Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by klaasvh, Mar 14, 2017.
This is looking really good guys. Looking forward to it.
Lotus 48 3d model is finished
I can´t see the car :-(
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Also, wow! More historic in rF2 can NEVER go wrong. Thanks guys for making this. Looking forward to testing them when done, wohoo.
Should be working now. Thanks for telling!
Beauty!!! Oh man, great work.
Outstanding model Klaas!
Texturing of the other cars is also progressing well, here's some shots of the McLaren interior:
You guys are producing some seriously outstanding work. Fantastic.
Fantastic work guys. It would be outstanding if S397 could aquire the lisences (including the Matra) for those cars and offer it as a DLC with some way to give you guys some financial return for your efforts. However this turns out, I am really looking forward to driving those beauties.
Looking great! Cant wait
Good job so far guys! looking forward to this
Can't add anything that hasn't been said other than incouragment!
Can't wait to drive these cars
Beautiful 48 model there Klaas. Really happy to hear things are going well with this. Good stuff guys.
nobody post that
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"Work in progress of a very different McLaren for @rFactor2, the short lived M4B Model by @klaasvh"
Any news from the ...dream team?
Not much to show at the moment. The Lotus 48 is now in game but needs more texture work before we can show it to you. Our intention now is to get the F1 M4b release ready as soon as possible.
Sadly very difficult to find the correct dimensions of tires, I think....
Would there be any luck at SRMZ or with contact with other good modelers making period-material? At RaceDepartment there are stereo and A3DR, and here we have Sergio Loro with his endless references.
I've looked thru my ferrari stuff and found these specs http://formula1.ferrari.com/en/dino-166-f2/. Also found this blueprint for the 68 car https://primotipo.com/2014/07/09/temporada-f2-series-argentina-san-juan-1968/. Finally, looking for size descriptions from the first link I found this PDF http://www.vintagetyres.com/graphics/cms/1985-vts.pdf. Under the Dunlop racing tires there's a tire that might match the rear size. No way to be sure if any of this is exactly what you guys need but I hope it's at least a little help.
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