[REL] Lola T70 Spyder

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  1. MaD_King

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    Good job, that's in the details the difference is ;)
    Keep pushing :)
     
  2. CrossPly

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    Not sure about the first issue, a screen perhaps?

    The second one (the bonnet cam clipping), is fixed.

    Thanks! And most definitely agreed.

    On that note, Some1's excellent light flare's:

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  3. dylbie

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    Wow those light flares look amazing! Is it a hard process to do?
     
  4. baked bean

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    Looking mighty fine.
     
  5. P.S.R.

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    Thanks for your response. I will take video next time to help. Regarding bonnet cam clipping what version is current version? I have 0.6.2. Is there a newer version? Thanks again for your attention.
     
  6. CrossPly

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    Now that I've done it, it actually wasn't that hard. I think some1 has done the hard work for us. Like anything though, require good textures to get good results.
    Sorry, when I say "fixed" I mean it's fixed in my version in dev mode and will be included in the next release. 0.6.2 is still the only released version. Thanks for the reports, keep them coming [emoji4]
     
  7. GCCRacer

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    Shaping up to be a very polished historic addition... great work!
     
  8. P.S.R.

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    Makes sense, CrossPly [emoji1][emoji106]
     
  9. Carlo

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    Here's the problem I'm seeing. Is this what you're talking about P.S.R.?

    Road showing through texture ...
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  10. CrossPly

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    hmm from your screenshot do you mean the road on the flat blue surface?

    I think its not so much the road "showing through" the texture but rather the reflection on that surface is showing the road where it should be showing the sky. I'll have a look at it...
     
  11. Lgel

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    +1

    But I didn't want to report because I thought you were aware of it.

    Cheers.
     
  12. CrossPly

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    Oh I was definitely aware of it, but it's a bit if a long standing issue and I think I'd just gotten used to it. Probably time for a revisit.
     
  13. P.S.R.

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    @Carlo

    Bonnet view looking straight ahead, left and right...

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    Also, I am seeing suspension come through at least the right fender in this same view but I don't have a picture of it.
     
  14. Remik

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    Cool car CrossPly :cool: keep up good work !!!
     
  15. Carlo

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    @P.S.R. - never noticed that before, but you're correct. On the other hand, I think bonnet view should be forward looking only (fixed camera).

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    @CrossPly - Now that I looked closer, you're right too ...

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    "the reflection on that surface is showing the road where it should be showing the sky." By the way, I think this mod is incredible and look forward to the update.
     
  16. P.S.R.

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    Why would bonnet view be forward looking only?
     
  17. CrossPly

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    Thanks!

    @P.S.R.

    As mentioned, bonnet cam clip planes have been adjusted and the position moved up and forward slightly to clear the mirror and windscreen. It looks ok for me using look left/right but a free look may still clip in some places.

    @Carlo/Lgel

    Overall reflections have been lowered slightly and specifically in the area you mentioned (plus a few other spots that did not look right to me). Its a bit quick and dirty but this approach makes sense to me as there is a sheet of glass right above that panel, reflections from the sky would be minimal anyway.

    A combined screen showing the changes:

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  18. P.S.R.

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    Ten four CrossPly I was just responding to Carlo
     
  19. samcar304

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    Awesome Job really cant wait for this! The spoiler looks awesome and the front bumper without the headlights looks so sleek! :D Reminds me of the McLaren Can Am cars.
     
  20. MagnusD

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    CrossPly, I am forever in your debt! (Ever since the Howston arrived I dreamt of it being the real deal)
    Thank you so much for putting the correct body on the right chassis! :)

    Keep up the good work!
     

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