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extra credit fr the landing gear. :)

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Very nice one terry-------And I have not done one in a long time but I can tell you by memory not as good as yours.

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I have been playing with decals and I have a question

should I rig the landing gear have it in landing gear up then decal bottom of wing or Use a decal just for the landing skirt while landing gear is down

I have not rig the plane yet I have to learn how to first

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Terry,

There are several approaches to decaling but from what I can tell in your case...

 

I would select the item you want to decal and then hit the H key to hide everything else.

Then it will be a lot easier to decal any specific area or shape.

When finished hit the H key again to unhide everything.

 

Also, immediately after Decaling you can go into the Decal/UV Editor (RMB on the Decal or Decal Image header in the Project Workspace) and move the Control points around over the decal image to get them into their ideal (or more precise) locations. It can help here to have both a Modeling Window or Action window open along with the Decal window in order to quickly review the results of any changes.

 

Edit: I think you could apply the initial decal with everything in place.

Then add additional decals separately as necessary.

My thought here is that in the real world these parts would be manufactured separately.

So you might want to do the same as well.

 

That is one fine looking plane. :)

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Thank you Rodney for the help

This is a update of what I have done

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a bit more work done. Back to a busy work schedule damn work lol.so project goes on hold will update again but not soon

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Got some free time here is cockpit progress.

Thanks all

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It has been a while since I have used A.M. so I decided to work on this project Talk about A sweat box project I have a tone of hours into this plane. Since I am very slow at this LOL. Thinking if I knew how to make my decals like Robcat Simple Barrel with decals bump maps ect for the plane plates and rivets on hole plane. But do not no how make my decals into bump maps ect I think its a very important to learns this

Can someone Please point me in the right direction or help me out

Thank you

I do own Adobe Photoshop Extended CS6

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...Thinking if I knew how to make my decals like Robcat Simple Barrel with decals bump maps ect for the plane plates and rivets on hole plane. But do not no how make my decals into bump maps ect ..

 

 

After you apply the decal to the patches, Go Objects> your model name> Decals>your image name>Images>your image name and set "Type" to "Bump"

 

Is that what you are wondering?

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great plane and scene...but pilots head is way too big and too much forward, makes the plane appear too small...

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I would likee to make a waveing banner behind plane.

I have not tried anything like this yet..

will I get enough info from

Exercise 18: "Waveing The Flag"

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