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Discussion in 'Bob's Track Builder Projects' started by Erwin Greven, Nov 23, 2010.
Another project: The 1953 version of the Assen TT circuit.
Oh, I look forward to this...
Sounds promising indeed.
Remember to visit the Dutch ol' ex-racers motorcycle sites to research this one, I'm sure some of them would be very pleased to see this recreated as well.
Getting the resources is the most difficult thing. If you find something, let me know.
Sounds like a great project! i would be happy to supply you with textures along the way
Found a good site with lots of pics. Sadly most of them are from the same spot. Maybe i have to drive a partial lap with an camera, just like i did with the Hondsrugring.
Some very early previews, laid down the basic track. Now i have to add terrain. I have found a lot of pictures of the track, but not always i know where those pictures are taken.
This looks awesome Erwin!
This corner will be a test case for building techniques not used before by me. Some of you already use it.
I have decided to build the 1953 version, because that year the TT was held at a almost unchanged track (since 1926).
The track is imported in BTB and now i am working on the textures of the track its self. Some objects are build though.
Also i have build a site.
The starting grid
Oh boy oh boy oh boy... Like I said, once it's (nearly) finished do mention this on the Dutch classic motorcycle racer sites, I'm sure some of these guys will instantly orgas... *eh* be very happy to see this one recreated, for sure.
Tomorrow i am going to make some pictures of a few parts of the track. I will post them here.
Towards the "Jodenbocht".
Laaghalerveen. A lot of camber here.
Last corner before the "Kniebocht".
De Haar corner
Between Laaghalen and Laaghalerveen.
Will be very intressting to compare the track with the real pictures later
i even made some pictures of the tarmac and cobbles used at two places.. I made 38 pictures.
http://www.hederahelix.nl/assen1953/ All pics added.
I just bought this one.
working on objects.
Your really getting good at sketchup mate, those look great