I wonder how this was modeled. Some really odd edge flow in certain spots makes me think it wasn't modeled by a person, or they just upped the polycount and the modeling program had to take some liberties.
1975 Dodge Adventurer Sport and 2, count 'em 2, 440 big block V8's. Set. For. Life.
Post by Steam McQueen on Aug 25, 2018 19:10:47 GMT -5
- From the "Steam Community," I am not affiliated . I've known about Steam for years now but I've never really dug into it. It's a gaming site I reckon, here's a '74 Monaco available in 4 different versions ...
I'm not sure if after you download you can dig in there and change the wheels and paint etc.. That's the closest version to a Blumo that I could see. Pretty cool that the gaming interest in the 1974 Dodge Monaco police car just keeps going.
Post by Steam McQueen on Sept 13, 2018 23:04:11 GMT -5
- Monaco mod for Assetto Corsa ...
Assetto Corsa is a sim racing video game developed by the Italian video game developer Kunos Simulazioni. It is designed with an emphasis on a realistic racing experience with support for extensive customization and moddability.
Contents - road version with 18 exciting factory paint colours and 1 that's not - police version with 4 exciting police liveries and 1 that's not - driver wearing a hat
Post by Steam McQueen on Jan 25, 2019 18:45:51 GMT -5
- Well this is excellent !
An explanation in the comments section from the creator ...
Did it all myself. Took a while to make, I had to get each 'pile up' (there were 3 pileups, but I put 2 of them together) recorded within 5 minutes as that's how long the film director records for. I'm actually driving all the cop cars in the pile ups apart from the shots where you can see the normal Dodge Monaco being driven, which is me driving it being followed by the AI. I had to do a glitch 3 times where it makes none of the cars drive away as it shows at the end of the video. Hope at least some of that made sense haha