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Marc

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Wednesday, May 14th 2008, 11:48am

U-Bahn New York

... fiel im Rahmen eines Kunstprojektes in zwar äußerst einfacher Gestaltung, aber immerhin auch für uns Kartonbauer ab:

http://www.allcitystyle.com/

Viel Spaß,

Marc

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Sunday, June 15th 2008, 1:22pm

Danke für den Link! Auch wenn das Papiermodell äußerst unkompliziert gehalten ist, auf der Seite findet man auch ein 3D-Modell, ansprechend detailliert, problemlos in Blender ladbar und für den einen oder anderen sicher ein schöner Ausgangspunkt für ein detaillertes Papiermodell (für mich zum Beispiel, hähähä...)

Danke nochmal!

Micha

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Sunday, June 15th 2008, 7:45pm

Exercixe for import into SketchUp & Blender

... and you can use the downloadable 3D-model (.dxf) as an exercise in importing objects into SketchUp (left) & Blender (right).

For someone who knows next to nothing about 3D this was a valuable exercise in itself. I learned that in Sketchup you have to specify exactly what kind of file you wish to import.

And I learned that in Blender there is a "render" window, and that the way you move things around is the same as in SketchUp.

As for the rest of Blender it is still a large mystery for me. But so far, so good.

Leif

PS. To my slight dismay, I found that importing into SketchUp is not always 100 percent successful. There is a small gap in the roof visible. Perhaps you can mend it very easily, but I don't yet know how.
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Dankbar für die Gelegenheit auf Englisch schreiben zu dürfen, kann aber Antworten problemlos auf Deutsch lesen.

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