Toyland to legoland conversion[WIP]

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Do you like the truck?

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Post by Downmaster »

GREAT!!!!

old memories... I still have that Metroliner, got it when i was six years old... omg...


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Post by Colonel32 »

they will need a bit of contrast, but still, it's an awsome start

(could I have my 7745 and 4551, please?)
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Post by Sanchimaru »

An advice about those trains: I didn't check the trucks, but the trains you are drawing are way out of TTD scale... I am afraid to tell you that in the scale TTD works, it is impossible to appreciate that a vehicle is made of lego... unless you drew it as made of 2 or 4 pieces...

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There's information about train sprite sizes in my drawing tutorials (link in sig)
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Actually, it's entirely possible to change the TTD scale if you're willing to redraw everything. I don't see a problem with them using those Lego trains as they are. Basically, each one takes up one square instead of half a square. I believe the Russian set is doing similar experiments.

You know, if you are doing a complete Lego set, then you will also need to replace the company-manager faces with Mini-figures. You can easily have the several different heads, varying shirts, and the different hair and hat styles - there aren't too many.
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Post by Szappy »

krtaylor wrote:Actually, it's entirely possible to change teh TTD scale if you're willing to redraw everything. I don't see a problem WITH!!!!! them using those Lego trains as they are. Basically, each one takes up one square instead of half a square. I believe teh Russian set is doing similar experiments.
I tend to differ. I don't know what the russian set intends, but you cannot enlarge train/wagon sprites, only reduce them.
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Post by bobo »

This lego set looks great. Really, it does! :P

Have you done any industries and could you tell me where to get LDraw or whatever its called because io would like to do the industries.
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Post by Saskia »

I can't await the train graphics of the 80's Lego sets :D

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