After 3 months i have to stop my blog. After nearly 5 Years of working on track creations, i have to quit because of serious health problems. That's one reason why i've created this blog. I've just wanted to help beginners with some tutorials or tips and start my personal archive of onboard laps of all the tracks ive made during the last couple of years. Since i've posted the San Jose onboard lap i received nearly 20 email with accusations and a lot of threats.
I have to say the plan was to release the tracks with 2d help from 6e66o. I was abused as a robber who used textures of other authors. Yes it's true, but i never released or sold tracks with content of other people, and as i said the plan was to release the tracks with the help from 6e66o. He should replace the textures i used from SLN or VirtuaLM for example. Also i was accused of used 3d work of IDT's first San Jose Track. All i can say watch here:
I made this track in 2007 so my quality is way better today, but you can see its 100% different + I never had IDTs San jose. A friend send me a link from f1 classics forum a few days ago, thats why i show you those screens incl. 1 wireframe screen.
Also my Yas Marina beta track which was made for a commercial project and provided exclusive for the final round in VRRC League, was leaked with no respect! I've decided to stop my blog (But you can still read the recent content) because i don't believe it's worth it! I still get emails with attacks....so, byebye community!
Thanks to all who like my work and supported me!
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
This time i will show you again a very helpful tool. You will find it in the "Modifier List". It's called Vertex Paint. With this tool you can paint on a mesh. Click on "Vertex Color Display - Shaded" and then on paint:
You can also choose size, opacity and color
I use it mostly on Grandstands with a roof. So i will paint the part of the grandstand under the roof dark inclusive the people who sitting there.
You can use it everywhere. On the pic you can see that i used it on the grandstand, peoples, seats and the little "building" on the left.
You may have to cut in some new edges because the color adapts to the edges.
Just test it!
If you have any questions or wishes, please mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or comment here!