Intel i5-2450m @ 2.50GHz | Intel HD Graphics 3000 | 4GB RAM | Windows 7 64 Bit
modelling some equipment.
Yes Dennis W, I did learn mah lessin.
Not making anything, just raping Blender-CryEngine tutorials.DODGE Charger, Nadeox1, and most pople who got their stuff in game, I respect you greatly, you all have the skill and patience to properly get things in-game at a time when RoR is very advanced, people who only have models and nothing else, here is your Ideal thread:
Otherwise, get a' learnin' to get anything in-game.Don't make the same mistakes I made,don't get caught up with the model if you want to get something in-game.
Being German does not a good car make.
Based on Burnside NB.
Only the Frame, Took me a while to UV map it, but it worth it. AO Baked and textured (may add some more details to the texture)
Modelled the hood and the fenders so far, not yet ready to show.
Ladies and GentleMen, i present you BMW E36 M3
Your current mesh work looks really promising, I hope that it will be that good that it will get the same honors as Hemiboys Ford Falcon
How NOT to post: Ignore Google, FAQ & Forum search / Open dozens of threads in the wrong subforums with titles like "HELP!!!???" / Don't care about grammar and spelling / What's punctuation and why use upper and lower cases?
Core i5 3570K 4,2Ghz @ 1,15V - custom liquid cooling system - Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H - 2x4Gb G.Skill DDR3 2400 - AMD Radeon HD 7870 Ghz Edition - FSP Aurum 400W PSU - Logitech G27 | Sysprofile
Volkswagen T3 Syncro (new) | Chevy G20
Increase your FPS with faster RAM!
Working on a 1972 Chevrolet Corvette. It is in very early WIP. I am still getting used to Blender
Video Server Setup Tutorials
Specs! 999MHz Pentium III X2 | 512 MB PC100 | 160 GB IDE HDD | Turbolink ATX-350 PSU
Who can guess the car?