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Discussion in 'Mods and Skins' started by 16253, Sep 3, 2021.
Guys plz dont have argument or im gonna spam owo in chat
On topic: i like ya car, g
dont you dare you spam "owo"
Make them stop being off topic and arguing toxicly, otherwise i will
Yeah but you have this weird logic that every modder is a robot that can do literally 1000 mods at once.
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Sorry for off topic
I never said or thought this
Me too, sorry for off topic
This mod is combinable with
Burnside race parts
I have a couple things to ask/add here. First off, can I use this mod in one of my videos as long as I link it in the description? And second, the split window is not accurate for a mid 50s luxury car, and dual headlights didn't popularize untill around 1958 and the burnside is 53-54, how does that work out? Anyway I just love your mod and and would greatly appreciate useing it in one of my videos.
Sure thing, you can use it in your videos
I know this mod is not very accurate to real life but I mostly made it to learn to mod and because I think its cool
pretty much perfect, though theres one thing buggin me
this rear bumper is just... a little too much
it jiggles around when you're driving, aswell. I think it should wrap around the tire as i've poorly attempted to illustrate.
I can see how you were going for the nash ambassador look
but it doesn't stick out nearly as far
compared to the nash:
I feel that a mount similar to the thunderbird of the era would be much more stylish
when I was designing the bumper I did think about which design I wanted to use, I chose to have the bumper remain flat because from looking at images online it seems like the flat design is more common on similar style cars, while i do think that the bumper is very extravagant I think it still fits in with real life, take this 1954 Chevy bel air
its bumper looks to me to stick out about the same as my one
Alright, I can see it. But it seems like it could still use a bit more character, as it just doesn't flow with the body at all.