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Belidos
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Posted: 19th Dec 2015 01:29 Edited at: 5th Sep 2016 12:44
HI guys, tonight I made my first solo model! While deciding what to make I was browsing the script forum and saw small's flashlight script, so I thought to myself, ooh some batteries would go well with that, so that's what I made, for most of you they're nothing special, but for me they're awesome because it's the first model I've ever made by myself, and i'm giving it away free!

EDIT: I'll list them all in the first post so they're easier to find.

1. AA Battery

2. AA Battery Low Resolution

3. 9v Square Battery

4. Lantern Battery

5. Rusty Pipe - Short
This is a free component of the Rusty Pipe pack i'm working on, it's in the store as 5 cents so I can include it in the future pack without effecting the free download cap, but you can download it for free from this link.

6. Rusty Pipe - Joint
This is a free component of the Rusty Pipe pack i'm working on, it's in the store as 5 cents so I can include it in the future pack without effecting the free download cap, but you can download it for free from this link.

7. Modular Motel Room Set (v1)
Another set of free models for you, a set of enterable wooden motel rooms that snap together, in 5 colours with 5 animated door styles.

8. Sci-Fi Drop Ship

9. Tool Chest (red)

10. Fake Tree Line


All models provided here are the property of Belidos3D, they are free for commercial or non-commercial use only in GameGuru projects, they must not be shared or distributed in any way except within a GameGuru game developed by the person or persons downloading the models from here.

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Posted: 19th Dec 2015 08:30
well ..thats nicely done for the first model.

good job.

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Posted: 19th Dec 2015 08:33
Thanks, I did a couple of things wrong, to start with the file sizes came out a lot higher than I expected, i think it's because I used 2048 resolution textures on a small model, i'm going to do another one sometime soon using lower resolution textures and see how much difference it makes.
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Posted: 19th Dec 2015 20:43
I've remade the battery to a lower resolution today, it's not quite as pretty looking but it's a quarter of the file size of the original.

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Posted: 20th Dec 2015 16:03
and here's a 9v battery

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Posted: 20th Dec 2015 16:51 Edited at: 20th Dec 2015 16:53
Thanks @Belidos, your battery models looks great
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Thanks for your generosity! Glad to see you got the models working in the end.

I think your models came out really nice.

I can imagine we will see some great stuff from you in the future.

Cheers

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Posted: 20th Dec 2015 18:58 Edited at: 20th Dec 2015 19:02
Thanks Unfamilia, I couldn't have done it without your tutorials (and the emails back and forth), I couldn't even work out the controls until I watched them, the way you step by step it all and tell the viewer exactly what keys to use is really helpful.

I fixed the issue with the pink texture I was having btw.

For some reason I didn't have a texture slot created for painting mode. So in texture mode I had to go to the slots tab, click on the painting mode drop down, select image, and then in the canvas image dropdown select my Diffuse.png. Est voila textures in texture mode and no pink mess

Here's another freeby, a lantern battery.

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thank you very much for this!!
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Posted: 21st Dec 2015 09:47 Edited at: 21st Dec 2015 11:54
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I can imagine we will see some great stuff from you in the future.
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I already have an idea cooking, i'm going to try making a leaky pipe that drips. Just need to find a decent video explaining animation in blender.

It will be something like this (very rough idea, not scaled):



With these textures:

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Posted: 22nd Dec 2015 13:28
I've updated the first post to include links and pictures to all of the models I've put in this thread.
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Hey Belidos You're becoming a specialist in batteries! , thanks for sharing

Do know nothing about Blender, but there are many videos out there, such as:

Blender Animation Complete Tutorial for Beginner & Advanced Users

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ha1pPhXHKYM

Maybe a good start point.

