Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 7' started by Scuderia Paul, Oct 4, 2014.
Here's my own Bugatti Legendary Car Dealership:
Here is my latest piece. It was originally intended as part of Maserati Project which I am doing to celebrate Maserati's 100th anniversary. But @masterrugalm gave the idea of having GT Museum back in GT7.
It has gone through a complete rebuild for GT7 to comply with what works with a controller. I do not make anything which fails a proof of concept.
GRAN TURISMO MUSEUM - LINEAR TIMELINE
@Harsk100, if GT7 had that collection of Bugattis then I would be ecstatic.
A huge thumbs-up to everybody contributing to this thread. I did not expect such a response.
I updated my "Go Race" and "Home Page" menus a bit.
For the home page; I switched the banner to the bottom and added the "License Center" & "Online" options.
EDIT: I just want to add in what I think the GT7 career mode should be like. To continue the them of mixing the classic and modern stuff together; I think GT7 should have a mix of events & challenges from the previous GT titles with some new stuff. To continue on, as you progress further down in the classes; the more difficult the events will be. The AI will get faster and more aggressive. Though, beginners can have the difficulty dialed down if they're not ready to handle the more difficult challenges.
The other options displayed in "Go Race" are there simply because I just didn't like how PD separated the special events and other types of challenges from the main races. It just seemed a bit sloppy and annoying to me that I had to scroll or go to a different menu to access the special events. So yeah, the "Rally Events" are their own thing again like in GT2 & GT3 as well as the Endurance events, special events, and missions.
I think I might show the "One-Make" race and "Rally Event" menus next.
My new Bugatti Legendary Dealership, Part 2!
In Bugatti's main Dealership, there's a tweak which has been done:
Used car dealership is now red because there are no Bugatti's of second hand in sale. Therefore, the used dealership has been replaced by red block.
Here's my "One-Make" menus.
Um, if you're wondering why I didn't use Sonoma's logo and Infineon instead. It wasn't only because I didn't feel like using the Sonoma logo (though I hate the new track name honestly), it's also because I was simply here using logos that I copy/pasted from an article of the GTPlanet news page since it was already vectored.
Could you make more Ford dealerships montages,please? I would like to see more cars in Ford Dealership montages.
By the way, there is one more montage of Bugatti Legendary Dealership Part 3 (in progress. More Bugatti legendary cars are coming soon)
I think you should use Sonoma Raceway logo instead of Infineon Raceway's one as that is what it's called nowadays.
I would, but I'm still trying to locate to high quality car renders to use for my car thumbnails. I also want to work on tidying up the first page a bit. I'll see what I can do this week.
I'll do it later, I just didn't feel like switching the the Sonoma logo at the moment.
OK. I'm also working in a Part 3 of my Brand New Car Toyota Dealership. It should be up tommorrow.
I actually finally found a wallpaper that has a few good renders of cars that'll do nicely for GT7 car showcases. Now I just need to see if there's vectors of the PS4 buttons out there.
I'll work on some UI bits after exams, so a month away from now.
The waiting bites Or I'll just jump the gun when I'm not studying
Here's the part 3 of my New Car Toyota Dealership!
Here's my new Toyota Used car Dealership with a little bit of GT2 style. The Used Car Dealership consists in cars from 70's to 10's. Standard cars from PS2 cars in this Used Car Dealership.
Race select screen. GT3 inspired, as I thought that game did it best.
I'm doing an Toyota Legendary Car Dealership: Part 1. Legendary Car Dealership is an dealership between the legends.
Here's the Toyota Legendary Car Dealership: Part 1
Warning: The images of Toyota 7 and Minolta 88 C-V are realistic because they're standards in GT6. 2000 GT is from GT6 because this car is premium.
A correciton was made for Minolta 88 C-V: Actually in GT6 it is listed as 1989 but the year is wrong. This car is actually 1988.
Here's a tweaked version of my GT7 car dealer design, along with 2 additional pages. Thanks to a bit more google image searching, I found the Forza Horizon 2 wallpaper I was looking for. I used the renders on the FH2 wallpaper for the car display as well as the GT6 images since the details of both car model types are so similar. It also shows a bit of what cars I hope to be in Gran Turismo 7.
Anyway, as I said before; my vision of GT7 is that the standard PS2 cars are officially gone from the gameplay. They'll either be archived as a museum piece or be dumped entirely. I figured that PD could take some of the improved standards are just work on fixing those up their full graphical capabilities.
I'm going to also update this later on since I left out a few cars.
That looks awesome. What program did you use?
Thanks @All Your Base. I do everything in Photoshop CS6.
Nice pictures! I'll improve them later. I started to work with Toyota Legendary car Dealership: Part 2 with a image of Toyota Celica GT-4 (ST185) Road Car.
For some fords:
This '67 race car is recognized just "Mark IV Race Car'67";
RS200 Rally Car isn't 1985 and it is from 1986. So, it should be: "RS200 Group B rally Car'86".
Well, don't you want the PS2 standard cars in your Ford Dealership, right? Is because in my dealerships, I always keep the standard cars.
Anyways, how did you manage to get these miniatures of cars of your montage?
Uh huh, it is a Mark IV, a Mark 4 of the Ford GT40. I've seen it referred on various webpages as a GT40 still and that's what I'm going to refer it by.
I've already said it above my previous post, but I'll repeat myself again. I simply took screenshots of the GT6 Ford dealership and downloaded a Forza Horizon 2 wallpaper to get the car renders. I then copy/pasted them onto the picture and erased their original backgrounds.
OK. Toyota Legendary Car Dealership part 2 should be up today!
I suffered a little setback but the Part 2 of Legendary Car Dealership of Toyota is officially here!
Celica Turbo 4WD rally car in GT6 is standard but it will have several choices. '93 to be putted later.
Corolla WRC in GT6 is also standard but it has to be converted to premium! It will have 3 number choices: #5 by Carlos Sainz, #6 by Didier Auriol and #9 in RACC by Auriol. Base Models and '97/'99 versions to be added later.
Celica GT-Four Rally Car'95 is premium but unfortunately, it has lack of driver names and the plate is wrong. So, it will have 3 driver choices of the car: Auriol, Kankkunen and Schwarz. There are also '94 and '96 versions in WRC but they will be putted later.
For Marlboro, in 1992, it will have a few driver choices like Sainz. Same for ST165. Base models to be added later.
This might be stupid question, but are you going to do any other menus than dealerships. I'd like to see what your event menu would look like.
Yes, I will.
Heres my Dealership Concept, using my own concept car
Dealership or Tuning Shop music samples? Yey or Ney?
For the dealership I guess it would be ok but maybe a bit too active. Something maybe a bit more chilled.
Or more of UK Garage Type
This would nice for the dealership and tune shop I rate
I'm conflicted with music right now
UPDATE: Added Information text and directory in upper right hand corner. Also with the paint selection screen with the car in racing green.
I made a BMW dealership menu. Like the Ford dealers, there's only premium cars including the e46 M3 that people want. I'll have the other 2 pages completed later on today possibly. I also want to make a page for showing what happens when you select a car to purchase, but I don't know where to start with that.
The M3's seem very cheap XD