Road Grime Observed!

Discussion in 'GT6 Photo Mode' started by Hawker4, Dec 7, 2013.

  1. Hawker4

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    So, If you haven't noticed yet, which it came as a surprise to me, but the cars develop road grime through out a race. This was only a two lap race and had the grime on it more towards the end of the second lap. I noticed it on a replay that plays directly after the race and went into photo mode to investigate more. Even the grille gets road grime on it! What? Nice attention to detail PD! Sorry if I am posting this in the wrong place.

    I didn't tweak camera settings on these except for the last one. I only moved the white balance down twice for the last image to help see the road grime better.

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  2. ScotteDawg

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    Good shots.
     
  3. happycorey

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    Are you sure you didn't run into anything?
     
  4. billyJoe

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    haha great was hoping for this
     
  5. Normalaatsra

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    This is not like Race Drover Grid where every jump in San Francisco your glass of a car gets covered in "battle scars".

    That doesn't look like any road dirt at all, there are scratches and deformation points in parts too. You sure you didn't run into anything?
     
  6. billyJoe

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    only way is for someone to check this themselves in game I don't have the game yet
     
  7. Hawker4

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    I will double check tonight when I get home from work. I know at one point I scraped a wall slightly on the passenger side. However, that wouldn't make any sense still for the grime/damage look on the hood or the front. Or even the drivers side for that matter.
     
  8. LancerEvo7

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    That looks like it came from hitting something.
     
  9. RevoXeli

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    If you drive on a snowy track your car gets snowy, & also if you drive in sand, your car gets dirty. But I believe that was in GT5 aswell. But it didn't happen as fast in GT5.
     
  10. CoolJetta3

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    those marks are from hitting stuff. I saw that on one of my cars after stuffing another car into the corner
     
  11. MedigoFlame

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    Definitely looks more of damage than grime.

    This is grime from going off track somewhat:
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  12. Hawker4

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    Hey, I tested it out last night and that was definitely damage. I must have bumped into that wall harder than I thought. My bad. I was half alive when I watched the replay but it was still weird that it was all over the car when I only hit one side which is what confused me I guess. Sorry about the confusion.

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  13. billyJoe

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    ok so you dont get general road grime from non contact or off road activity?