Here you have a single mesh file. Download and use free. Don't forget to smooth it with ctrl-E :) If you want to have greater control over the texturing, below is a link for the *.obj file. It is the same one, with the only difference that all the parts the bike is made of can now be separately textured/modified. file size = 892Kb.
Thanks for the link. Unfortunately when I imported the model into Wings3d I found a few problems, at least 24 of the objects that make up the model had their normals reversed, and I can't see how to flip the normals around in Wings3d, this is a great shame.
Join Date: 04.15.2004 Comments: 1097
6-year old model, yup, it's a shame I didn't checked that back then. Now if I have to model it, I would do that a lot different too :) Anyway, I did some slight adjustments so the kids' bike can be smooth-meshed correctly. Btw, it has no UVs for texturing since I intended this for bryce rendering only.
Use the same link as provided and let me know if there are any more problems.
Join Date: 11.19.2007 Comments: 4
Kid's Bike Normals
My you've done a lot of work on this - I like the look of the tyres now, very nice. The handle bars, front fork and handlebar stem are now the only parts 'inside out' (ie with normals facing inwards)
I find that looking at some of my old models I would model them differently too, we learn as we go.
It's very good of you to fix this for me. I have a situation - garden outside a water mill - where I can see this fitting in very well indeed. Fran