Hi, new to the forum Ive been playing A2 since it came out, and have been making Mods (under the name sokar2002 on Armada Fleet Command) This is my first model Its a ship for Stargate (im working on replacing all of the Federation with Stargate) Its called the X500 The last pic is an idea of potentially a Galaxy Class replacement giving the ship the ability to have Saucer Separation What do you guys all think? I know it isnt textured yet, bt im working on that :D Opinions would be great :D
I stole fire from the lighter!
13th January 2003
certainly a promising start, better than my first one anyway.
I suggest you experiment with vertex editing, i.e. moving the pollies around to create more complex shapes.
also could you post a wireframe of the model.
Achilles;4199038certainly a promising start, better than my first one anyway. I suggest you experiment with vertex editing, i.e. moving the pollies around to create more complex shapes. also could you post a wireframe of the model.
Can Vertex be done in Milkshape? Also, how do i make it a Wireframe?
17th April 2007
Yep, vertices can be done in Milkshape. Use the Vertex tool, place them, move them, etc. And then use the face tool to make a face from 3 vertices. It may take a bit to get the hang of it, but once you've gotten it models are easy. By wireframe I would assume he means the other 3 windows you get with the different perspective - front, right, top etc.
So say we all
8th March 2005
Looking good. Definetly has a stargate feel to it and looks unique. Good job on your first ship, and SG rocks ;)
Thanks for feedback, ive started working on textures for the ship at the moment
Cloaked, behind you
16th April 2007
You get a wireframe view by default in the three modeling windows, but you can get a wireframe overlay or only-wireframe view in the perspective window by right-clicking it and choosing the appropriate item on the context menu.
Ive decided to drop this design for now, have been working on a varient of the BC-304 It has the head of the 303, and the main body of the 304. then a few extras from the 303, and then ive duplicated the engines of the 304, shrunk then down and added them to the middle of the ship. Im keeping the idea of Saucer Sep, but using the MVAM from Fleet Ops to make 3 separate ships Opinions?
Adopt, adapt, improve
24th February 2007
That looks really good, nice work. I think I recognise the models you used to make them, I'm currently converting them for Spectre, if I can get permission I'll release them.