Sickbay - Minishelves and Pill Bottles

patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
edited August 2014 in Freebies

nc = non-commercial

Designed for to be a part of [one day] a Star Trek set so it's non-commercial use only.

A wall with a couple of doors for 'swooshing' open [slides on the 'x']. A .cr2 file. As it loads, figures loading at 0.0.0 would be 'inside' the room. Other side would be the hallway.

Doors can be hidden if you want to use just the wall.

Feel free to recolour/texture the item to suite your scenes ... templates in the texture folder. No textures included this time. Item is uvmapped.
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There would be 2, one about where this loads, and the second over a bit on the same wall.

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  • SkelchSkelch Posts: 162
    edited December 1969

    Anything from a certion starship is always nice :) Thank you!

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited December 1969

    You're welcome.

    Working on some chairs for the room. One style is about half done.

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    Okay, here's the first piece of furniture for the room.
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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    And here's a picture .pp2 file for the same wall :-)

    It loads just a tad from the wall to show off the back which is pink. The front is displaying the previously released texture and FX on the opacity.
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  • SkelchSkelch Posts: 162
    edited December 1969

    More awesome goodness! Thank you and keep it coming :D

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited May 2013

    You're welcome.

    I was hoping to do some "kitbashing" and redistribute of the set I'm using as a pattern for this, but so far the communications systems seems to be not working, downloading from the site has become ridiculously slow and files corrupted ... so ... well ... it's going to take awhile for me to "remake" all this.

    I have 2 of the 'ceiling lights' done. Planning to release those later with other prop items still WIP.

    Taking a look at the room for all the patients ... okay. I think I need a few reference images for the base of the beds etc. [found what I needed]

    edited to remove and change a bit of info. I have found a name and email address for the original mesh which thankfully doesn't belong to the website. So hopefully it'll work :-)

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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    The next wall completing the waiting room corner, with a picture on it, the ceiling lights and I've included the Peddle Bed/Chair this time as a prop. Files do not overwrite previous releases ... now you have a choice. The prop file loads a little faster but cannot be animated.
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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited December 1969

    Not the furniture yet, but the Patients' Room is done. In final checking/packing stage so hopefully sometime tomorrow it'll be available.

    A .cr2 file so one can hide walls, ceiling, joints, rotate 'em, have some fun ;-)

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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited December 1969

    Before I forget again ...

    If anybody is interested for this remake I'm working on, I've been using an image from one source and a mesh from another as a "pattern". All mesh is "new", created in Hexagon. But as I'm not working from schematics but other people's work, I call this a remake. As far as I can tell, J.W.Neto may be the creator of the original max file and either he or someone else has compiled together a lot of images for the Sickbay called "Enfermaria". I seem to have collected this file from 3 or 4 sources so ? its origins.

    Anyhow, my thanks to those who have gone before ... and if certain folk wish that this [when finished] be uploaded to a certain website [concept was fine with me], they'll have to make contact as my efforts to contact you seem to be lost in the wind tunnel.

  • SkelchSkelch Posts: 162
    edited December 1969

    I can only speak for myself and state that I am very eager to use this set when finished. It is coming along very well.

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    Good to hear! This is a lot of work.

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    And since I found them while packing files, here's a re-up for those TOS Andorian antennae I made sometime ago. link retired

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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    Wall Pad, an add-on for the Patient Rooms wall ... TMP style ;-)
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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    Finally the heat wave broke long enough I could get some more modeling done :-)

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    Prop loads "one" in position. Use the Parameter tab to reposition more copies loaded in. Resize and reposition as necessary and "parent" to the appropriate joint.

    You may notice a template for a blanket in the zip ... yes it's done too but won't be made into a prop for release until the bed is done. It has several shading domains so one can make a striped blanket if they want to.

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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    The BioBed plus monitors and more 'wall pads'. link retired

    This bed is a basic flat slab. If somebody wants a round 'neck pillow', I also have a "cargo tube" in my DA Gallery which could be resized and turned into a neck pillow or what we call here, a body pillow.

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  • SkelchSkelch Posts: 162
    edited December 1969

    wow this is really coming along so well.

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    Thank you .... and here's the blanket that loads at 'zero' ... also a partially unfolded one.
    It's a lot easier to reposition items that load at 'zero'. ;-)

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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited December 1969

    Some teasers for the moment. Will package and upload sometime later.

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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    And here is the link!

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  • SkelchSkelch Posts: 162
    edited December 1969

    Love it! :) Thanks

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    And finally! The last piece for the Patient Rooms ... yes I know there are more rooms lol ...

    The big console with monitors!

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  • SkelchSkelch Posts: 162
    edited June 2013

    "Making Skins" Tutorial !This is perfect, I have used PSP version 7 for 15 years... I finally bought Paint Shop Pro X5 (Great price on Amazon.com) and so this tutorial is perfect as I learn the newer version of Paint Shop Pro.

    Not to mention more props for Star Trek :)

    Thank You!

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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited December 1969

    Thanks for the feedback. Happy the tutorial is helpful :-)

    I have the 3 "little rooms" modeled ... no furniture though. Hope to rig them and upload them later on in the week. That will be it for the 'remake' part of the Sickbay. Any more pieces I may model for 'a' Sickbay will be either under 'extras' for the Sickbay or in another folder completely.

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited August 2014

    The last "3 Little Rooms" link retired

    .cr2 file for 3 little rooms, they load in place.

    Bonus prop for the floor/ceiling included. Load 2, raise one. [if wanted, it's just a plane]

    One needs to watch the viewspace for the camera and/or put in some filler bits and pieces [could use the plane resized] for between the walls.

    I have some ideas which may or not happen to polish the set off but I am busy and I do not wish to rush through this. It's a hobby. If/when released would either be as 'extra parts' in folders near the Sickbay or in another folder of my own altogether.

    Enjoy the Summer,
    Catherine.

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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited December 1969

    Yes the 'remake' part is finished. However there were obviously some areas requiring attention to finish the set for use in our programs.

    So working now on some extras.

    I trust all the die-hard fans realize that none of this set is 100% right on with the canon however, close enough for many a scene.

    This is the 'connecting wall' I'm working on next.
    Keeping in mind that our weather is wacky hot/cold/dry/stormy, there's is no promised eta.

    What's left to do for this is the uvmapping, assigning Shading Domains, testing and making it into a .cr2 file.

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  • Skywalker77Skywalker77 Posts: 166
    edited December 1969

    Woo Hoo! I can always use a medlab... just need to train M4 to keep saying "D@#? it Jim, I am doctor, not a [ insert occupation here] !"

    Thanks bunches!

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited December 1969

    Progressing nicely but slowly. [brand 'x' of popcorn is TERRIBLE. Don't buy it. Need something to uvmap!]

    Okay ... got 2 walls uvmapped and saved out. No textures, no doors, no air, oh well.

    After the main uvmapping and basic Shading Domains are applied guess I'd better look into making some door Shading Domains.
    IF I can cut out the mesh for the doors without destroying the otherwise working set I will do that. Working doors are my preference too.

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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited December 1969

    Just flying by with a couple of wip views.

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  • Skywalker77Skywalker77 Posts: 166
    edited December 1969

    Looking good!
    It could even pass for a brig.... hmmmm ; )

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited July 2013

    Yes I guess so. Transport people in and out of it!

    I made the doors. I have made them separate. Decided I'd better redo the uvmapping. Have done the doors.
    Another day I'll have to fix up and redo the uvmapping on the walls.

    Apparently one can get away with adding "one side" of faces to fill gaps in a wall, and extract a line around to keep the shape ... without loosing the uvmap. But one cannot get away with this "around corners", sigh. Okay ...

    Doors are not "canon". There are a few types ... and I'll be surprized if any of them work correctly when rigged. The wall is curved. Ergo, the doors are curved. To slide open/close a door usually involves a straight line, not a curve. Of course you could probably just swing 'em like normal doors but that wouldn't be Trek.

    After I've re-uvmapped what's left of the walls, I'll remake the shading domains.

    I'll try to get in some Shading domains for a strip or two so people don't walk into the glass walls.


    .............

    Hexagon isn't wanting to fix the walls :-( This will take awhile. Fix one line, it breaks 2 more ... one of those days.

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  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,164
    edited July 2013

    Okay! We have the rooms front walls and doors uvmapped with a gazillion shading domains.

    Next will be to clean up the unrequired references that D/S4.5 loves to find and then rig them! So, possibility exists for release sometime on Friday.

    In the meantime, this isn't my work but it's a lovely set and quite usable for those down to earth scenes from time to time ;-)

    http://www.renderosity.com/mod/freestuff/details.php?item_id=70847 The Oval White House by TruForm.


    .............

    Update :-) Rigging next!

    No strips on doors/walls but I did get the uvmaps pretty flat for everyone ... "every" section has its own zone. There are several which one would probably 'hide' using the opacity tabs so that's all easy enough to do.

    This extra bit has been modeled in the latest Hexagon and will be rigged in D/S4.5
    It should work in D/S3+ and Poser7+ as far as I know. [legacy rigging, .cr2 file]
    I did make templates, hopefully I'll remember to include them.
    No textures included.
    As the little rooms' front walls are expected to be glass type, shaders might be the preferred method of texturing them.
    Make the corner bits the same colour as the main walls.
    All wall sections/corners/doors have their own bones too. Can show/hide them as you please.

    Now while I tried to match the 'size' of the uvmesh from section to section, remember that in Hexagon, 'packing' is done manually. So if you're using precision textures there would be a slight difference from section to section.

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