AC3D – beginner tutorial – creating, moving, resizing. by acorvale. Ac3D Aircraft Modeling Tutorials: Cabin Window Frame. by Narendran. I just got AC3D, hoping to expand my ability of 3D modeling. I was wondering if some one could point out a few good tutorials to start learning. Hi guys, I got several questions about the airport design in AC3D. Here is my first video tutorial aerial image background in AC3D Hope you.
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Here is my first video tutorial aerial image background in AC3D Hope you find it clear and useful.
I tried tutorail knife and also using Boolean combinations to do the cutting, but never tktorial a result that I was perfectly happy with. We will improve the ‘video tutorials’ section over time but I wanted to get it up there as a start. Then just open up google maps, find that exact same spot on the satellite view where your AC3D crosshairs are, zoom way in, click it, and copy the coordinates.
Hi Clayton, I got it working for you. What I just described above lets you use anything you want as your reference point, you can even move it somewhere else if you’d like.
You start here with making a new. But, the coordinates in your. The following tutorials are under tutirial. Clayton, if you can get your files to me somehow your. I think the value you were using was in units of feet, but it actually needs to be in meters for this file.
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There are a lot of ways this can happen: I think one of the other users that was helping you entered their own file path info, so it was giving an error. I take it there is rotational misalignment, not just a shift due to centre point differences? If only I didn’t have a job I’d be ttorial this right now. It’s tutorjal as good as the stuff Rodeo makes and there’s no audio, but hopefully it helps: The “reference point” is just an arbitrary location on your background image.
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Perhaps I was doing something incorrectly, but I always ended up with really tiny gaps between the ‘outer area’ and the runway which created open slivers when loaded into the game. That looks good so far.
As well as the criss-cross runway problem I just made a second runway on a different airfield but found that tutoriaal 45m mesh I created to match the sc3d width was a poor fit lengthwise, so either I chop off a chunk beyond the runway or I have some background runway markings emerging beyond my created runway.
As you can see the runway is as per the background image, image sourced from fset but when i put it in the sim it is not overlaid under the original runway, see pictures a few posts up. If you don’t do this, you’ll have huge gaping voids in your terrain that cause some really interesting and violent crashes if you touch them at all.
The important thing is just that, wherever the crosshairs end up on the background image in AC3D, you need to make sure the coordinates you enter in your.
I tried that but nothing showed up. And tutoriaal are the already-converted files that you can load directly into Aerofly if you want: In Rodeo’s video tutorial he explained a great way to do all of this so you don’t actually have to understand exactly what the reference point’s meaning really is, and that works well if you’re careful not to move your objects away acc3d that original tutoriaal point. I’m not sure what you mean by innermost vertices though? The video is great, but i’m strugg Iing with where it tutoril into the workflow.
Another thing to be careful of is make sure that all your surface normal point the correct direction — you can check this by turning on “Normals” in the 2D and 3D menus, and then looking at the different viewports.
They have also been added to our wiki to make things easier. The pink lines those are the normals should come ‘up’ from your runway, not point below it. I checked the reference point on the crosshairs and it is exactly where it should be as per the reference point i chose in fset.
Video tutorial: aerial image in AC3D
You have a major orientation problem at some point. This was the only relatively easy way I found that gave perfect vertex-to-vertex correspondence so that there were no sliver openings when loaded into Aerofly. However, it can also create issues with selecting what you intend to select in the 3D view, as you’ll see at the end of my video when I was trying to correct the surface normals You’ll see me hunting around for it at the end and finally finding it and fixing it.
Is it 90 degrees out, or is it out by the approximate amount you rotated for mesh alignment? So when you’re all done modeling your airport and you rotate it before exporting, the north direction of your airport needs to point to the right in AC3D. I’ll have some fun now adding objects to my airports. It does get a bit tricky, but I think I have tried just about every possible way of doing this now and this seemed to be best unless your runway geometry is very simple: I couldn’t find out any more about using the knife or vertex picking.
After having the ground image in AC3D, you can do both ways: As I say a request for the list.
Let me explain the reference point thing a little further–I think once you understand its purpose and how it works, it will be easier to deal with. Rodeo – Just a teeny request for the bottom of your multi-page “to do” list. It’s easy to fix though: