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Discussion in 'Land' started by Car_Killer, Jul 18, 2019.
inb4 someone makes an Inbetweeners knockoff version
needs to be called the Hawaii config
Can you use subdivision surface for the mesh? Is that a socially acceptable thing to do?
That’s generally not a good idea in BeamNG, as the quality of crashes is largely based on the uniformity of the vehicle mesh and subsurf distorts the polyflow quite a bit.
+ quality of crash for Sei rn is "spiky" ngl
I think something is missing at this car, but i don't know what.
I like the dashboard. How this thing going?
Dashboard is still a bit modified covet one. I'll work on interior when body will be polished.
Yes! @Ai'Torror is working on suspension jbeam. Rear suspension is autobello now, front will be 200bx.
Body jbeam was okay-ish but we have to update it since it's based on 0.14 Covet.
@Re:Z_IA is helping me with polishing body panels and fixing shading issues, and trying to teach me how to do it
Unfortunately my time for modding was limited by few things too, but I want to come back with Japan Island most likely.
Obviously I will help with awesome Ibishu Aria mod so stay tuned
literally the single answer that i needed ,keep on making this mod great !!!
Could u make an Harlequin Skin???
I used to own a 2002 Seicento with a 1.2 swap, such a fun little car - Really excited to see this make it into the game!
Why not add automatic transmission for this vehicle?
It never came with automatic transmission.
Some version of Seis called "Citymatic" had manual gearbox with automatic clutch. But never real hydrokinetic automatic or manual with automatic shifting (like smart fortwo).
its look so cool i have too in real life seicento 1.1 white color
I love this project and i'm happy to hear you're getting help from the kashira author (the kashira is super good so nothing bad can come off that) I can't wait to see more progress on this!
To be honest, I was helping with Kashira . We working together on our mods
Has Rezia helped out on the Piccolina?
Awesome! Well, I must say you did an awesome job then! And best of luck in both this and the Ibishu Aria! I can't wait to play with them!
I've been helping out a bit with the mesh on the Piccolina, so I wanted to post a quick progress update on it. A lot of stuff clearly isn't finished, but I've spent some time cleaning up the parts that are. The differences are a bit subtle, but if you look closely at the transitions between panels, the door trim, and the pillars, it looks a lot cleaner than before.