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  1. No worries, I didn't wrote that to you, or even to a particular person. I'm just tired to read people saying ldraw sucks only because they didn't even try to learn... About CCBS parts, all parts available in LDD have already been converted to a ldraw format, they only need (a lot of) cleaning to be officially released. But they are downloadable (http://digital-bricks.de). As those parts are quite complex, and as a few ldraw authors are working on those parts, it takes time to have them available. But it is still possible to add them one day.
  2. Have a look at my renders (in my flickr signature bellow). I wouldn't say they suck... Any renderer can suck if you don't know how to use it. I don't mean to get into this Lego softwares war but the OP was a bit rought with LDD, as other answers where with ldraw. As a ldraw user, I'd like to express my pov: Please, remember that ldraw is a brick library not a renderer. Hundreds of people have put energy to make ldraw what it is today, they deserve a bit of respect. Ldraw started more than 20 years ago and is still alive, I would not say the same for LDD. Mecabricks is quite new but maintained by a few amount of person (if not one), what if the team stop the development... So, yes ldraw is harder, yes ldraw seems complicated and yes ldraw is maybe not meant for beginners. But as soon as you learn the tools, start to author parts yourself, share them to the community, believe me a new lego world will open to you. PovRay is what it is : an outdated renderer, but it's free and quite simple to tweek if you are familiar with programming. Blender also have a ldraw importer, and you can even export ldraw to 3dsMax. Of course, if you want a straight forward soft to built and render: go for LDD or Mecabricks. But if you want to get involved more deeply in a digital lego community, get rid of closed softwares limits: go for ldraw.
  3. Update: 2017/09/03 Download link on first page. 2431pz0: Tile 1 x 4 with Black Utility Belt Pattern 2431pz1: Tile 1 x 4 with Black and Light Yellow Triangle on Red Rectangle Pattern 2599: Minifig Flipper 3003p0b: Tile 1 x 8 with Gold and White Big Ben Clock Face Pattern 3004pz0: Brick 1 x 4 with Bright Green Tie with Bright Light Orange Skulls Pattern 3010pz0: Brick 1 x 4 with Batman Logo in Yellow Oval Pattern 3010pz1: Brick 1 x 4 with Yellow Batgirl Logo with Black Border Pattern 3010pz2: Brick 1 x 4 with Yellow Colar and Yellow Robin Logo Pattern 3010pz3: Brick 1 x 4 with Black Line, Light Orange Skull and Magenta Pockets Pattern 4162p15: Tile 1 x 8 with "THE SOLOMON R GUGGENHEIM" Pattern 4162p16: Tile 1 x 8 with "Sydney" Pattern 4162p17: Tile 1 x 8 with "Chicago" Pattern 4162p19: Tile 1 x 8 with "London" Pattern 11090: Bar Tube with Clip 11208: Wheel Rim 10 x 14 with Fake Bolts and 6 Spokes 11458: Plate 1 x 2 with Offset Peghole 11476: Plate 1 x 2 with Clip Horizontal on Side (Thick C-Clip) 11477: Slope Brick Curved 2 x 1 15068p05: Slope Brick Curved 2 x 2 x 0.667 with "MUSEUM" Text Pattern 15070: Plate 1 x 1 with Tooth Perpandicular 15208: Plate 1 x 2 with 3 Teeth In-Line 15209: Tile 1 x 2 with 2 Teeth Vertical 15395: Dome 2 x 2 Inverted with Stud and Tube 15397: Plate 3 x 3 Cross 15571: Slope Brick 45 1 x 2 Triple with Bottom Stud Holder 18649: Plate 1 x 2 with Handles on Opposite Ends 18654: Technic Beam 1 18677: Plate 1 x 2 with Offset Peghole on Underside 18976: Wheel Rim 11 x 18 with Vented Disc Brake 22385: Tile 3 x 2 with Angled End 22388: Slope Brick 50 1 x 1 x 0.667 Quadruple 22885: Brick 1 x 2 x 1.667 with Studs on 1 Side 23443: Bar Tube with Handle 23950: Panel 1 x 3 x 1 with