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Old 03-09-2019, 10:14 AM   #1
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Stadium request

I was looking at silvam14 tutorials (thanks for doing those) , but 3d stadium making is way out of my league. I would like to have maybe two simple college type stadiums. One with seating 500-1000 and another maybe 1000-1500, if not that is totally fine. I would like to be able to go in and maybe modify colors, but again, if not that is totally fine. I figured out how to modify colors and logos to the generic default minor league stadium. Here is an example of just playing around with the Campbell Camels. Thanks guys!
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check this out....
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I have some of these, but I'm looking for some smaller parks. A lot of the smaller mid major schools have small parks, some seat no more than 500-1000 people. I did dig around and found a few parks from the Inventory of 3D Ballparks by Silvam14 and Adion. I can make some of those work.

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ahhh....gotcha. sorry thats all i got for help!
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Based on my numbers; there are 110 College stadiums with capacities less then 1000. Note that Campbell Universities Jim Perry Stadium does not fit this definition because of recent expansion brought the capacity to 1250.

They are rather easy to do because, generally, they do not have as much detail as larger stadiums. I do best when I have a real stadium to build. I am not good with fictional. Maybe it is lack of imagination, but it is a limitation I have.

Stadiums can be customized with some photoshop work. Just go into the texture folder and change colors, add logos, and more as long as the image keeps the same format and size.

Here is Campbell's Jim Perry Stadium.

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If there are other specific stadiums/colleges that you would like please let me know. I have been focusing on large universities because I thought those would bring the most interest, but if some desires something specific I can do my best to oblige.

College - Campbell
Stadium - Jim Perry Stadium
Lat - 35.41049
Long - -78.73546
Capacity - 1250
LL - 337
LF - 350
LC - 368
CF - 395
RC - 375
RF - 340
RL - 328
LL - 8
LF - 8
LC - 8
CF - 12
RC - 8
RF - 8
RL - 8
LHB - 1.033
RHB - 0.978
2B - 1.084
3B - 1.004
HR LHB - 1.043
HR RHB - 1.008
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Here is one of the smallest ballparks in College Baseball. Iona plays their home games at City Park in New Rochelle, NY. It looks like it actually seats about 50 people in it's two 3 row bleachers. I think their highest attendance last year was a game against Marist (237). I am assuming their was a lot of standing or lawn chairs brought from home.

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College - Iona
Stadium - City Park
Lat - 40.93044
Long - -73.770725
Capacity - 250
LL - 350
LF - 355
LC - 380
CF - 390
RC - 380
RF - 355
RL - 340
LL - 6
LF - 6
LC - 6
CF - 6
RC - 6
RF - 6
RL - 6
LHB - 0.960
RHB - 0.912
2B - 1.122
3B - 1.091
HR LHB - 0.933
HR RHB - 0.934
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