Outdated 1994 Chevrolet Silverado, Now with EXT Cab (New Thread)

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  1. LT. Smell My

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    1994 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 (WIP Beta)
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    View attachment Silverado(New).zip
    View attachment SilveradoEXT.zip

    Credit for this truck goes to:
    Gabester - JBeam + D15 Model Parts + MoonHawk Rims
    Chevymanmotors - Silverado Model
    Tatangjose-Grabber Tires
    Lurker-Brush Guard
    98chevyz71-Some Refrence Pics
    JDMClark-Rockstar Rims
    Michael-JBeaming



    This is a very big WIP but I think I have enough now to show it off. It is a 1994 Chevrolet 1500. This is basically what the D15 was modeled after. So it fits pretty good on the JBeam. I plan on making different versions like Z71, 454 SS, 4x4, and so on. So far I have gotten a lot of help from a long time friend 0-60in2.9sec. Without his help, all my meshes would be floating around when you turn. Here is the list of what is done and what is still being worked on:

    Red=No Progress
    Orange=In Progress
    Green=Done
    Pink=I Don't Know
    Blue=Planed
    Yellow=Depends
    Brown=Known Problems

    Learn More Conversion Stuff
    Convert Mesh
    Get Mesh In Game

    Texture Mesh
    BetaRelease
    Fix Mesh Errors
    Fix JBeam for front end
    JBeam Work


    Cheyenne 1500 (Stock, 2WD)
    Silverado 1500 4X4 (Stock, 4X4)
    Silverado 1500 Z71 (4X4 off-road)
    Silverado 454 SS (Race/Sport)
    Silverado 1500 Stripped
    Silverado 1500 Long Bed

    Silverado Ext 1500 4X4 (Stock, 4X4)
    Silverado Ext 1500 4X4 Long Bed (Stock Long Bed, 4X4)

    Shading Issues
    Things Don't Fit Properly
    Little Things




    Any issues you see or face, let us know and we'll fix as soon as possible.



     
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  2. HadACoolName

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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    Already installing it!
     
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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    Don't Quote First post please!
     
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    Sorry that was accidental. Just tested it, I love it!
     
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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    For some reason im getting no tire texture on the offroad models. I redownloaded the .zip and replaced it and im still getting no texture, so i dont think its my error or anything

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    Its only happening with the offroad wheels, all of the other wheels are fine
     
  6. Michael

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    I believe this is a common problem with AMD GPU's. We are working on a solution.


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  7. LT. Smell My

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    I'll take a look at the tire bugs tomorrow. :)
     
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    Im using a laptop so my gpu is an intel graphics 3000. idk if that will help at all. But i love the truck, the tires were the only problem that i have found so far
     
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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    Are you guys planning to make the '95-'98('99?) interior? I prefer the rounded dash myself. A 2500 longbed would be nice too. If you guys need reference pictures of any part of these please feel free to ask, I can have them to you within an hour or two (depending on when I get a PM of course). Thanks for the beta, I'll give it a quick handling test and let you know how close it is, I've driven 1000's of miles these in the 1500 and 2500, '94 Cheyenne, '89 and '95-'98 Silverados, diesel and gasoline, love 'em.

    EDIT: Very nice, though it was strange watching a wreck from the same point of view I have every day. It would seem you kept Gabe's original suspension, which actually seems fairly accurate. The wheels/tires seem a bit large, I assume that will change in future versions? Found the longbed option, although it doesn't appear to be implemented yet, it will look nice when it is. Certainly looking forward to the completion of this project, I'll be watching it like a hawk.

    Keep up the good work, and thank you guys for your contributions.
     
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  10. Carrythxd

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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    Awesome! :D
    Will have to try this out once Im home! :)
     
  11. Jujune

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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    Thery great mod! But you should rename the folder because it´s replacing Evilsnakes silverado :/
     
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    Woah man! This turned out really well! Congrats :D
     
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    Love it, great work on it both LT and Michael!

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    After testing I find that you did a great job on the conversion only issue I see is that the model could use some more "defined" edges in the body lines.
     
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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    Yes the longbed is in the parts selector but it is not ready yet. I don't think we will be adding the newer style interior yet. Maybe when I actually learn how to model that will be my first project. Right now we are more focused on getting the Jbeam to fit better, and fixing various small issues. I love the newer interiors too. I had a 1999 Suburban with that interior and I loved it! Also, the tires seem to be pretty accurately sized to me.

    Thank you for your support! We are proud of this mod and hope to add many more versions in the future!
     
  15. defib

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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    Nice! It's looking real good.
     
  16. Cardinal799

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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    Why are my Offroad V1 tires purple.
     
  17. nandee

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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    "Red=No Progress
    Orange=In Progress
    Green=Done
    Pink=I Don't Know
    Blue=Planed
    Yellow=Depends
    Brown=Known Problems"
    How great it is to be colorblind:)
     
  18. NeeDCrafT21

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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    can you change the file name beacause I have one "silverado" file name and your file name is too "silverado" :(
     
  19. Michael

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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    We will change that in the next update. Otherwise for now, change the name of the folder to "Silverado1". Then go in that folder and rename the Silverado model name to "Silverado1"


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  20. LT. Smell My

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    Re: 1994 Chevrolet Silverado (New Thread)

    If you change the name of the folder, the mod won't work.
     
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