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Yeah, thanks 3Com. I've been watching a lot of videos about animation in blender and it actually looks pretty simple. Blender has a feature where you can set the start frame, save the position of the item, then select the end frame and save a new position, then it automatically fills it in. After that you can adjust the "curve" of the motion, moving it between smooth movement, a bell curve where it starts slow and speeds up, vice versa or anything in between, I looks fairly simple. I'll probably go with a curve that makes the drip start slow and get faster the further it falls.
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Posted: 22nd Dec 2015 22:03
The pipe so far ...

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The pipe is looking great so far! Thanks for the free stuff, those battery items would come in handy for something I'm playing with at the moment. Thanks
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Thanks teamhalo, I decided to do batteries in different types as my first project because they're fairly simple shapes, and I could only find one battery (apart from various types of car battery) in the store, and what with smallg giving away his flashlight battery script I thought it would be a great opportunity for me to give back to the community, you're welcome to use the batteries for whatever project you like commercial or not

I need to redo the texture on the pipe though, I noticed when putting a couple end to end last night that the texture isn't quite seamless, it a little darker at one end so los odd when you lay them together, all I need to do is flip a copy horizontally, stitch them together and scale them down, it only needs to be seamless horizontally, the vertical seams are behind the model and not visible.

The pipe is eventually going to be a pack of pipes that link together, it will include t-junctions, elbow bends, and both horizontal and vertical pipes in a couple of lengths, as well as (if I can do it) a couple of animated drips and some puddle decals.

I've decided to do the animated drips separately to the pipes themselves, i'll probably make them to drop from a couple of meters above head height, that way they can be moved up or down and the drips won't disappear before hitting the floor if you move it too high.
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Quote: "I need to redo the texture on the pipe though, I noticed when putting a couple end to end last night that the texture isn't quite seamless, it a little darker at one end so los odd when you lay them together, all I need to do is flip a copy horizontally, stitch them together and scale them down, it only needs to be seamless horizontally, the vertical seams are behind the model and not visible."


Looking good. You seem to have grasped Blender well.

With regards to having a seamless texture on your pipes; I agree it would be good practice to get the texture aligned properly, to allow for seamless joints between models. However, what I would do and have done in the past, is to add a pipe joint at one end (thicker section of pipe that the other end can slot into). That way, if the texture is a bit darker on one end, it's fine.



Keep up the good work, and thanks for the freebies.

Cheers

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Posted: 23rd Dec 2015 09:31 Edited at: 23rd Dec 2015 09:47
Quote: "Looking good. You seem to have grasped Blender well. "


Thanks, i'm quite pleased wit my progression considering only a week ago I didn't even know how to rotate the camera in edit view

Quote: "However, what I would do and have done in the past, is to add a pipe joint at one end (thicker section of pipe that the other end can slot into). That way, if the texture is a bit darker on one end, it's fine.
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Yeah I was thinking of doing it that way as you can see in my concept drawings, but I got lazy when I was making the model. I must learn not to cut corners.

Oooh just had another idea! A shut off valve that animates when you hit E, it shouldn't be much more difficult to do than a door animation and would open up a world of possibilities, see pic below for reference.

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Yes! I love lever pipes like like. Makes me think of Half Life. I made a weapon model like that back in the day, here is what it looked like. Never got around to animating it like a weapon though, sadly.


I would love to see something animated like that working in action, maybe a way to control the opening of a door or something. I'll be following this thread
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I've finished the main pipe.


Next up will be the elbow joints.
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Ok so I'm really jealous how you picked up blender so quickly. I guess I must be getting old
Really great work there ..
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Thanks sunchromesh, Blender is a little difficult to pick up because t relies on so many shortcuts etc, but once you get used to it it's pretty simple.

I'm tryong to animate that valve at the moment but I just can't seem to get it to work ingame, it animates in blender and in meshviewer but just won't work in game, i'm fairly sure I have all the fpe stuff right, I just can't figure it out.
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Yay I got it to animate properly in the game, but only if I remove the texture, if it has a texture you can open it and close it and it animates fine, but after you close it the whole model goes invisible, can't work out why.
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Posted: 27th Dec 2015 16:49 Edited at: 27th Dec 2015 16:50
I think I got it, just need to add the UV's and the handle textures now

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Looking real good...

