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#81   2016-02-02 17:52          
Solstice

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#82   2016-02-02 18:05          
Solstice it is then!
Hopefully, I'll be able to get extra bumpers in.

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#83   2016-02-02 18:23          
But this time do it.

Also, FM4 model has two bodykits (three if you count the FM aero crap).

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#84   2016-02-02 18:30          
The model is good, the proportions will be done properly, I hope this time I'll do it.
also pls don't get mad KeeJay

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#85   2016-02-02 18:55          
Sure :)

Tip (from BB): if you want proper FM model scale, export whole model with wheel, and then scale the model using barrel from Rim Resizer as measure (in proper size).

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#86   2016-02-02 19:15          
Thanks Kee! That's useful!
Well, good luck to me then!

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#87   2016-02-02 19:28          
I usually just use a fixed 93.5% scale, and this works for most cars without making many cars way too big or too small. But yeah, BB's method works too.

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#88   2016-02-02 21:10          
# Facepalm :
  • 1998 Aston Martin V8 Vantage
  • No need to do that ;)

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    #89   2016-02-02 21:23          
    Oh...
    Is it well made though?

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    #90   2016-02-02 21:55          
    # Lagano : No need to do that ;)
    Just because it's already been done it doesn't mean you have to prevent him from doing his own if he wants...

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    #91   2016-02-02 21:58          
    Hahah, Kornis isn't wrong.

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    I have no idea what I'm doing

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    #92   2016-02-02 23:17          
    Hey, nice! You've got it into Max. That's a good first step.

    Materials are going to be important, next. You're going to have to assign paintable materials, as well as headlight and tail light glass, to all of that.

    Do you know how to set those up, or would you like me to walk you through it?

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    #93   2016-02-03 17:32          
    Doing stuff late at night is not helpful at all...
    I don't remember how to assign materials entirely... So yeah, I'd much appreciate it if you could help me :)
    ...
    I need to write this shit down next time...

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    #94   2016-02-03 19:39          
    You could do the Vantage, it's a really nice car, but i think you should focus on the cars that don't exist for SLRR yet.
    You made the Solstice pretty good... not really the car for my taste but still, respect to you man :)

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    #95   2016-02-03 19:43          
    Thanks mate!
    Here's some progress on it. Most stuff have materials assigned!

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    #96   2016-02-03 20:04          
    Modifiers-> Smooth -> Auto smooth

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    #97   2016-02-03 20:06          
    He hasn't really done anything yet except get the car imported into 3DS Max :P

    Okay, so, here's a set of material settings that I use. Do you need help ripping the textures for the Solstice with Forza Studio? If so, I can talk you through that, but it's really simple. (Go to Textures tab -> click the texture you want -> right click -> export as PNG; repeat for all textures you need.)


    EDIT: Oh, whoops. He posted that whole update in the time it took for me to type this up. xD

    But, yes, do smoothing. (I wouldn't recommend auto smoothing. Just put one smoothing group - like group 1 - on everything. Only use auto smooth if it screws up the door seams or something.)

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    #98   2016-02-03 20:30          
    I'll save that tutorial though. Thanks!

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    #99   2016-02-03 20:46          
    Looking good!

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    #100   2016-02-03 20:50          
    Press f9 to render :)

    Looking good in max, i suggest you to clean the model, remove useless parts I mean

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    #101   2016-02-03 20:53          
    I'm pretty sure that this model don't have useless parts, until you call FM aero useless.

    I know, because I exported it.

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    #102   2016-02-03 20:55          
    Whats the stuff between the wheel arches? and the blu thing under the car?

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    #103   2016-02-03 20:58          
    # Robustock : Whats the stuff between the wheel arches? and the blu thing under the car?

    A wheel with no materials applied

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    Also, is a this a direct FM4 rip with LOD0 parts or is this a GTASA rip?
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    #104   2016-02-03 20:59          
    Blu thing? Stock wheel (with blur version, but it's just two parts), and what do you mean by the stuff between arches? FM suspension?

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    #105   2016-02-03 21:03          
    # Jaziba : A wheel with no materials applied

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    Also, is a this a direct FM4 rip with LOD0 parts or is this a GTASA rip?

    Direct FM4 rip with LOD0 parts.
    Also, here's a render :D

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    #106   2016-02-03 21:18          
    Ye forza suspensions

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    #107   2016-02-03 21:27          


    Some renders. I believe I'm nearly done with materials... Hopefully...

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    And because I know you guys crave dem renders, here are some before-bed renders
    dashboard wee

    dat almost finished ass

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    #108   2016-02-04 03:10          
    Nice job!! :RICE:

    My cars *LINK* :D visit it!
    Group in VK! *LINK*

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    #109   2016-02-04 20:28          

    Soooo...
    Is the model too big? The rim is supposed to be 18 Inches wide.

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    #110   2016-02-04 20:39          
    The wheel model that comes with the car doesnt represent the actual size of the car... they both have a different scale.
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    #111   2016-02-04 21:06          
    Thanks Jaziba! Appreciate the help :)

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    #112   2016-02-04 21:49          
    He's Jaziba

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    #113   2016-02-04 21:50          
    Maybe his name is Daniel too
    yes

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    #114   2016-02-04 21:56          
    Woops XD
    I don't know why I got those two mixed up...
    Anyway, here are some renders
    I think I'm 80% done with the materials? I dunno, some need correcting, others need fixing...



    here's some ass

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    #115   2016-02-05 18:24          

    Here's a test import. I'll have to do the bumper lights separately.

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    #116   2016-02-05 18:36          
    gj mate, keep it up :D

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    #117   2016-02-06 08:44          
    # Facepalm : Here's a test import. I'll have to do the bumper lights separately.
    you based this cat at duhen :D
    GJ keep it

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    #118   2016-02-06 20:21          


    Oh look progress!
    Chassis is still a single piece

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    #119   2016-02-06 20:29          
    nice man :D

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    #120   2016-02-06 20:41          
    That's great work. Seriously.

    Move the thing down, though! Move it down like 50 Max units or so - try to get the center of the grid inside the lower part of the cockpit. :P (I used 5 backward (-Y), 55 down (-Z) on the R33.)

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