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Discussion in 'Land' started by BlazeStorm, Jun 12, 2018.
thats too high poly do this instead
Thanks for the tip! looks a lot better now!
Model looks great. What kind of configs would we get when it is ingame?
Looks Cool! Keep it Up!
I can't wait to see progress. Keep it up!
an i3 engine would be nice for this kind of car ^^
Well as of right now I have the stock tunes (I4, I4 Turbo, etc) the Street Tuned, and the van, others may come in the future but I want the stock car to be finished and ingame before any custom tunes and parts.
Thanks so much! New update should be some time this or next week! (if not school got in the way, just started high school recently ,:3)
I agree, Its an idea I had but modeling cars and modeling engines are very diffrent tasks, for right now I'm using the Covet parts as a temp.
Oof, I start school next week
Hey, you have anything new?
No, I've been working on the new mod and also waiting on a friend of mine to do the jbeams on this mod.
Oh nice. I know the new thing your working on, but don't let this die
I already have plans to finish this mod AND start work back up on my Covet Pack from awhile ago
Turbo inline 3? That sounds fun. Maybe superturbo setup like nissan march?
Its not a bump. It hasn't been a month.
but almost. Also, it didn't add anything useful.
Needs a super unrealistic V12 engine with super thin tires.
On a more serious note, I don't recommend having more than 1 project at a time. 2 max, if you can double task and keep up with both. As I learned from the past, having multiple threads with different projects can get overwhelming, as you try to make sure you keep up with both, while making the community that want that specific car happy. Might I recommend sticking to 1 project, finishing it, than when you and everyone else is satisfied, finish/start the next project. It helps me. Also, listen to music while you work... Also helps me. Ok, bye now.
UPDATE for this mod?