to change this, don't know.
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(2020-10-08, 9:16)Evert-Jan Boer Wrote: I used the rendering option in Studio 2.0, it can import ldraw models.
Only disavantage is that Studio has its own ldraw folder, so I had to copy the necessary .dat files. Maybe there is an option to change this, don't know.

What are the settings you use? Looks really good!
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(2020-10-08, 11:39)Gerald Lasser Wrote: What are the settings you use? Looks really good!

Yes, which settings? I don't get so nice looking renders with the settings I use.
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RE: LEGO Dimensions
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(2020-10-08, 9:16)Evert-Jan Boer Wrote: I used the rendering option in Studio 2.0, it can import ldraw models.
Only disavantage is that Studio has its own ldraw folder, so I had to copy the necessary .dat files. Maybe there is an option to change this, don't know.

You can always place any missing .dat files in the Custom Parts directory.

I also periodically replace Studio's ldraw folder with a copy of my real one, although to be honest I'm not sure if that automatically has an effect.
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