July 14, 2014 at 17:03 #2690SpoorObjectenParticipant
In that case, except for the texturing part and creating bogeys, i’ll be having 20+ trains ready for the last finishes touches!July 14, 2014 at 23:22 #2701pschlikParticipant
That’s an interesting system, but it sounds simple enough to work with. It’s nice to see that you guys already have a plan for handling modding. 😀August 28, 2014 at 14:11 #3766
I love your work SpoorObjecten, I hope you will be able to make all those iconic dutch N.S. trains like Hondekop, Sprinter, Koplopers, NS IRM, NS DDZ, NS DD-AR, NS Mat 64, ‘Blokkendoos’ etc. Maybe it’s also nice to make the newer models like the NS SLT and Stadler GTW. 😀
Also some nice looking iconic loc’s like the NS 1000, NS 1100, NS 1200, NS 1300, NS 1600/NS 1700, NS 2200, NS 6400, NS Baureihe 186 etc.August 28, 2014 at 16:34 #3774
I found this Mod Manager on this german fansite http://www.train-fever.net, maybe it’s usable for you, maybe you allready using it . I don’t know.August 28, 2014 at 21:47 #3786
There are some german people allready running mods on Train Fever beta; A running ICE train for example. take a look at this thread and video.
This website seem to be ahead in modding then we are on this forum, don’t take me wrong. It’s in german though http://www.train-fever.net. Maybe we can collaborate with these guys, it can make things alot easier then finding out everything by ourselves.August 29, 2014 at 21:42 #3844SkiweeParticipant
Hey everyone I got a question regarding LOD will the modding/import tool do the LOD model’s it self or will I have to dumb down the .obj my self?
Also I study’d the concept art for how detailed I should make my models and would like a little input if I haven’t taken it too far with the cooling-fans (current version has 12517 faces), still need to add couplers). In the End-user version I want the cooling fans to spin at a constant rate. Also ignore the texturing I want it to look as if it was made by the game artists to keep it in spirit of the game. If any Beta-player has seen a train with cooling fans could you post a picture please? (excluding the “NoHAB AA 12”) Train is a New Zealand DL class in case you where wondering.
August 29, 2014 at 21:59 #3846MansenParticipant
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I know nothing about the modding side of things, but I recall Mikael talking about how only a number of ingame models currently have LODs, so I’d assume you have to do them yourself (since the game would otherwise have LODs for everything implemented already)August 30, 2014 at 13:00 #3871GeoffersHParticipant
This website seem to be ahead in modding then we are on this forum, don’t take me wrong. It’s in german though http://www.train-fever.net. Maybe we can collaborate with these guys, it can make things alot easier then finding out everything by ourselves.
I agree, but we need to have an option to choose between German & the English language, otherwise it won’t be any help. A lot of German websites do give you the option to choose English.August 30, 2014 at 15:38 #3884
You can start topic’s in english on train-fever.net, they can and are willing to answer in english aswell.November 4, 2014 at 00:31 #12954niefe9181Participant
Frankly speaking, I’m not in the stride of 3D designing, so I ask help from my brother whose talent is exceptional when it comes to schematics, CAD and templates. I demand him to give me unique train designs. We did the whole process for a week. I used mix of 1.75mm ABS Filament Black and Dark Green – for a camouflage effect. Unfortunately, I have no photos to share. Maybe next time I’ll post some when I’m finished with the latest model.
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