Edited by: David Yanakov on 23/12/2010 11:25:03Edited by: David Yanakov on 23/12/2010 11:12:14
So I had 20 large chests filled with rubble after an excavation project and started thinking about building something with it. As I didn't want to have to dig (another) ginormous open pit, I started going through preview windows and taking screens so I could measure lengths in pixels and find a ship that I could build within the height limit and not go below sea level. As luck would have it, while I was going through the caldari ship list (blocky ships being easier to translate)the first ship that I actually loved to fly fit the bill perfectly. It's just a tad over 200 meters in length and the highest bit is around 55 meters off the ground.
This is still very early stages as I've only used the one block type to do the layout of it. Next will come exterior detailing and then I start working on the interior. No I don't have too much time on my hands, I merely spent time that I probably shouldn't have and didn't sleep nearly enough. Just finished the outer hull and took a few screenshots, now I'm gonna go pass out for a bit.
TreExporter to yank the model
BinVox to convert it to voxels
ViewVox for the building planFrom the starboard rear quarterFrom the port-side wingy bitAfter sunrise
I don't want to even think about how many trees died to cook the stone after the coal ran out...edit-
Forgot about the image rule thing