Rounded Corners 24246: Tile 1 x 1 with Rounded En 24299: Wing 2 x 2 Left 24307: Wing 2 x 2 Right 24309: Slope Brick Curved 3 x 2 25269: Tile 1 x 1 Corner Round 25866c02: Figure Friends Lipstick with White Handle 26603: Tile 2 x 3 26604: Brick 1 x 1 with Studs on Two Adjacent Sides 30340: Minifig Life Ring 32294: Technic Suspension Arm 1 x 9 x 2.5 45677: Wedge 4 x 4 x 0.667 Curved 48729b: Bar 1.5L with Clip with Truncated Sides and Hole in Shaft 50745: Car Mudguard 4 x 2.5 x 2 50950: Slope Brick Curved 3 x 1 50990a: Dish 10 x 10 Inverted with Hollow Studs 50990b: Dish 10 x 10 Inverted with Solid Studs 55707c: Minifig Batarang 61409: Slope Brick 18 2 x 1 x 2/3 Grille 61678: Slope Brick Curved 4 x 1 64727: Bar 0.5L with Blade 3L 86208: Minifig Torch without Grooves 87079pz0: Tile 2 x 4 with Groove with Brickheadz Series Number "1" 93606: Slope Brick Curved 4 x 2 95108: Friends Lipstick Handle 95109: Friends Lipstick Core 98138: Tile 1 x 1 Round with Groove 98138p07: Tile 1 x 1 Round with Eye Pattern 98138pz0: Tile 1 x 1 Round with Two White Squares Pattern 99774: Minifig Ski 4L without Hinge
  4. If you know parts are misplaced, why not placing them right?
  5. Brickheadz / 41585 - Batman 41585 Errors: None Brickheadz / 41586 - Batgirl 41586 Errors: None Brickheadz / 41587 - Robin 41587 Errors: None Brickheadz / 41588 - The Joker 41588 Errors: None
  6. You'd better use unprinted bricks instead of no-bricks at all (the 1x6 white bricks are missing)
  7. I think you ldraw installation is messed up, or LDCAD don't know where too find your ldraw library. You have a red cross when LDCAD can't find a part. You should install the ldraw AIOI from scratch and check your LDCAD settings to locate the ldraw library.
  8. If you are not able to make sure by yourself that parts are placed correctly, I would strongly advice to switch to LDCAD instead of LeoCAD. You would benefit from part snapping and it will be easier to align everything correctly. Also, you should review you models using LDView, it will help to see errors. You will also be able to take better quality screenshot using LDView. As Legolijntje said, poeple will prefer to build their models instead of correcting or checking others' ones. And stop writing "unknown" on Errors, you should post a model here when you are sure their is no error or when you can identify them (99% of the time : missing sticker, missing patterned parts or missing parts). As those old Lego model are quite simple, you shouldn't identify errors others than those 3. I know you are in the learning process, but take your time. As it has been said: quality, not quantity...
  9. You shouldn't clean you ldr/mpd file that way, if a coordinate has digits it is not a problem at all and it won't reduce file size significantely.
  10. As an advice: Using LDCad with part snapping will greatly help you to avoid this kind of mistakes.
  11. According to the picture you have parts overlapping on the tail. 660: the yellow tile of the tail is collinding with the plate's studs. 699: the grey plate of the camera is colliding with the roof's studs. You should double-check more carefully before submitting sets.
  12. Architecture / 21034 - London 21034 Errors: None
  13. Mostly it is new parts not present in ldraw AIOI. There are also some improvement on some already existing ones. As it is said in my topic, my additionnal parts are a WIP and need a few steps to follow to be merged with the official LGEO library. I can help on that if needed.
  14. Complete LGEO library comes with the ldraw AIOI. Then you can add my LGEO parts from the topic you linked above.
  15. Architecture / 21033 - Chicago 21033 Errors: None