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    Thanks! There are a few "mistakes" to correct still as my replica model is quite different in one or two places from the real thing.
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    Had to make some structural changes to the South Stand in order to get it more like the real thing rather than the replica model. Also added some details. Lesson learned - always check reference photos as well as replica model on every section!!

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    Adrian.

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    Another update. Inching towards getting the outside done; extra girders added to North stand & various adjustments made, also modelled Jumbotron scorebord. Poly count 445k. It's taken ages to set up all the UV maps. Still more work to be done on the West Stand.

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    Very nice progress.

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    really nice progress, did you chamfer hard edges, or did you use the rounder tool?

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    Actually I used both! I started using the rounder tool but found that in quite a lot of cases it wouldn't work due to the mesh, then I discovered that nice little chamfer tool. Will post more updates soon. The outside is now finished with a total poly count of 724k polys, mostly small details and/or internal chairs/furniture that will only be seen in close-up shots. I'm putting together some small fly-thrus, the surrounding area and reading about LW2018!!!
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    nice, i understand, and yes i agree...i use the chamfer tool in most cases, and i use it 2 times, so the edges are round too...it works better than the rounder tool....your modeling is excellent, no sharp edges and the scales are like real world...

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    Thank you, your comment about the scaling is much appreciated and I'm glad because it means the hours I spent measuring the replica model and studying reference photos of the real thing has paid off. I've tried to be as careful as possible to avoid any 90 degree angles which do not exist in the real world. I will face interesting challenges ahead with the surrounding area (houses, pavements, roads etc) as that will all have to be eyeballed.
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    Here's a 1min 30s 1920x1080 test video of various fly-bys, aerial and lower down of each stand.

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    There are a few render artifacts here and there, I hope I can get those sorted when it comes time for the final version.
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    Thatīs looking really good! Love your attention to detail! :-)
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    Started working on the surrounding area. Am having to eyeball scale for the most part but thanks to SteveH who gave me some very basic building geometry he extracted from Google I also had that to help me with building size as well.

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    Some more updates, working on the surrounding area and have also started working on the inner structure of the South Stand.

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    Adrian.

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    This is fantastic stuff! Love the detail.

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