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Discussion in 'Bob's Track Builder Projects' started by ehrlec, Jan 30, 2011.
Looks sick! seems like a very intressting track
super.. I love BIG OPEN terrain
I`ll be getting rfactor soon to start developing tracks for.. the rbr world seems a bit dead
max displace ?
ehrlec, this is amazing. can u post a tutorial for the rest of us to learn step by step. and also can this be done after my project is mostly done? or is it only done before starting the project.
i did read or i should better say i started reading but im no good without visual tutorial. i need to see what they talk about while they talk about it to understand it. as im not very understanding of many terms used.
Aerial pictures look really nice. You are a master of terrain creation.
I would like to see the final version of this track.
Amazing I would be happy to drive your track in RBR too. Thanks for sharing good news about your work!
I've had an idea for a similar track for quite awhile (but my meager talents proved unequal to my imagination)-I dislike the "thin ribbon of track and grass floating in space" syndrome that you see in a lot of other fantasy layouts (tho this is a real world "fantasy" track, natch). Pls. keep us updated.
I will so download this!
I second the call for a tutorial for terrain building.....
Especially a step-by-step read through, I personally find video tut's so hard to grasp.
If you do a read through, could you please keep it simple language wise-I have read another tut' regarding building terrain from DEM files but got lost with the technical jargon quite early on....
And by the way, your terrain in the above pic's looks stunning-very nice work!
Is this dead, or errr, what?
How long is the track?
Had an idea to do a track like this since seeing that picture of that Ferrari Enzo wreck in Malibu. Thought it would be a cool place to race. Hope it comes out as fun as the Cannonball Run track.