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Discussion in 'Land' started by TackyMan, Mar 23, 2017.
I wasnt referring to your car tacky.
Here's what my "jbeam" currently looks like. It's a learning process.
Getting there. A while to go but just got to endure the pain.
Holy crap, I have no clue what even happened
Oh. Oh my
Ouch. Maybe try using the Sunburst as a base.
Did you forget to do control a and do location rotation and scale?
Wow, that looks.. uh.
Might not look like it, but everything is just about set proper. I'm holding up the body, and the stretchy bit is a bumper that's got its groups set wrong.
OOOHHHH ok, that makes a lot more sense
That pic is mostly for fun. It looks way worse than it actually is because I just added part slots without actually giving them proper nodes. I have done most of the body:
It still needs more rigidity, and the doors + bottom need to be redone, but it's coming along, and it's all original!
I switched over from the Sunburst jbeam a while back for various reasons, particularly because in order to make the suspension right, I need to actually learn it instead of copying.
Keep up the good work, it looks nice. I know what all those nodes and beams mean
will u be doing the is200 "crossport"?
on topic: it's nice to see you making progress on this thing again.
if it hasnt been requested:
and a second kit
OH AND ONE FOR WAGON
P.S. feel free to ask me to make any liveries, just supply UV maps and the livery idea and ill get to work
I do really want to do the wagon, but not until after the sedan is released. I think I will try to cut the model in half so that I could just make different rear ends, but I don't know if that'd cause them to look weird when they deform from a crash.
I was thinking to cut on the green line, but IRL they cut on the red one:
Me too. If I can get the suspension + drivetrain, it's basically done, but I also start my job next week. :X
Thanks for the offer. I'll be sure to hit you up once it's ready to go.