Figured I would release a early version of this beast.
It is a 8x8 Oshkosh Hemtt
-Animated windshield wipers
-Animated Gimbal Steering Wheel, and Gauges
-Fully independent suspension
-Realistic weight of 38,800lbs
-Realistic top speed of 58mph
-4 speed transmission
Animated windshield wipers controlled by CTRL+1 for low speed and CTRL+2 for higher speed. Remember to shut off one before starting the other.
After 8 months of being lazy, The Ranger is finally done.
The first mesh I have done and the first truck I have released. Definitely room for improvement, but it is what it is.
There are 2 versions of the truck.
-Stock 4wd version with limited travel
-Prerunner 4wd version with medium travel
Also, FPS friendly versions of each
A massive thanks to box5 for helping me along with this project. Cleaning up my mesh and getting me started with ac3d.
A big thanks to all of the invited and not invited members who have helped me test and improve on this project.
Here is my Tatra 813. I wanted to build my own so I could test my own concepts on it. I think I've spent atleast 2 hours changing numbers in notepad trying to get everything working just like the real thing, and I'm pretty satisfied, I hope you are too.
Anyway... It looks, feels, and performs just like the real thing, even though I can't figure out how to get the diff locks to work, but its no big deal.
There are two trucks included in the zip, there is one with a canvas bed cover and one with just the side rails. In the future I plan to make...
1.)An Offroad Trial Truck (Skin In Progress)
2.)Possibly A 6X6
3.)Fire Truck (Skin In Progress)
5.)Day Cab 8X8 (Two Door)
ERRORS!: There are a few bugs with some of the UV Mapping, the spare tire box, and the cargo canvas UV Mapping are in random locations in the skin. I will fix this sometime later. Also later, I will add flares, emissives, and seats in the cab. Patience is a virtue =).
INSTALLATION: Just put it in your packs folder and off ya go, or you can put it in your vehicles folder, your choice =).
Here is a release of my Toyota landcruiser 75 series.
it works well on land, and once you have got it, please feel free to comment on whats bad and whats good, i know there are a few bugs, like the side lights at the front, one side is not fully supported but, you dont really notice it, and there is a invisible side around the tray for loads, so make sure to lift what ever your going to put in the back high.
the bar, tray and tow bar have there own mounts to the chassis so if you dont like some thing, and you know how to use it, just delete it, but use caution, it may stuff up the submeshing.