A lot of the cars features are borrowed from other cars that I’ve made in the past, like the steeringwheel and pedals. There’s also some new stuff like emergency lights (which I sadly never came to in the video) and full third person view with zoom.
Time for the list of shit this Jeep can do.
-It can pull 1.2 tons of stone,
-It can pull 8.1 tons of trailer,
-Topspeed is about 62 KM/h,
I’m not sure if I’m going to release it. I usually just make my cars and film them, then enjoy them for a while. In all honesty, I would release some of my cars if people wouldn’t blatantly steal them and tell their friends that they made them. I’ve seen it happening with other peoples vehicle before. If I do release it at some point, it’ll probably have a permanent watermark on the side of it to stop that. And glad to hear you like it. Took quite a lot of time to make.
Thanks, and yeah. The rear was a lot more messy originally but I smoothened it out as much as possible while still keeping the proplimit low. If I had to make the small details to smoothen it, it would quickly add up to about 10 props.
Quite possibly one of the most detailed vehicles I’ve seen someone produce. Especially with the steering wheel turning. I’d personally like to try this out, but I understand your fear of people stealing your shit. I’ve already seen my Humvee going around and people saying they made it, hence I don’t like to release my vehicles much anymore.
Mind sharing how exactly you made it lag-free while still being able to use accurate axles and turning radius? I know parenting a lot of times makes this impossible.
I’ve seen it in action, and I must admit that I’ve never experienced similar… it does have some offroad
flaws, but when you look at everything else put into it it just fades into nothingness. I am in AWE Jackpody.
PS. my beetle handles better offroad, but can’t even begin to compare in anything else.
I’m not entirely sure what you’re trying to say. It’s a ton of PHX props parented to a gate. Then the gate welded and parented to a chassis of 2 props. One rather big prop below and a thinner one above. The below one is for the ropes that holds the wheels and ballsockets, the upper one is to hold elastics / hydraulics, depending on what sort of suspension stiffness and springyness I want. Also nice Humvee, I remember seeing it on GMod.org.
It’s a very simple wishbone suspension using elastics to keep it springy but still sort of soft. I normally use hydraulics as they tend have another sort of springyness but elastics worked very nicely for this one. MakeSpherical also liked the wheel prop, seems to have 80% of the sphere on the outside and 20% on the inside. It does make it haver a larger contact radius outside the actual wheel but it keeps it stable when turning.
And I thought my narrating in this one was horrible. I was having a cold when I recorded the lines for it so it sounded sort of forced (you could hear it when I was talking about the headlights and taillights, very rough).
Hah, thanks. And yeah, it does have its flaws when it comes to the actual offroading. It’s especially the fact that Wheel2 collision box hits terrain outside the wheels model that it never should have hit. It’s also sort of light-weight (1.2 tons) so grip can be a problem too. It doesn’t seem bad in terrain though, if you drive it in regular terrain like gm_buttes’, it’s just fine and dandy. And I love your beetle, I still want to put my dick in your fancy speedometers and tachometers.
I actually noticed the wheel wobblyness it had, never thought it would come handy though haha. It’s dupe rape from adv_dupe1, spawning it with adv_dupe2 and there’s none. Oh well, forgot about that when I was shooting the video.
Ballsocketing the wheels at -180/180,-0.1/0.1,-0.1/0.1 and hten doing the same ballsockets with the -0.1/0.1 reversed to 0.1/-0.1 seems to help. Ballsocketing the wheels together also helps, as the natural inward sag due to the ballsocket tolerances is compensated for by the other wheel.
Oh thanks and about that, the wheels do look sort of lonely and in need of some axle. Actually I realized something right now. The suspension is not even there on my pictures. the hell, is that the camera tool making the ropes invisible?