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Posted: 27th Dec 2015 17:57 Edited at: 27th Dec 2015 18:01
Thanks Harry, i'm still trying to figure out how to texture it fully though, in blender to get it to animate you have to have the handle and the main part of it as separate objects, and when you go to texture you have to texture both objects separately, I can do all that, but i'm not sure how to merge them into a single texture set for GameGuru.

Anyone know? Is it just a matter of arranging the textures so that the two files can be merged in the paint package of choice? or is it more complicated than that?

BTW, if anyone wants to know, the issue I was having with it was that when I imported it into GG the animations worked fine to open it, but when I closed it the animations cycled and the model disappeared. I fixed it by changing materialindex = 3 to materialindex = 1 in the fpe, not sure what else that will effect but it seems to have done the job.

(p.s. having a nightmare at the moment, bought a new keyboard today and i'm so not used to it, keep hitting the wrong keys lol)
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The pipe, elbow join and valve are now available in the store, I will be adding, a drip, a couple of puddles, a t-joint, a tap, and a couple of different sized pipes over time, I will also add a couple of those pipes to my free list here eventually.

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Posted: 29th Dec 2015 20:40 Edited at: 30th Dec 2015 11:17
I've made a half sized version of the Rusty Pipe and a Joint piece which I have attached to the opening post for free, I've also added these to the store for the minimum price of 5 cents so that they can be included in future packs without being effected by the free download cap.

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Brilliant Thanks !!
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Thanks alot mate, you got Blender fastes I thought.

In animation, multitexture meshes does not work, you need "merge textures into one".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8Dxh4QOuqE

http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Doc:2.4/Manual/Textures/Mapping/UV/Unwrapping

Maybe you already has this concepts so clear, but if not, this might help.

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Yeah already worked that out, hence my model being finished Thanks for the advice though.
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Apologies guys, there was an error in my attached file for the short pipe, somehow and I have no idea how rustypipeshort.x got saved as rustypipeshort..x I've reattached the fixed zip here.

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Posted: 28th Jan 2016 20:11 Edited at: 28th Jan 2016 20:15
Another set of free models for you, a set of enterable wooden motel rooms that snap together, in 5 colours with 5 animated door styles.

There is no Normal or Specular map, the room textures are 2048x1024 and the doors are 1024x1024.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/phs8do2cyzf0m33/Modular%20Motel%20%28v1%29.zip?dl=0

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Posted: 28th Jan 2016 22:11
nice one Belidos...
thank you


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Great stuff. Thanks.
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Really appreciate you giving these away Belidos. The new models you are working on are definitely cool. Will be fun to play with these.

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Great stuff Belidos!, thank you very much.

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Thanks guys, they're not perfect, I made plenty of mistakes when making them, hopefully I've learned from my mistakes and will make my next models far better.
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Thank you. With out mistakes, no one would learn. Great job learning Blender.
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Posted: 19th Feb 2016 22:23 Edited at: 22nd Feb 2016 11:11
Added another free model to the list:

(Please note: This is just a quick model as a proof of concept for a future project so the textures aren't perfectly aligned etc and there is an issue with some extra geometry on one of the tail fins, but it's perfectly fine if you don't study every pixel)

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work fine, thank you very much
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Thanks for the freebies mate nice work
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Impressive freebie man i really appreciate it!!!
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Thakyou Belidos
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Posted: 14th Mar 2016 20:05 Edited at: 14th Mar 2016 21:24
Added a tool chest of the type used by mechanics. The free model (in red) is linked in the opening post and I have submitted a blue and green version to the store.

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Good work! I will put these to my game.
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Posted: 30th May 2016 12:39 Edited at: 19th Dec 2019 09:49
This is a free tree line, it's two planes back to back with an image of a tree line on it, it's great to fake tree lines at a distance, to bulk out a real tree line, or behind a wall, or hedge etc.


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