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    Sea Ray is an underwater themed two player Bally table from the early 70's.  It features a zig-zag lane for triggering various bonuses, a side bonus scoring lane and some center and side drain inducing mushrooms that sit just above the flippers.

    This zip file includes the VP 10.5 table, a B2S backglass and a wheel image for your frontend.  All the artwork for the table, plastics and backglass were hand-drawn by me in Inkscape. Bord did a great job in creating primitives as well as lighting masks in Blender.  Thanks also to kds70 for beta testing the table.

    Enjoy!

    Scottacus

    Fixed a problem with the uppermost plastics

    1.0.3.8

    Fixed some screw issues in the roll over lanes (thanks Haunt)

    Fixed a material issue with the left wall and its interaction with the lighting (thanks BorgDog)

    This topic contains 29 replies, has 15 voices, and was last updated by  dno66 3 months, 1 week ago.

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       Scottacus 
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      Sea Ray is an underwater themed two player Bally table from the early 70's.  It features a zig-zag lane for triggering various bonuses, a side bonus scoring lane and some center and side drain inducing mushrooms that sit just above the flippers.

      This zip file includes the VP 10.5 table, a B2S backglass and a wheel image for your frontend.  All the artwork for the table, plastics and backglass were hand-drawn by me in Inkscape. Bord did a great job in creating primitives as well as lighting masks in Blender.  Thanks also to kds70 for beta testing the table.

      Enjoy!

      Scottacus

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       Scottacus 
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      I forgot to mention that this table has an option menu that can be accessed in standby mode by holding down the left flipper button.  In this menu you can select 3 or 5 balls, replay or extra-ball modes, ball shadows on/off, free or coin play and chime unit on/off.  The chime unit setting is just for those who have an actual chime unit installed on their cab.  This will allow you to use full DOF with or without the chime.  I put this in there for night time play since my chime unit is so loud it can be heard through the floor…


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       bord 
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      This will allow you to use full DOF with or without the chime. I put this in there for night time play since my chime unit is so loud it can be heard through the floor…

      Haha. That would be my house, too.


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       randr 
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      Have I mentioned I like chimes!?

      Thanks for yet another true classic pinball for my cab.  :good:

      We need a POP front end signature!!! Or no?


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       Thalamus 
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      Thank you very much Scott with helpers for this wonderful table. I really like the physics update to Capersville and this table. Good stuff !


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       kds70 
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      Thanks for this EM´s – first capersville and now this table. They went to my alltime favourite EM list  :good:

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       Ben Logan2 
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      Super nice looking, Scottacus!

      Just read this: “All the artwork for the table, plastics and backglass were hand-drawn by me in Inkscape”

      Wow — came out great.

      #83659
       Ben Logan2 
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      Thanks to Bord, too! You guys are Bally gurus.


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       Drybonz 
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      Looks great.  I love Bally tables.  Thanks.

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       Scottacus 
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      It’s funny the things you miss after working on a project for a couple of months.  I flipped open my laptop this morning and was looking at the tables on the forum main page as they flip from one to another.  I was looking at Sea Ray and I thought “no that can’t be” so I opened up the download page and the rubber and posts just under the rubber wheel were out there flying in the breeze with no plastic over them.  Arg!

      Redrew the plastic in inkscape and remade the playfield plastic and its acylic overlay in vp to project it on so not it looks right.


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       Thalamus 
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      LOL. Happy to hear it is not only me that make that kind of mistakes. Doesn’t help how long you stare. Only by taking a break or letting someone else having a look helps.

      Thanks for the update though – didn’t have time to play it yesterday.


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       HauntFreaks 
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      you guys killed it!!… awesome


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       Micronaut 
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      excellent,very nice table


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       randr 
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      Fixed screenshot “set as thumbnail” so it shows larger and that puts it on front page. GREAT table i need to get this on cab over weekend just playing on desktop since release.

      We need a POP front end signature!!! Or no?


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       HauntFreaks 
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      found one thing…. the top lane guides are to low and the posts are popping out the top….
      set the lane guides to Z = 37       and copy a screw from the rubber wheel set it to Z = 53

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       Slydog43 
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      I kinda hate when others say what I’m about to say, but I was playing this and capersville last night (both great tables) and kept thinking I wish we had a 4-million BC game that looked and played this good.  Hopefully someday.   Great job on these tables

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       Scottacus 
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      That would be a great table to make, the problem is the artwork.  For example, there were no scans that I could find of this table so I found a guy who had the machine and asked him take overlapping photos of the playfield and plastics.  I’m not a graphics guru like Haunt so it took me a very long time to hand draw the art for this table in vector format from the stitched together photos.  I like pointy people art for two reasons, I think it looks great and it’s easy to draw.  I’m pretty sure that 4 Million BC is out of my league.  I’d love to make it if I could find the art!

       

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       Drybonz 
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      Quite a while back I had started a redraw for 4 million BC (I think that was the one… with the cave men, dinosaur and zipper flippers)… but realized just after I had started that the available resources were too bad to even accurately draw.    :-(

      #83766
       Scottacus 
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      There is a really cool looking Bally table that I’d like to do that would not be too bad to hand draw called “The Wiggler.”  If anyone has any info on the game I’d love to hear about it.  I started a link about it here  https://vpinball.com/forums/topic/the-wiggler-bally-1967/


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       Mark70 
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      Thanks for another great table, and for sharing your work.


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