I swear I am not ignoring you, I’m just trying to learn 3D. Not bad for a first attempt, eh? The badass part is going to be when I get this thing all finished and 3D printed.
Now here is a silly question… does anyone have any decent photos of the door at Brewster back in the day? It is some glass thing now, but I am assuming it wasn’t always. And since I am kinda going for the historical look on this one, I need some help!
You have some crazy skillz!
The door(street side) was wooden ,dark brown,with 3 panes of glass
(clear,5″x5″, top panel), some fancy trim detail.
If you have a picture of Chappaqua’s front door(street side),
that could work as a “plug in”.
Wow, thanks! Seems I only have a pic of the back door at Chappaqua. Did it look similar to this? http://www.iridetheharlemline.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/61-400×533.jpg
YES,that works for streetside and track side at “B”(Brewster).
Just use that door style. the modeling has the “right” feel to it,
in what scale are you build the model in?
Gah that is so cool!
Google Sketchup for 3d modeling in Google earth had me creating some 3d models of train items a few years back. great work!