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Cloudy skybox in BTB?

Discussion in 'Bob's Track Builder' started by Kyle Puttifer, Jul 27, 2011.

  1. Kyle Puttifer

    Kyle Puttifer
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    Does anyone know how I can get a cloudy skybox into BTB? It's no use adding smog to the Beijing street circuit if I can see a bright blue sky!
     
  2. Johannes Rojola

    Johannes Rojola

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    Recolour the skybox textures to cloudy/smoggy. SKY.MAS is the file to look into.
     
  3. Alex Kyriak

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    You could also check out the excellent Sky Pack download by 6e66o. In Google search for " rF Sky Pack by 6e66o ". This pack contains overcast skies, amongst others.
     
  4. Raido

    Raido

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    You can just put a different sky01.dds file (cloudy, of course) alongside the regular sky.mas. That'll suffice to change the sky for BTB tracks.
     
  5. Lee Knight

    Lee Knight

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    I sent a link the other day for 6e66o's Skybox pack via PM to you.
    Just in case you didnt get it, here it is again; http://www.mediafire.com/file/kykgo4w1k486zo1/rF_Sky_Pack_by_6e66o.rar
    He did publish it somewhere for public use somewhere but I cant remember where....
    Let me know when you get it & I'll shut the link again....
    When you find one you want to use, drop it on your skybox file- worked a treat for me & they are truelly beautiful!
    Just remember to give him credit in your 'Read Me'.
    Enjoy, BLeeK
     
  6. Kyle Puttifer

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    Latest video posted a few days ago in the Beijing WIP thread - using a very overcast sky.