^^ Thanks And thanks for telling about the new map. I haven't even seen that hno: This will make London look much better, and make the roof details of our buildings way better to
King's Cross is my creation; I've done Euston and London Bridge too as well as the actual platforms and approach viaduct at Waterloo (if you look closely you will see that the station is actually in two models). I get a bit carried away sometimes and as well as adding trains put in platform signs and signal gantries, which blows up the file size massively...still, looks good! Would love to get around to doing Paddington, Liverpool St, Fenchurch St, Victoria and Marylebone when have time.You guys are doing such a great job it seems churlish to ask, but do you have any plans do create any of the London stations soon? Not only would they fill large gaps in the map, but they're often fascinating structures in their own right.
Kings Cross (or is it King's Cross?) looks fantastic, but it would be awesome if it had St Pancras next to it...
And buses!King's Cross is my creation; I've done Euston and London Bridge too as well as the actual platforms and approach viaduct at Waterloo (if you look closely you will see that the station is actually in two models). I get a bit carried away sometimes and as well as adding trains put in platform signs and signal gantries, which blows up the file size massively...still, looks good!
Great job! But are you "The" Siwi? :dunno:King's Cross is my creation; I've done Euston and London Bridge too as well as the actual platforms and approach viaduct at Waterloo (if you look closely you will see that the station is actually in two models). I get a bit carried away sometimes and as well as adding trains put in platform signs and signal gantries, which blows up the file size massively...still, looks good! Would love to get around to doing Paddington, Liverpool St, Fenchurch St, Victoria and Marylebone when have time.
There is a St Pancras in GE which is older than my stations but it's not amazingly detailed at the back. King's X is going to be changed in real life in the next few years with the removal of the 1970s tin huts at the front, so a remodel may be in order when this is complete.
Stuff like buses, trains, boats - basically anything that isn't fixed in one place like a building is. The problem is that as soon as new imagery comes out there's no shadow. In fact I made some boats near Tower Bridge which were great until the new London imagery was released last week - now they have no waves behind them and no shadows. On the other hand, it does make the world more realistic than just having buildings, so I shall probably keep doing it. Certainly a major rail station doesn't look right with no trains in it.But what do you mean with moving objects?
Yes it really is! The detail compared to the older one (Also by Damo) is really amazing^^ that model of Westminster Abbey is outstanding! :0
^^ Ohh okay then
Project update 5th March 2011!
Sketchup - 57 models
Google earth - 53 models
Pending - 1 models
Rejected - 4 models
Sketchup - 70 models
Google earth - 62 models
Pending - 2 models
Rejected - 13 models
Supertall Robbo (Matt):
Sketchup: 140 models
Google earth: 126 models
Pending: 0 models
Rejected: 14 models
We Would as well thank all of our Volunteers again for doing a great job. Without you we might not finish this. Thank you. But if you are a Volunteer. Please tell so. We am about to do a collection for all of your models. Or else we will have to look all over London.
Not much has happened through the last weeks of February. That's because we have had some holidays, and exams/school work to deal with as well.
Anyways. The London3Dproject is once again running.
Jack will be modeling the same areas as in the last update. Those areas are:
Westminster, Southbank, The city and Holborn/Covent garden. But he will mainly be modeling in the city and Holborn/covent garden.
Mads will be modeling in Islington and towards the city, to connect the two. This is a big part of the project because Islington is such an huge area. This will as well take some time, and might be done in late April.
Supertall Robbo will in the upcoming time be modeling in the Canary Wharf area. Since we haven't gotten to many models there at this time. He will as well probably be modeling in various areas of the city and the outskirts of London.
Check out the website: http://www.london3dproject.mfbiz.com/
Check out the Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/London...68654963152618
Check out the Twitter: http://twitter.com/London3Dproject
Check out the Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/London3D...t?feature=mhum
Check out our brand new blog!!!!
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We will not show any pictures in this update! the reason why is: the project has not expandet to much throughout February. But expect great pictures in the april update!.
Now instead of pictures there will be a selection of new models that we think are great. 3 models from the us, and 1 model from other modelers modeling London.
(The none London3Dproject model, will be from the day of the update. (it will be called Daily favorite.)
London3Dproject - Favorites.
First of all we have this AMAZING model by Jack. The willis building. There is not much to say, exept that its looking marveles.
Model Link: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=f0c70561b6dab28ce153ba43332a882
The next one is a model called Ropmakersplace by Supertall robbo. This model really fits in to its surroundings and shows of the skills of Matt.
Model Link: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=984194e66995cbb19f8f6237fa81039
The last of our own models is Islington 18 by Mads. Not that its to amazing. But it marks the start of some more detailed models in his part of the project.
Model Link: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=11a4525a7667d0eb2dbae68f09c7c12f
Today we haven't seen any skyscraper being uploaded. But who cares a bit anyways? This next model and our favorite of the day, is quit (very) Nice. It was uploaded by a guy called Siwi. (Yes you Sarepava). Now this model is not amazingly detailed or one of the greatest landmarks of the city. But the fact that he is trying to make the train stations and railways in all of the city is great. Congratulations Siwi/Sarepava, you deserve it.
Model link: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=c6a6d3136b3609dd3c34333ec675edd2&prevstart=0
We have a little surprise for you all. We will as well do a monthly favorite. Or that would the best model from one update to another. The rules are simple. Create a model upload it and wait. The model has to be real, and if one of your models were the favorite last moth you cant get the price the month after.
Now this model is just amazing, and it is clearly the best model this guy has ever done! it is also one of the most known landmarks of London, and later this year there will be a huge wedding in it (if im wrong. Correct me) This is of course Damo's Westminster Abbeyl. Congratulations Damo.
Model Link: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=a7a7981e1860715da5f88291d2e1580c&prevstart=144
A building in Westminster: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=112bef0c3f0dcc3fa5f88291d2e1580c&prevstart=108
Upminster Windmill: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=dbd38b9b58a9a082daec831dbb1cc6a6&prevstart=108
Serviced offices Wc2: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=1f39d7fae7beb67618aa46319ec8ea88&prevstart=144
Ohh yes by the way. I just saw that the collection for our models ended up in the Featured collections bar on the Warehouse frontpage. Take a look:
Thanks, guys :cheers:^^ that model of Westminster Abbey is outstanding! :0
Especially this one!Here's an early contender for this month's best models in London. Mostly of Thames Bridges & related Thames structures & a jet flying over West London towards Heathrow.
Check them out here
I see what you mean & what recession? lol!I pity the guy who has to draw up The Arcelor Mittal Orbit!!