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What car should I use for a mod during summer of next year?

Discussion in 'Content Creation' started by Klemens Muriuki, Oct 24, 2020.

  1. Klemens Muriuki

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    I want to use a 2005-2010 Scion tC (AKA the Hirochi cS) , 2011-2018 VW Jetta (aka the ETK 400 Series), 2006-2011 Honda Civic (aka the Revamped Ibishu Covet)? What should I use?


    Edit: Ok I've added 2 new cars: the 2009-2013 Infiniti G37 Sedan (aka the Hirochi J35) and the 2004-2009 Mazda 3 (aka the previous gen Hirochi Sunburst).

    Last Edit: I will make parts for OG In Game Cars, then in January, I will use Blender: And the last car is the 2004-2010 Subaru Legacy aka the Hirochi (I haven't decided on the name yet).
     
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  2. Alieu

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    first, make sure you are skilled in things like blender, know how to jbeam, start small before doing something so ambitious
    and secondly I'd go for the 06-11 Covet (I'm biased because I have one lmfao)
     
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  3. Klemens Muriuki

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    Ok, I'm new to BeamNG, can you give me some tips?
     
  4. Agent_Y

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    I've always wanted a mod for a 2006 Civic hatch, idk I just like how it looks, and 3 of my neighbors have these lol. But yeah before attempting to make a full car you should practice modelling, Jbeam, texturing, etc. First maybe make small mods, like new parts for an in-game car, like for the tuning challenge. Then if you have more experience you can start making a car.
     
  5. Klemens Muriuki

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    I'm making the American-Spec Civic but I guess I can make a EU Spec Civic too.
     
  6. A&T Wenger

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    I think you should start small and work your way up. It would be a good idea to just make a simple model and this guide https://wiki.beamng.com/Introduction_to_Vehicle_Creation will show you how to get it in game. You can get some practice with that and then eventually try to get a real car into beamng.drive.:)
     
  7. Klemens Muriuki

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    Thanks!
     
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