zeronthegreat

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  1. zeronthegreat

    Roller Coaster Diorama

    2/11/19
  2. zeronthegreat

    Roller Coaster Diorama

    I did a thing --- well, doin'
  3. If this doesn't help, I tried. Currently experiencing the same, but I now remember what I could to avoid it. So I usually organize my files into different folders. Usually people would save it in the main folder without additional folders. I'm going to try this again because it did work for me in the past when I struggled for days saving something. Same your file in the main folder which should be easier for the program to route it to, then if you have preferred additional folders like myself to keep track of what is what. They move it there eventually.
  4. Just replied back to them, with two photos. And hopefully I don't have to format it into a pdf file. They're .pngs.
  5. Could attach files to it. Wouldn't give me an option.
  6. Rip, well it wouldn't hurt to contact and see if they could at least do something about this, I've heard from them too about not continuing LDD (for now I hope) but sbelieve this should be brought to their attention. Guess sounds cheesy.
  7. Oh sweet, but um, will it stay like this?
  8. Is this Normal? I'm not sure if this is common or what, anyway, when I bend, this starts to happen. Something corrupt? Thank you. Oh, wrong section. I think?
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    [MOC] LDD Twin Towers of The World Trade Center (WIP)

    The textures in the program is transparent, but if the Lego brick in the program is trans, it would make the whole texture trans, so it's a solid, but will only be a sticker. Anyways, what you think? Plus references, and new elevation Liberty Street. World Trade Center 3,4,5,6,&717 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center 3,4,5,6,&714 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center 3,4,5,6,&715 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center 3,4,5,6,&716 by austinhansngo, on Flickr ecc39843036a2c3cb6d7ef2078f3fc1c by austinhansngo, on Flickr Screenshot_2017-02-21-10-27-25 by austinhansngo, on Flickr Screenshot_2017-02-21-10-27-36 by austinhansngo, on Flickr 20170804_224712 by austinhansngo, on Flickr
  10. zeronthegreat

    Lego Original World Trade Center LDD (wip)

    The textures in the program is transparent, but if the Lego brick in the program is trans, it would make the whole texture trans, so it's a solid, but will only be a sticker. Anyways, what you think? Plus references, and new elevation Liberty Street. World Trade Center 3,4,5,6,&717 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center 3,4,5,6,&714 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center 3,4,5,6,&715 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center 3,4,5,6,&716 by austinhansngo, on Flickr ecc39843036a2c3cb6d7ef2078f3fc1c by austinhansngo, on Flickr Screenshot_2017-02-21-10-27-25 by austinhansngo, on Flickr Screenshot_2017-02-21-10-27-36 by austinhansngo, on Flickr 20170804_224712 by austinhansngo, on Flickr
  11. I'm doing a 1:375 scale of the World Trade Center, I'm also doing the concourse (Isn't present in the photos) The album you're viewing is just a representation, still a work in progress, Lego Digital Designer program cannot handle a lot of bricks because it wasn't meant for big projects like this, so deleted the structure of my twins and added them together just for show. The roads with bunch of studs are temporary, I want this to be accurate, including textures, like the 'Marriott' logo, 'The Mall' logo, flags, posters, banners, awnings,etc. I want to share my knowledge with all of you of what it pretty much looks like and feels like. If it's recreate-able, I'll do it sometimes I'll doubt myself. There's so much I really really want to talk about, start with, it's suppose to take place in mid-July in 2001, it's my first time making something involving Lego, I started this more than a year ago - 49,517 bricks present. The tall twins are the twins (Duh) The Marriott Hotel is 3 World Trade Center, 3 low rise black buildings, by looking at the first screenshot, 4 is the bottom right, 5 is top right, and 6 is left of 5, 7 is across the street of 5, and 6, haven't started on 7, besides the two bridges yet. You'll notice weird sculptures, red one that's like on some pedestrian bridge (Seven's plaza) is the Bent Propeller, most noticeable thing just by looking above or slightly above is the grey square with some kind of pavement design, with a stage, and a fountain is the Austin Joseph Tobin plaza, the one looks like an "A" shape between the towers is the Ideogram, the golden black one is the Koenig's Sphere (Unfortunately the artist whom made the sphere has passed away around a month ago) but his art survived, black weird pyramids is the Cloud Fortress, bottom I made some panoramas so y'all, and a photo to compare with one of them, you'll know. It's not like 100% accurate because of its scale, but hopefully I capture the feel, and hopefully you appreciate though how much detail and accuracy I put into it. Would love to explain a lot more, but want to keep this a decent length, after all, the screenshots talk for me, but needs a bit of explanation so y'all know what's going on, and a bit eager to share with y'all. Hope I didn't confuse y'all and hopefully this is in an appropriate, better section to talk about my project. Anyways, follow me on Flickr if you're interested. https://www.flickr.com/photos/146188873@N07/ World Trade Center48 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center49 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center1 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center2 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center3 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center6 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center7 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center8 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center9 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center10 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center11 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center12 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center13 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center14 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center15 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center16 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center17 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center18 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center19 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center20 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center21 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center22 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center23 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center24 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center25 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center26 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center27 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center28 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center29 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center30 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center31 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center32 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center33 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center34 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center35 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center36 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center37 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center38 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center39 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center40 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center41 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center42 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center43 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center44 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center45 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center46 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center47 by austinhansngo, on Flickr Ground level by austinhansngo, on Flickr Image by austinhansngo, on Flickr VMG68Eoi0MY-1 by austinhansngo, on Flickr
  12. zeronthegreat

    Lego Original World Trade Center LDD (wip)

    Been a while. Just added the towers just so you see how big they are, and what it looks like with the complex. Had to delete the structures in the twins so I can add them. 49,518 pieces in one big file. Enjoy. (Excuse me for the huge panoramic photos and the last one, you could barely see the quality of it so that's why, I've read about what size they have to be for comfortable scrolling, - excuse that too.) Last one is a comparison with the panorama above it. Anyways, follow me on Flickr if you're interested. https://www.flickr.com/photos/146188873@N07/ World Trade Center48 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center49 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center1 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center2 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center3 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center6 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center7 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center8 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center9 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center10 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center11 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center12 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center13 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center14 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center15 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center16 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center17 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center18 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center19 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center20 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center21 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center22 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center23 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center24 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center25 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center26 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center27 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center28 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center29 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center30 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center31 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center32 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center33 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center34 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center35 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center36 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center37 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center38 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center39 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center40 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center41 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center42 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center43 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center44 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center45 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center46 by austinhansngo, on Flickr World Trade Center47 by austinhansngo, on Flickr Ground level by austinhansngo, on Flickr Image by austinhansngo, on Flickr VMG68Eoi0MY-1 by austinhansngo, on Flickr
  13. zeronthegreat

    Ldd crash

    Just updated my driver. Now I have 49,513 bricks. And it saved successfully.
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    Ldd crash

    So came to a conclusion it has to do with the grill piece being used. Could that be it? Because when trying to load them with an edit version that I deleted any hidden bricks placed in the model and if I could add them be around to 29,000 to 30,000, it crashed when placed. But if I do it to the one that I haven't edit, it would be 49,500 bricks, can be placed, but crash upon saving. (There's currently 7,926 grill pieces used in my save, got 3 quarters of the the building I'm trying to place. Just need to add a quarter more, 2,080 of those grill pieces, 6,340 pieces more though. It could handle it. Came to the conclusion it has to do with that type of brick though.)