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Yankee43

Extruding in Zmod

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Damn I seem to have a lot of questions around here... 

Can anyone help me by explaining how to extrude areas on a model in zmod? 

From Itchboy's tutorial, this is the part I am on:

Also, the vehicle I am modeling for reference:

 

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Select each vertice as per the tutorial, and move it into shape.

Not everything will line up the first time, keep trying even if you think it doesn't look right.

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1 hour ago, itchboy said:

Select each vertice as per the tutorial, and move it into shape.

Not everything will line up the first time, keep trying even if you think it doesn't look right.

I got that part, but as I select verticies, (I am in vertex mode right?) and the lines appear from the vertice on the 3d view. How exactly do I move them? I am dragging to no avail? Sorry I should have specified.

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6 minutes ago, Yankee43 said:

I got that part, but as I select verticies, (I am in vertex mode right?) and the lines appear from the vertice on the 3d view. How exactly do I move them? I am dragging to no avail? Sorry I should have specified.

Okay, I think i've figured It out. Thanks.

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Now I have a rough design of the side. How do I go about the front and rear? I read mikeypi's tutorial but I am confused. Can anyone give input?

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Start modelling the front. It will be flat, so extrude/move the vertices in a defined angle so it curves.

I will be posting some temporary pictures for the tutorial.

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20 minutes ago, itchboy said:

Start modelling the front. It will be flat, so extrude/move the vertices in a defined angle so it curves.

I will be posting some temporary pictures for the tutorial.

Thank you so much. Apologies for my load of questions. Just really wanting to learn.

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Don't apologize, you're already at a great advantage by knowing what you do, even if you think its not much.

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1 hour ago, itchboy said:

Don't apologize, you're already at a great advantage by knowing what you do, even if you think its not much.

I appreciate that very much. I have big dreams for my modding career here. A few last things. The images you said they were temporary. I unfortunately won’t have time to work on the model until late Saturday because of school and work. Will they be around by then? Three unrelated questions: The Seagrave Marauder in your American fire engine cab pack. What year is it? Also, is there one around like the FDNY used? I believe that is custom but I didn’t know if there was one around. Also, are there any KME’s around? I cannot remember if they were in your pack. 
Thank you again for everything. You have really been a great help!

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The Marauder in my pack is an 06. You can find a 1996 in the DL center. FDNY use a variety of 90s and 2000's trucks all the way to present day.

The fire engine pack has a KME and Pierce. I have also released other truck brands such as Sutphen, Ferrara and HME.

I have updated the tutorial right now. More pictures in the next hour or so.

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4 minutes ago, itchboy said:

The Marauder in my pack is an 06. You can find a 1996 in the DL center. FDNY use a variety of 90s and 2000's trucks all the way to present day.

The fire engine pack has a KME and Pierce. I have also released other truck brands such as Sutphen, Ferrara and HME.

I have updated the tutorial right now. More pictures in the next hour or so.

Thank You very much. I’ll be getting to work as soon as I possible. Yes I was wondering because I know FDNY newest engines are the KME’s so I was gonna try to model one of those one day and put it into Brooklyn.

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