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I am now in the process of creating my first of many BATs using GMAX.
This is a mid-rise residential block of units of 6 floors on Queensland's Gold Coast.
Thanks heaps for all of the advice so far. I have been referring to the BAT Essentials and I will catch up on any other tutorials.
I made each floor 3 metres in height and the splines are extruded by 0.3 metres. So far, I grouped all of the completed walls in case I need to move them for some reason. I'm thinking of, when scaling the whole thing to fit in with the visuals in SimCity 4 Deluxe, it won't look like a dwarf (I hope that it will work out).
I made the doors red and windows blue so that I know what is what. I did create a standard primitive (shown as dark green).
All of the dimensions are pure and utter guesses as the Google Earth Pro way of gathering dimensions doesn't seem to work on my laptop and desktop for some bizarre reason. I used metres as the unit of measurement.
Please feel free to give some much appreciated advice, it would be pretty helpful.
SANTANA ISLAND - Traditions die hard
Chapter 01 - Introduction
DEDICATED - OP4 (Onlyplace4, Mike)
NOTE: This is a conservative City Journal in the style of classic 3RR by Dedgren (David).
I will expand this step by step page.
This unit is for my words of gratitude. Sorry if I can't remember them all.
But (sites, programs, teams, and people, names and logins):
Diktator, Jeronij, Pegasus, SC4 Polska, OP4, NAM Team , VIP Orange, JES, Ilive Reader, SC4PIM, PNG to FSH, Dat Packer 2008, SC4 Model Tweaker, Tool SC4, SC4 Icon Creator, HHarbor Team, DocRorlach, Dedgren, Ionionion with "OMCo Serial", NBVC with "All His Objects" too... etc.
New day - new names:
SimForum BAT Team (SFBT), FANTA, SM2 and ...
The list is very large - sorry - I'm going to continue it ...
The story began in 1949, but more on that later. Today 09-01-1950.
Now we come to the island Santana on a light aircraft. This Gent, B-07-07. Twenty years ago, someone built a village here. Then she left him.
This is a map of flight from Gloria state to Santana Island.
This is Osbourne City 1949.
The continuation very soon ...
Hey - it's been a while.
After a long period with too much going on IRL I've just come back to C:S - and I'm so happy with all the new assets and mods. I fired up Red Rock again - but after a tour and adding a few things here and there I rather felt like starting with something new.
Welcome to Twin Lakes - a beautiful area based on a slightly scaled down valley around Bridgeport CA - a place I visited for the second time last fall. It's backcountry, behind Yosemite and a bit off the beaten track. I love it there - as a European it feels like the perfect Americana collection.
I'm not recreating the real Bridgeport - but I take a lot of inspiration of it. There's lonely gas stations, an airfield, a barren cemetery and behind the first mountain ridge you'll see clear lakes and amazing peaks. But let's not get ahead of ourselves - here's a few first impressions of my first town in the area: Bridgeport - named conveniently after its idol and off the interstate, so there's not much through traffic.
I guess there will be more in the near future. There's plenty of land... Enjoy!
Is there a tutorial i can follow for importing custom 3d objects i made into SimCity 4? like if i wanted to put a statue into a city in SimCity 4, how would i do that?
I know i would need to use a program called Gmax and building architect, but im not sure how to do it with that.
Also, would i need to resize the statue in Gmax first? and if so, how big would i need to make it?
does anyone know of any tutorial i could follow? please help <3
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