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    Boeing 757 cockpit

    Hi

    Any aircraft freaks here? As a summer project I decided to re-model my very first project, Boeing 757-200. Body was pretty easy but cockpit was a challenging mixture of Google images and Youtube. Well, it is turning out to be quite neat so I decided to post some quick renders here.

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    The triangle count is high but relatively low, 400k for the whole plane including cockpit and landing gears. Maybe this is ending up in a simulator... Maybe.



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    That looks great so far. Where did you get all your reference material? Do you have access to actual mechanical drawings or is this all from photographs?



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    good point where did you get all the reference drawings for this ?

    but it does start to look good

    time to add some color LOL



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    For the most important panels I've found actual sizes on the internet but no, no technical drawings, mostly just judging by eye and redoing when a new picture is found. Tbh I've never visited a modern aircraft cockpit in real life

    Still some modeling to do before coloring



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    This is really good. But I know that it will be one hell if a job to uv-unwrap eveything an to texture it. Hopefully you are able to maintain a certain level of motivation to finish this project. Looking forward to future updates. Keep up the great work.

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    how many verts for the model ?

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    311,390 verts



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    A very quick render.







    Phew.

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    Very convincing for a quick render.



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    Overhead almost ready

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    MCP ready for action

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    Main instrument panel textured

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    Outstanding. I love the glowing instruments.



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    Love all that obsessive detail work.



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    Phew. Why not more instrument lighting?
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    Amazing, congratulations....



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    Awesome stuff Really good man.



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    Going to some sim? Or just because? Reminds me of the level of detail some sim-fans go to for custom FS-X or FlightGear models.



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    Wow - great level of detail, you must have put a lot of hours in to get this far.



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