If you haven't already, what you could do to get rid of the squares after using the bevel tool would be to click on the model>go into object mode>press smooth, under the shading tab. It'll make whatever highlighted much smoother!Got bored of the back and decided to try out making the front of this thing.
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I've done some looking at ways of smoothing out edges as in the pic above it is clear that it is all made up of tiny squares. Not totally figured it out yet.
Below in OMSI I've got one which is basically as above (but without the shaped bumper) next to one which was smoothed in Blender and looked okay. Once it made it into OMSI the small amounts of smoothing had somehow turned massive and screwed up most of the detailing.
With OMSI's lighting effects being what they are, it's kind of hard to tell what has actually been modelled in 3d so far.
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On a side note - how would creating a curved windscreen work? I don't want there to be noticeably awkward angles or lines in the reflection when looking out from the F1/cab view.
Also I bet you didn't think you'd be seeing that rubbish red Optare Vecta again!
How did you get the window on the stair caseWhilst I do repaints I usually keep them to myself, probably just a part of me flexing but I was rather bored and was envious of Lothian's B8Ls. So I took my jealousy out on the Enviro500MMC 12.8m.
Still just the basis of the repaint without getting into detail.
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In short: I 'drew' it over.How did you get the window on the stair case