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Discussion in 'Need For Speed' started by GT_Saint, Nov 7, 2017.
Vintage, sort of Steampunk look for my Roadster
Like the retro-looking filter you used for the shot too ^^
I haven't finished adding all of the decals yet - probably add some sponsor decals on the hood and my personal logo on the back glass in the future, but I wanted to show off my 'Cuda. I tried to make an original design that still incorporated elements from the original Plymouth livery. Feels like it has a 1970's Hotwheels vibe as well, wouldn't you agree?
I've never been a huge 'Cuda fan or Mopar in general, but I'm really liking this car as a Runner.
I'm having trouble coming up with an original license plate name though - any suggestions?
^^ My fav runner shows "C4TCHME" not so original, but hey
P.S.: It looks great I wouldn't add anything else.
^^^ I like it! Thanks
Finally got this to (mostly) work.
The Grip King Is Back In Town
Hi, it's a wonderfully recreated livery but there's a small problem on the license plate: It should Krieger instead of Kreiger
I've been holding off uploading car creations because I was trying to get cinematic tools working. I just can't seem to get it to play nice with Payback and Nvidia Shadowplay. So I'm just going to have to show you pictures taken with the in-game tool.
This is my latest wrap "Heartbreaker."
Here is my mental Aston Martin DB5 off roader dubbed "Improper."
My Diablo drag car dubbed The Midnight:
The final form of my Subaru BRZ:
Lady Luck - She's an Irish-Italian ;-)
.... Also finally got Cinematic Tools working..
The Giulia is just so beautiful I couldn't bring myself to change much of anything. Just added a splitter on the front and a different diffuser and exhaust on the rear.
A two minute super tourer set up
nothing much actually.
Would love an opinion on this
^^^ Interesting choice of wheels and I actually really like it! Is there a way to get rid of the chrome bumper on the back, or else paint it body color? It would just match up with the front better that way, in my humble opinion.
I think there is but I didn't like the style of the bumper which is why I stuck with chrome. It isn't perfect, but I finesse it a little bit to see if there is a better balance. I's have had wires if there were any available, but decided to do a resto mod look.
^^^ I ran into similar bumper issues on the '55 Chevy, only the ones I didn't like were on the front. Interesting little trick if you want an aftermarket bumper but want it to look more original... you can wrap a painted bumper in straight chrome. It's a neat way of creating a resto-mod look.
True. Yet hadn't thought of it. Bit of a brain fart I suppose. Thank you
@cudwieser It's been awhile and I didn't fire up the game to double-check this tonight, but I'm pretty sure that's what I ended up doing with the back bumper on my '55. IIRC this particular back bumper was color-matched by default, but I wrapped it in chrome. I loved the flush mounted look but still wanted to keep the car somewhat original looking.
@CleanCut I'd say job done I'll give the Amazon a tweek at some point, but right now I'm shattered and need to dream a beautiful dream
awesome looking car
Time for a photo dump because I'm sick today and so I've had time to dink around with Cinematic Tools all morning:
It's Mazda time! Not my preference of vehicle or style, but it was fun creating. I like to do wraps featuring looks that I wouldn't drive personally but can appreciate nonetheless.
My latest Runner class goes by the name "Barricade." Betcha can't guess why
My "hero car" for Payback. This is the car I finished the Outlaw's Rush with. (Incidentally it's not my favorite car in the game - that would be the Huracan.)
In "my" version of the story, the Gambler decided to up the ante by providing Tyler the best car possible to win the Outlaw's Rush. Since Marcus Weir is apparently an Aston Martin guy, I figured the Vulcan made sense.
Back_in_town by M-Bimmer, on Flickr
Retro by M-Bimmer, on Flickr
OLED by M-Bimmer, on Flickr
Safari by M-Bimmer, on Flickr
Back_home by M-Bimmer, on Flickr
you must be using gzillas debug for that car