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Nov 7 2007, 19:58
hi guys i am making a luger handgun but i struggling onsizing the thing down so is not as big so if anyone could could point m e in the right direction it will be much appreciated http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/biggrin_o.gif
p.s 1st model i am trying to make so please dont shout lol http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/sad_o.gif http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/huh.gif
Thanks in advance Dark
Nov 7 2007, 20:15
..pics http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/inlove.gif ?
Nov 7 2007, 20:17
nah u really dont wanna see them like i said its my 1st attempt
crappy pic (http://i185.photobucket.com/albums/x272/darkfenix19/untitled-3.jpg)
Please dotn laugh my confindence cant take it http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/biggrin_o.gif
shape is ok but screen isnt showing much http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/smile_o.gif
as for size, AFAIK - 1 unit in O2 is 1 meter in game, but not sure http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/smile_o.gif
Nov 8 2007, 13:05
Yep, 1 unit in o2 is 1 meter ingame. If you want to resize your model presse Ctrl + A (Select All) and then go to Points/Transform 3D/Scale and choose a scaling value (the same on all three axis to keep aspect ratio).
Nov 8 2007, 14:23
or to give you more precise control over the scaling CTRL+A to select the entire model then use CTRL+SHIFT+RMB Drag.
Nov 8 2007, 17:49
thank you guys and gals another quick question how do i rotate the camera in 3d window
Nov 8 2007, 19:03
4 and 6 on the numpad pan the camera around
8 and 2 pan the camera up and down
Use the above in combination with CTRL you can slow the camera movement down.
Nov 8 2007, 19:12
man i am stupid http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/rofl.gif what i ment, u know where u actully make the model i can rotate the camera so i can join the two sides together
Edit: sorted have to hold down the alt button http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/band.gif now how do i select one side of my model
Nov 8 2007, 20:55
Just press F9 to have 4-view mode (front to back, right to left, top-down and the 3d view. Then you can just select the view you want by clciking in the relevent view and select the points/faces you want.
I have a working Luger (grandpa's souvenir from the German occupation of WWII) if you are in need of photographs or information.
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