Buses Scania N230UB East Lancs Esteem (UK)

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LeylandNationalStagecoach

Youngest of the Nationals
Jun 28, 2018
166
51
Loumouth, Kentroughshire
#21
Looks great! I've also modelled an Esteem (with blender, branding removed except for the steering wheel), here seen inside Unity3D:
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Just a small question: Do you think you'll you also make a fictional bendy version of it? I bet that'll look awesomely cool!!
 

lucashoward17

Head of HR for Network Southeastern
Dec 28, 2017
20
8
#31
@jowilliams15 I'm gonna disagree with you and everyone who says blender is easy to use for beginners who want to model for OMSI. the main reason being is that everyone learns differently and will therefore also find some software easier to understand than others. personally, I find SketchUp easier to understand for beginners as you don't have to faff around with a lot of tools and functions. TBH I think anyone who complains about someone using a different software is acting like a child who doesn't get there own way as your getting so wound up over nothing. for all you know guys, this could be a really successful bus. @Joshua Ramsden, you crack on with your project the way you want to as I have a strong feeling this will be a great bus.
 

whistlehead

Alias Mr Hackenbacker
Staff Team Leader
Forum Moderator
UKDT
Premium Subscriber
Dec 10, 2015
1,257
1,549
#32
SketchUp is easier to get to grips with at first, yes. But that's like saying that flapping your arms is easier than learning to fly a jet. It might be true, but only one will get you to the other side of the Atlantic.

Anyway this discussion has gone on far enough in another thread recently, so let's stop right here and not have a repeat of that, shall we?
 

Joshua Ramsden

North West Busses
Mar 4, 2017
125
91
Bolton
#33
@jowilliams15 I'm gonna disagree with you and everyone who says blender is easy to use for beginners who want to model for OMSI. the main reason being is that everyone learns differently and will therefore also find some software easier to understand than others. personally, I find SketchUp easier to understand for beginners as you don't have to faff around with a lot of tools and functions. TBH I think anyone who complains about someone using a different software is acting like a child who doesn't get there own way as your getting so wound up over nothing. for all you know guys, this could be a really successful bus. @Joshua Ramsden, you crack on with your project the way you want to as I have a strong feeling this will be a great bus.
He is using Sketchup to learn it and after he is going to use Blender! Stop whinging people it's his personal preference
Thanks you appreciate the support

So far with progress I have rearranged seating to make this bus DDA Complient also yet to get the back rest seat for the disabled spot done, and cab work needs to be completed.

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W942 ULL

Well-Known Member
Apr 6, 2018
269
222
#34
Thanks you appreciate the support

So far with progress I have rearranged seating to make this bus DDA Complient also yet to get the back rest seat for the disabled spot done, and cab work needs to be completed.

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looks wonderfull and would be good to drive in omsi 2 one day
 
Feb 6, 2018
317
264
#35
Looks great! I've also modelled an Esteem (with blender, branding removed except for the steering wheel), here seen inside Unity3D:
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Just a small question: Do you think you'll you also make a fictional bendy version of it? I bet that'll look awesomely cool!!
I love how there's a baby ticket, even babies can show their tickets to inspectors lol
 

LeylandNationalStagecoach

Youngest of the Nationals
Jun 28, 2018
166
51
Loumouth, Kentroughshire
#36
I love how there's a baby ticket, even babies can show their tickets to inspectors lol
Yeah, lol, It's actually for the parents/carers to show the driver their baby ticket/purchase one. XD
Also, did you see the 2D Coconuts on the ground in the 1st and 3rd pictures?
Anyways, I'm glad you like it! :)
 

Badger

Veteran Member
Oct 22, 2016
274
512
London
#37
Keep it up! Ignore what people say, do what you want as its YOUR bus, not theirs ;) Best of luck in this tough community buddy
 
Feb 6, 2018
317
264
#38
Yeah, lol, It's actually for the parents/carers to show the driver their baby ticket/purchase one. XD
Also, did you see the 2D Coconuts on the ground in the 1st and 3rd pictures?
Anyways, I'm glad you like it! :)
I'm just messing mate! It's great to see your progress, keep up the good work :).
 
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