Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by F1lover, Jan 18, 2012.
The Corvette is looking fabulous, thanks for the screens Tim!
I think, that might be partally due to the fact, that lower part of the body just behind front wheel is not modelled correctly (see, the pictures above).
In real Vette, that part goes towards inside of the body while in ISI's model, it's widened a bit.
Thanks Tim and Merry Christmas!
Tim, I'm sure the community won't mind helping you out on this one lol
First, I would think they maybe modify the car a little season to season as development improves, but we model what we have been given, and was licensed. With the livery run that was licensed.
Second, I am 100% sure that in promo shots they don't run a race setup, go racing speeds, or even have most of the technical staff, including drivers, there to do either of those things.
FYI also, Chevy cars were some of the first licensed (before I joined the company). So this could be a 2009 or 2010 GT2 car we have, while the 2012 version might be a bit different.
I'll post some screens later today, probably this evening. Unfortunately the timing wasn't right to do much else except screenshots.
This shot appears to be from 2009 and shows it looking a lot more like the RF2 version.
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Those in the pictures are GT2, the one in the screenshots is GT2 aswell, so its at least 2010 (first year of the vettes in GT2 class). So they should be almost identical.
So you are aware that I mentioned development and them changing, right?
Not ready for release, but I hope these screenshots look good. It's Malaysia as the track, and will form a part of the 2012 FISI 'carset'.
Marussia-Cosworth MR01. Unedited except for size and painting out the AI logo where I had to.
That looks absolutely stunning. Well done ISI.
boah, speechless i am.
Very nice mate.
Great news today with the Lola`s being released, the news/screens/videos of the vette and the Marussia too which looks amazing.
I wish I hadn`t gone away for Christmas now
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