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Old 11.10.2014, 00:58   #1
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[SA][WIP] 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

Hi guys.

This would be my first convertion and maybe the only one.

I took the model from Forza Motorsport 4 and add some parts from scratch. Now i'm trying to finish the IVFT adaptation. Actually i'm having problems with the tailights since break and rear turn lights are the same so i can't figure out how make them light up at the same time or separately (so if you have any suggetions or tips, are welcome)...Once i could end that, the rest of the features will be quite easy (i hope that).

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Old 11.10.2014, 08:15   #2
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Looks beautiful man, really good work! Did you model an engine already?

For your problem: I don't know if IVFT works the same way, so I might aswell be wrong, but in GTA IV, if you don't pick any lights as the rear turn lights, the game will take the brake lights automatically as the turn lights. Not 100% sure on that though, maybe it also takes the taillights then, which would probably be a problem aswell.
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Old 11.10.2014, 21:27   #3
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Well, thank you for your comments.
I think in GTA SA is not the same way. With IVFT you have to asign one material to each light poly so you can't have two light effects in only one.
Actually i'm trying to figure this out by looking into other's convertions because many of them have made it succesfully. Although i have been able to take a look at them with Zmodeler, see the polys and textures and copy the technique, i couldn't get the same effect..
I'll keep trying anyway.
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Old 13.10.2014, 04:38   #4
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Oh, and i forgot to answer you, i took the engine from Juiced II and adapt it to the car. I will upload pictures soon.
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Old 13.10.2014, 12:13   #5
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By the way guys, what scratches textures do you prefer? The original ones from Forza that makes the car fully scratched or a custom ones that make slight scratches just in some parts of the damage parts?

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Old 24.10.2014, 04:58   #6
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As i promised, here are a couple of pictures of the engine.
By the way, what do you think about the grunge textures? Do you prefer it with or without them?

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