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WIP Beta released 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter Update 0.9.1

Discussion in 'Land' started by Goosah, Jun 24, 2014.

  1. Occam's Razer

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    Are you using some kind of rule of thirds tool for these screens? If so, the tool is still visible.

    Not that I'm complaining, it's kind of awesome that you're putting that much work into even the update screens.
     
  2. Goosah

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    Yes it has a completely unique jbeam (not just nodes moved to fit). I started with the hatch jbeam, but its been completely revamped, there is really nothing left of the hatch other than naming conventions.

    I get this bug when taking high res screens in windowed mode. In full screen mode it's even more wacky. Not sure what the cause is.
     
  3. Mopower77

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    Oh wonderful,I must have missed that in your frequent updates. And thanks for letting us know what you're doing step by step. It's very interesting to see the build process.
     
  4. Goosah

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    Updated first post with my first Beta release.

    Latest progress:

    Finished the wheel/tire textures with an ao bake as well as normal mapped tread (borrowed from Mythbusters Cadillac, with permission!).

    Light and Glass textures with damage

    All props and lights are functional

    The jbeam has been improved with a steering column beam with reference nodes to keep the steering wheel prop where it belongs, in your face, during a major collision.

    Anti-spikiness nodes have been added to keep things from going too crazy with the seats.
     
  5. farcar

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    Thanks for this. Just had a quick spin and really like it.
    The model looks great, crashes well, handles how I'd expect and is suitably slow
    Really high quality and a great car for BeamNG.

    Thanks again!
     
  6. B25Mitch

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    From what I can tell so far, this is a quality mod. It's very easy to control, and braking times and cornering forces are all realistic. I noticed while it was on its roof that lock-to-lock steering causes a lot of wheel vibration - this could probably be fixed with a damping beam without affecting the handling. You may have this planned already, but the underbody would also benefit from some normal-mapped detail as per gabester's technique. This is pretty much a must-have mod though, well done!
     
  7. Wheelie

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    Just tested. What an awesome job you've done- your months of hard work seriously paid off!! :D
     
  8. Dc5R

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    Really nice Goosah , gotta love classics:)
     
  9. SoHigh00

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    Oh man where should I begin? This mod is just gold. I love everything about this car. It's really fun to cruise around with. And especially because of the low speeds, a bad controller driver like me can finally explore a map without resetting the car every corner ^^. Really easy to drive, fun and sturdy car. I konw this car would probably kill me irl, but here it's just a pleasure to drive. I love how the suspension turned out, giving it that boaty feel because of its weight and the leafsprings on the rear. It's really a joy to take a corner with it and see all that metal leaning towards the ground. It's also really fun in demolition derbies because of its sturdyness and great looking deformation. Overall the car looks gorgeous. Really love how the panelgaps turned out. It's not as jaggedy as even some of the original cars are, so kuddos to that :) Can't wait for the upcoming texturework on the interior and of course I hope to see that real life drift build of your real car some day ^^ Anyways thank you for this wonderful car...and sorry for the long text and my drooling :)
     
  10. trabant11

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    I' m just fucking love how the suspension handles the bumps, and shaking all over ...thats one nice qualty mod
     
  11. FreakyDeakyDutch

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    This is great! Almost wants to make me complete my car too, until I realize how hard JBeaming is.
     
  12. MultiGamerClub

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    It's realesed, but wheres the download link=?

    edit: lol, didnt see it xD.
     
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  13. gamingthrou

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    What happened today:
    Saw "Beta released" on my iPad
    Typed this
    Threw my iPad
    Did what I said before
     
  14. XManic1995

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    Omg this love classics ;)
     
  15. goldzatfig

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT! It's so charismatic! It handles just as I thought it would! You haven't made it too slow, it's very high detail on the outside and did I mention it handles amazingly? Wow! I look forward to your other cars! Thanks a lot.
     
  16. Craftworth

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    Very nice little car and interesting drive it :)
     
  17. Flexiny

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    I was bored and then I made trailer video of this car. :D
     
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  18. FilsFilms

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    2 bright overlays 4 me
     
  19. Again_Dejavu

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    Re: 1969 Toyota Corolla Sprinter

    You probably already know this, but the car doesn't have a driveshaft.
     
  20. MrAngry

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    I cannot check right now but I was pretty sure mine had one (?)
     
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