Buses Optare Solo 8.8m (M880) [Slimline]

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Cauterize1750

#Duuuval
Premium Subscriber
Oct 24, 2016
166
I just don't think that I'm quite ready to delve into the word of bus modelling completely, I might continue with it depending on other people's thoughts.
Honestly you need to decide if you want to continue the project - it shouldn’t really be up to anyone else.

If you stopped then it’ll be a shame but use it all as a learning experience for when you feel ready to step back into the breach
 

Rhys

Veteran Member
Mar 20, 2016
1,426
Honestly you need to decide if you want to continue the project - it shouldn’t really be up to anyone else.

If you stopped then it’ll be a shame but use it all as a learning experience for when you feel ready to step back into the breach
I 100% agree with @Cauterize1750. You can be the only one who determines what to do with the project. You can take advice from others, but ultimately it's up to you on what the final say is. It'll be a shame for you to throw in the towel so early. However, I think that if you are to continue bus modelling, you have to be prepared for any obstacle and challenge, and always picture the end goal. It's what will keep you going.

I could've easily given up on my current project several times, especially when I dealt with quite a load of challenges in my personal life, and in the OMSI world. However, I always remember the main reason why I started developing and that's always my drive and motivation.

Have a think on it, before making any rash decisions. Also try to not think aloud online, as people may misconstrue your thoughts as factual statements.
 

The British Gamer

is a bus vegetable. I mean veg.
Dec 29, 2016
835
Honestly you need to decide if you want to continue the project - it shouldn’t really be up to anyone else.

If you stopped then it’ll be a shame but use it all as a learning experience for when you feel ready to step back into the breach
I 100% agree with @Cauterize1750. You can be the only one who determines what to do with the project. You can take advice from others, but ultimately it's up to you on what the final say is. It'll be a shame for you to throw in the towel so early. However, I think that if you are to continue bus modelling, you have to be prepared for any obstacle and challenge, and always picture the end goal. It's what will keep you going.

I could've easily given up on my current project several times, especially when I dealt with quite a load of challenges in my personal life, and in the OMSI world. However, I always remember the main reason why I started developing and that's always my drive and motivation.

Have a think on it, before making any rash decisions. Also try to not think aloud online, as people may misconstrue your thoughts as factual statements.
Thank you Rhys and @Cauterize1750 for the motivation. I will be continuing with the bus. I have not made any progress this week (sorry!) I will update you guys next week! Yours, Myles W (The British Gamer)
 

The British Gamer

is a bus vegetable. I mean veg.
Dec 29, 2016
835
It's been a while. I am not going to deny that. I only have some small progress, but to me it seems large. I have started on the interior, and my main focus has been the cab. I might be continuing my development in Blender (as I got a new pc for christmas).
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I have also started the rear seating area (although there's no seats there at the moment.
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Enjoy and I can't wait to hear your feedback!
 

Olllie

A fellow carbon based life form.
Mar 25, 2017
83
It's been a while. I am not going to deny that. I only have some small progress, but to me it seems large. I have started on the interior, and my main focus has been the cab. I might be continuing my development in Blender (as I got a new pc for christmas).
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I have also started the rear seating area (although there's no seats there at the moment.
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Enjoy and I can't wait to hear your feedback!

Really good progress mate, starting to take shape now. Keep up the good work! On :):)
 
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