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What is the best way to create a car without blueprints? How do you tune it to make it run ingame? How do you create the interior? How do you create wheels? How do you create sirens? How do you replace AI cars? How do you add sounds? Please include suitable car settings if possible! Route me to already done q's.
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Maybe you should try looking at the top of this forum. Rolling Eyes

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The pages of the resources are old and some are not avalible, do I have to use blueprints? (note, i saw misc. cars). Zmodeler tutorial helps a little but not much.
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Stop trolling... If you can not learn to model using that tutorial, you should probably shut down your PC, unplug it, and stuff it away in the closet.
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Stop trolling... If you can not learn to model using that tutorial, you should probably shut down your PC, unplug it, and stuff it away in the closet.
Nothing to do with this topic. Can you model without blueprints?
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Yes. Of course you can. Rolling Eyes
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Yes. Of course you can. Rolling Eyes
Then what is the easiest way?
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With blueprints.
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With blueprints.
Without blueprints?
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Let me clarify for you. You can model without blueprints, but it is easier with blueprints.
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Let me clarify for you. You can model without blueprints, but it is easier with blueprints.
What is easier, without blueprints?
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but it is easier with blueprints.

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dummiesboy wrote:
but it is easier with blueprints.

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Let me explain. I did use blueprints, but I found it too risky and I want my own cars that are slightly custom-made. Also, I get bored quickly and I want the quickest way to make a car without blueprints. But furthermore, I need certain things to add to my car and I do not know how to do this. I also found that I cannot edit the tune-ups with MS words and I found it impossible with several editors. Therefore, a -almost- perfect car would be made... for me. So that is why I set this topic up. Also, how do you make parts breakable and how do you create 'separate' parts? And...

Anyone know a way to edit Team 6 Cars or a website for it? Is there a way to input deformation?
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Haha, fail. I think this person should be banned...
It seems like he has two accounts (anasbinqamar and this one). And he's just an idiot...
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Haha, fail. I think this person should be banned...
It seems like he has two accounts (anasbinqamar and this one). And he's just an idiot...
yeah... on separate websites... and what is anas's rank? Where are the different tune-ups?
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