Since the credits are in the skinfile also means someone made it, right ?.Well at least you left the credits in so you propably arent doing it on purpose.
However since you see a credit in the skinfile don`t you think you should do some checking first next time before you edit another skin ?
For my personal use on those S2 servers I will be joining in the near future
IT was originally supposed to be dark green with the polished aluminum look but I couldn't get that to look right, but I then found a picture of a Caterham with CF fenders, nose, and mirrors, so I did that. I might change the color, not sure yet. This is my first skin also.
not sure, but to get that effect, you might want to play around with "car shine" in the cfg file...not sure if the viewer has that, but in lfs you can
also to get the polished aluminum look you might want to find a reference picture and use the pen tool to recreate it, cause i know its one solid color, with darker lines running through it, that are very thin
It's based off of a friend's Westfield, which has more than a little work done to it. The real thing's halfway between LX4 and LX6, so it's a case of working out which version you like most. (The LX6 version has some bits and bobs where the LX4's spare wheel is). I dunno how much hp the LX6 has but the Westie has 250
Sorry about the low res logos, but I couldn't get them in any higher res, and I don't have the time to make them
Sorry to pee on your fire so to speak.....But this skin has already been made before & is on here for public download.....
Try using the search or having a look 1st in future. Cause I carnt see any difference between yours & the one thats already been done.
Hah! no preview - you'll just have to risk it. My apologies if this has already been done, but I didn't get time to read the rest of the posts...
It's a Caterham Lotus Super 7 - slightly used/worn.
Oh, and a trick for brushed aluminium - easy - add a decent amount of noise to a (new) gray layer and then run a motion blur filter through it. i like making a random cloud pattern as a selection set, and then have the motion blur going in two different directions by selecting all the white area in the cloud, and then motion blurring the noise, then inverting the selection and filtering again, but with the blur going in a different direction. Then you simply play with the levels until you find the shade of grey you want.