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 Post subject: Re: Forza Motorsport Resource Extraction (.carbin)
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how do i resize the dashboards to the right scale? cause i have my dashes in 2 different sizes

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 Post subject: Re: Forza Motorsport Resource Extraction (.carbin)
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nick22savino wrote:
how do i resize the dashboards to the right scale? cause i have my dashes in 2 different sizes


For myself with blender i use the gauges, the center console and other parts of the car as placeholders. Same for the size.
Lod1 dashboard cas also be used to have the right place and size, especially for the steering wheel.

One thing that can help is to use mesh from older forza extracted models, horizon or FM3.


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 Post subject: Re: Forza Motorsport Resource Extraction (.carbin)
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Doc0 wrote:
nick22savino wrote:
how do i resize the dashboards to the right scale? cause i have my dashes in 2 different sizes


For myself with blender i use the gauges, the center console and other parts of the car as placeholders. Same for the size.
Lod1 dashboard cas also be used to have the right place and size, especially for the steering wheel.

One thing that can help is to use mesh from older forza extracted models, horizon or FM3.


is there a way to stretch the meshes out to selected points on the right scaled meshes?


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 Post subject: Re: Forza Motorsport Resource Extraction (.carbin)
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nick22savino wrote:
Doc0 wrote:
nick22savino wrote:
how do i resize the dashboards to the right scale? cause i have my dashes in 2 different sizes


For myself with blender i use the gauges, the center console and other parts of the car as placeholders. Same for the size.
Lod1 dashboard cas also be used to have the right place and size, especially for the steering wheel.

One thing that can help is to use mesh from older forza extracted models, horizon or FM3.


is there a way to stretch the meshes out to selected points on the right scaled meshes?


Could be but i think it's faster to make it by trial and error, i take the mesh, scale it with "S", place it roughly on the right place and with combinaisons of "G" and "S" in the 3 axles separately i adjust until i'm satisfied. For an old dashboard it takes 2/3 minutes but for modern ones that can exceed 10 minutes, price for the design i guess.


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 Post subject: Re: Forza Motorsport Resource Extraction (.carbin)
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Does anyone have any pointers towards where the materials could be exported too? I really want to work on models but the material creation is very tedious to carry out, now that model assembly is easy to go through with and UV maps are alright



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