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    I made this Data East Apron for Batman (DE) and Jurassic Park (DE) and since many DE tables use the same apron I thought I'd make it

    available as a download.  The Data East embossed chrome logo is actually modelled and is a separate object so it can be removed if you

    want.  The Data East logo is also in the texture map so you don't technically need the embossed text.  You can edit the apron texture

    map to insert your own graphics.  The instruction cards are separate objects making it really easy to apply new maps for other cards.

    The plunger cover is a separate object in the event you want to use a different one in combination with the apron.

     

     

    The apron object is around 8k triangulated faces,  with all it's objects it's around 10k, so I recommend rendering the apron static.

    Also be aware that the apron textures included are 4096x2048 HD, which is really oversized for what you should use on a VP table for this.

    I did this to make it easier for you to work with the files and preserve quality.  The textures are to the power of 2 and can be downsized

    accordingly,  ex. 2048x1024 is probably good,  I wouldn't recommend going any lower than 1024x512.

    Installation:

    -Open destination table, from same instance (exe) of VP also open the apron template table.

    -Select all desired apron objs

    -Edit-> copy - Edit -> paste to destination table

    -Import texture maps.

     

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       Dark 
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      http://vpinball.com/VPBdownloads/data-east-apron-3d-template-by-dark/

      I made this Data East Apron for Batman (DE) and Jurassic Park (DE) and since many DE tables use the same apron I thought I’d make it

      available as a download.  The Data East embossed chrome logo is actually modelled and is a separate object so it can be removed if you

      want.  The Data East logo is also in the texture map so you don’t technically need the embossed text.  You can edit the apron texture

      map to insert your own graphics.  The instruction cards are separate objects making it really easy to apply new maps for other cards.

      The plunger cover is a separate object in the event you want to use a different one in combination with the apron.

       

       

      The apron object is around 8k triangulated faces,  with all it’s objects it’s around 10k, so I recommend rendering the apron static.

      Also be aware that the apron textures included are 4096×2048 HD, which is really oversized for what you should use on a VP table for this.

      I did this to make it easier for you to work with the files and preserve quality.  The textures are to the power of 2 and can be downsized

      accordingly,  ex. 2048×1024 is probably good,  I wouldn’t recommend going any lower than 1024×512.

      3dcreation


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      #51528
       randr 
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      Great apron dark thanks for uploading!

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       Dark 
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      Thanks for hosting it randr.

       

      Knorr made the Stern apron, now I’ve provided the Bally/Williams and Data East ones, I’ll make the gottlieb one available from Tee’d off at some point too and that should have the basics covered.

      I’m not 100% but I think the texture for DE one could be modified to work for the Sega apron’s as well.

      3dcreation

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       BorgDog 
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      Thanks for hosting it randr. Knorr made the Stern apron, now I’ve provided the Bally/Williams and Data East ones, I’ll make the gottlieb one available from Tee’d off at some point too and that should have the basics covered. I’m not 100% but I think the texture for DE one could be modified to work for the Sega apron’s as well.

      Nice work Dark, great as always.

      any chance I could beg a Gottlieb late em/system 1 apron out of you? I can get all the photos/measurements you could want.  I know no more requests   :cry:


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       Pinbolt 
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      perfect.

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       Dark 
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      Thanks for hosting it randr. Knorr made the Stern apron, now I’ve provided the Bally/Williams and Data East ones, I’ll make the gottlieb one available from Tee’d off at some point too and that should have the basics covered. I’m not 100% but I think the texture for DE one could be modified to work for the Sega apron’s as well.

      Nice work Dark, great as always. any chance I could beg a Gottlieb late em/system 1 apron out of you? I can get all the photos/measurements you could want. I know no more requests :cry:

      @borgdog  because this could potentially be so widely applicable I’d like to do it but I really can’t promise anything.  Maybe send me resources and see what happens.

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      @borgdog because this could potentially be so widely applicable I’d like to do it but I really can’t promise anything. Maybe send me resources and see what happens.

      message sent

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       ninuzzu 
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      Beautiful! Tommy needs it, thank you @dark :D


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