Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by ChiefWiggum, May 18, 2020.
such an engine !
That is looking awesome!
I can't wrap my head around the fact this was new in 1975. Seems like it should have been competing against the 917s and 512s.
Little Art and the Gorilla of Monza.....
now it's enough, I think the Engine and Suspension is finished.......
I think those side fins should continue up to the headlights, shouldn't they ?
Looking awesome. Will the hood come up in the showroom so we can appreciate all the fancy bits?
the plan is when you crash then you will loose the hood
crash? moi? wow look at all those pretty bits!
I'm not an expert, but I'm thinking mantasisg might be right with this, in a few pictures that I've seen. If anything, it just needs to be a little bit more defined.
But it is looking fantastic!
All those details like that are what people describe as "god is in the details". Also all that stuff increases difficulty of modeling by great amount. Personally I am fine with more simple approach, physics is what captures me, it has to have good physics.
Hi Andy hope you can make one day the Alfa Tipo 33 -3 which is a bit smaller . But thanks for the Tipo 33-12 in advance . Cant wait to drive it in RF2
slowly it takes shape......
Love all those "go fast" stickers, Chief
Is it safe to assume you have sound clips for the car? *wink*
first check in Game, tires on the wrong position
That's a Tyrrell right?
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