Sorry, I've been out for the last 4 days at AirVenture in Oshkosh, WI. Very cool! Anyway...
|wwwmwww Wrote:I can think of about a dozen ways to get rid of it, but most have negeative effects on lines elsewhere on the lightcycle. Matthew I don't believe you have this primitive in your model and your's looks good to me. Could you check a few of my dimentions in my model that effect this area and compare them with yours? While I'm waiting I've got a few ideas I'll try as well.|
Haha, actually, look at this:
Our models are *very* close, closer than you might believe! I think this error showed up on my model when I recently changed my canopy cylinder to be the same size and center point as yours. The cylinder that makes up that part of the chassis would have to be slightly larger:
That cylinder has to be large enough to intersect the fender cylinder at the 90 degree mark around the fender. Also, after looking a little closer, I'm not so sure that the original lightcycles have a curve in this part. Look at these images:
Also, in the all-view image, the section from the fender to just under the canopy shoulder looks as if it may actually be straight (it does not look parallel to the canopy), which would make correcting this error easier (and remove another primitive from the model!) We need to figure out if it is really a curve or straight.
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