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rhamm

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Hopefully every picture on the wall is a separate track.   ;D
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Needles Kane

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Why no pressure? Most people work better under pressure so it's time to turn the heat on.
I agree. But not that much that they start cut corners

Purple44

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Was there a snow track in there somewhere?
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dbs213

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Those track concepts look interesting :o
I see some with crossovers and it looks promising.
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Lari Fari

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Was there a snow track in there somewhere?

Hard to tell. The black and white pictures and the out-of-focus-parts make it hard to identify environments etc. Well done on the teasing! :D
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Jukka Merikanto

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3ds Max work in progress:



Have a nice weekend everyone!

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Daystar

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3ds Max work in progress:



Have a nice weekend everyone!


Awesome screen shot!!! Thanks for showing us this one! Thx and you have a great weekend as well!  :D

Marocco2

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I'm installing 3ds max. I want make a track :D

Iwasawa

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I'm installing 3ds max. I want make a track :D
Yes because its so easy...
But hmmm, so BB guys making the whole track in the same time? I thought they model objects and place them around with some kind of map editor.
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KingOfTheCakes

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Nice shot! Is that the three quarter mile oval you guys are working on? I'm sure it is, but what's that inside junction for I wonder?

Hope you have a nice weekend too Jukka. :)
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Marocco2

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I'm installing 3ds max. I want make a track :D
Yes because its so easy...
But hmmm, so BB guys making the whole track in the same time? I thought they model objects and place them around with some kind of map editor.
I didn't say it's easy, but I'm trying to use editor to make something. :)

spadraig

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Awesome screen shot! Thanks! Looking forwards to more screenshots and updates! :)
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Usmovers_02

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Looking forward to that (no pressure  :P)

Why no pressure? Most people work better under pressure so it's time to turn the heat on. We need those track by the end of August. ::)

I know BB isn't making their tracks to the same exacting standard as Turn10 (Forza franchise) but if Turn10 is to be believed then even their fictional tracks took them about a year to make from scratch and that's with a much larger team. I highly doubt BBs tracks will take NEARLY as many man hours to make as a Forza track but they're also building them with a much smaller team. I can't quite tell if you're being sarcastic or not but I think it's very unrealistic to expect those tracks by the end of August.

Speedevil

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My guess he was being sarcastic.

That track looks nice. I also think it's the oval, but it looks like it has an infield track too. Looking forward to that.

ThomasMink

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Have a nice weekend everyone!

Such a tease... but quite welcome. :D
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