Good morning fellow racers,
Just some snapshots of the work done until now, so, behold...
- One week ago:
- Yesterday night:
...Behold how slow my progresses are!
I'm not an artist of "pencil and stencil"
, but I promise I will do my best in getting the white and the black 360 GTs right with their updated 'skins'. Then it will be the turn of the coloured JMB Ferraris of the year 2001
(this while ChopChop
volunteered with us to paint the GTs 2002 liveries - unless his personal life takes precedence, of course: we GTR2 fans are all starting to have that specific age in which hobbies must be momentaneously have to be put aside in favour of real life matters after all...).
So, "en regard" of the 360 Challenge project
, I fear it might be seriously delayed in the medium term (not in the long, "'cause we will be then all dead
A. Smith. dixit) because of potential personal matter which might require all my future time (heh, I've a family to care for after all ...
Speaking about the project deadline
, I swapped many PMs with my colleague 'LeGhoul
' (my modding-friend!) about not wanting to set a determined timeframe for our project, this because I think 'sim-racing and sim-modding' is a 'joyful and necessary waste of time for a racer', but now I find mandatory to set a date: that is 31/12/2017
Why so distant in the future?
For two reasons:
- I am anyway very busy with my real life obligations;
- I might be taking a (slightly ) life-changing decision about my personal career in the new year, which takes precedence over modding (of course). This would mean I could not put time into sim-racing at all (and I am not that happy, but it's done for 'major justice').
So, should things go really bad, you would end up anyway with an 80% complete mod. After all it's especially a matter of physic
: that's the most important point, you see.
Expect updates next week!
I wish you all the best and safe journeys, fellow racers!