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Many Tuesdays Later...

Posted 10-04-2009 at 08:41 AM by n72.75

I've finialy started up my souyz/salyut/mir/almaz project again. Still alot of code to do, the finial release will be quite extensive. As of now I plan to release Soyuz 7K-T and Salyut 6, as the first release, more will follow.

Preview renders of Salyut 6 mesh:
Mesh is by Jupiter



Thank-you Jupiter for the mesh.
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    Urwumpe's Avatar
    Small criticism:

    The green color is the result of soviet film material, which is more green sensitive. The green material is more a dark gray, like on Soyuz spacecraft today.

    The region around the aft docking port has a gap around the docking port, in which support machinery and sensors are visible.



    Your mesh is closer to Salyut 7:


    Also, note that the radiator section at the aft end is white as well...it only discolored like the rest of the spacecraft after years in space.
    Posted 10-04-2009 at 09:07 AM by Urwumpe Urwumpe is offline
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    4throck's Avatar
    Nice model !

    I'm taking the liberty of uploading the best Salyut 6 images I have:








    From those, I made a tentative texture for the main station cylinder:



    It might be useful to sort out some details. On general, it's the same basic layout as Mir (portholes, thrusters, etc).

    Finally, one of many photos (I have more) I took of a nice model with lots of fine details:



    Hope this is useful! If you need any help just ask !
    Posted 10-06-2009 at 10:45 PM by 4throck 4throck is offline
 

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