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Using 3DSimED3 with AMS

Discussion in 'Automobilista' started by Littlefysh, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. Littlefysh

    Littlefysh

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    I want to start off by saying that I've looked for a goodly while for anything to help. What I want to do is use 3dsimed to create liveries for existing cars. Could somebody please direct me to, or write a step-by-step guide on importing a model and livery, and exporting a model and livery up to the point of it being usable in AMS.

    Thankyou in advance for the help.

    Regards
    Littlefysh
     
  2. muzarati

    muzarati

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    Not that I do skins but as far as I know, you don't need to use 3dsimed to do skins, you don't need to import the model either? I think you just need the car template and a graphics program like Photoshop or Gimp or the likes?
     
  3. Rob Fitness

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    I started out and i have done many many of my skins just using Photoshop and the in game showroom spinner... thats all you need and can get by pretty well with that. i have never used 3dsimed, so i cant actually answer you :) but give you hope that it is easily possible without it
     
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  4. Littlefysh

    Littlefysh

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    Thankyou, through trial and error and other sources I have managed to work it out. I really appreciate the help, especially from a painter like you!

    Again thankyou, and all the best,
    Littlefysh
     
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  5. Rob Fitness

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    No problem. In the end with a lot of help from a friend I ended being able to use 3D max to view progress. Lol. Thinking back a lot of my early paints done on the spinner I didn't even know u could zoom in on the cars lol. How exciting it was to be told how to enable and use the zoom
     
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