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October 21, 2019, 08:32:33 pm

Gpbikes videos ;)

Started by BOBR6 84, May 09, 2014, 11:30:25 pm

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Blackheart

Not my business.

There are a lot of sites with lowpoly and gameready models free in addition to gaming sources. We do not get paid to build these bikes, so do not expect models made from scratch.

And this also applies to the tracks, are all conversions, except for a couple.

h106frp

It was built completely from scratch, started with a scale image of the frame and an old Revell plastic kit from the attic. The main reason for starting from scratch is all the free artist models are wildly out of scale and proportion and are generally very badly meshed.

It took a long time to do, too long if you want modders to add a lot of bikes to GPB working from scratch.

Warlock

That's the truth.

The amount of work this things needs to make a good model from scratch is insane. Took me a full month of dedicated work to make just the cockpit of the Moto3 Ktm/Husky.  model, textures, shaders and a ton of testing ingame, different lights, reflections, etc..... insane.
Although would love to have more original content, so GPB could be properly promoted. I wouldn't mind having 10 original, very well modelled and textured bikes instead of 50 ripped.
It's only responsability of us modders to make it real, but i do understand why is not this way.
Maybe when most of the most required bikes are in our list of 'done' projects, we could start improving them as much as we could, and convert them to original content. GPB would benefit a lot from that.

doubledragoncc

My reason for asking this that one of the points Piboso always brings up about turning offered PR help down is that he dont want ripped mods in GPB shown!!!

Well WTF are we supposed to show the public to get new customers if all mods are ripped and then reworked??

H....I love your Duke m8 and it really shows what can be done.

Warlock thanks for the cockpit it looks awesome m8.

Thanks to all modders because no matter if it is ripped it still has aheck of a lot of work to function in GPB.

DD
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Blackheart

Ripped not means take a bike from "game x" and put in "game y" is little bit more complex...  ???

Warlock

Quote from: Blackheart on October 26, 2016, 07:42:06 pm
Ripped not means take a bike from "game x" and put in "game y" is little bit more complex...  ???


We all know this.

h106frp

The real difficulty is finding source material, without accurate 3 view (minimum) drawings its nearly impossible to set up the initial mesh points. Even some of the 3 views offered on web sites do not work when you try and line up the views accurately in the 3D package.

Photos are no good as parallax and perspective screws it up - i even tried making a traversing camera rig to photograph models but it was not good enough. I was lucky to find a 3 view from a modelling site for the Duc or it probably would have not been possible.

As BH said, even getting the models from a rip is a major task as the process often corrupts the geometry and model material/mapping


Meyer#12

Meyer#12

doubledragoncc

I am so blown away brilliant and he uses GPB!!!

Thanks for posting bro

DD
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Vini

thats pretty extreme :D

...the steering angle seems a little off, though.

HornetMaX

Quote from: vin97 on October 29, 2016, 09:53:11 pm
thats pretty extreme :D

...the steering angle seems a little off, though.

I've been in touch in the past with one of the guys interfacing that with GPB. He asked a zillion questions about what to do but if I recall correctly he wasn't very fond of DSA or DST, so likely he's using the steering as target lean angle.

teeds

October 31, 2016, 10:34:07 pm #1242 Last Edit: March 29, 2019, 08:45:40 am by teeds
Nice little battle  8)


Manu


Manu

Looking around the bike (modified cockpit for show all parts and delete rider arms)

https://www.youtube.com/v/bC_EElRii9w&