Originally Posted by Sidewinder16
Hmmm, some of you seem to be concerned over the fact the rules have been changed. Can I just appeal to you all for some common sense for a few minutes here.
So I put down a challenge to those of who do not like the new rules. Do something positive and learn how to mod. See if you can beat the professionals at their own game. Someday it may be you making the original content for games.
But, you can see, that even if you are a Super Moderator... you get the same result.
Nobody will publicly agree with you.
At least one or two times in the past, others of us have asked the same question.... to the same result.
It seems the world is in "reverse engineer mode". Let someone else make it, then I will adapt it to something I want..... that is easier.
Mally, if a the technicality of rendering versus ingame is your question..... then if I were to answer your question, I would say no.
Why, because, your not stupid. You know what is going to happen.....
Somebody will PM you and ask where they can get the car for the game, somebody, somewhere will pass it around.... then the ingame shots start coming out.... then we are right back where we started from.
Which, is where we are, right now.
After the last time the rules were modified, it was all good for a little while, then this starts with someone wanting to get some attention. They post a shot of some car that ONLY they have.... somebody gets all excited and finds the link.... they hop on the boat because people are getting excited, the PM's come flooding in.... they feel like a big shot. Now the rest of the community wants it... Then, somebody passes it out or uploads it.
They feel like the big Man on campus.....run around bragging.... you know what I mean, you see it in LIFE every day...just related to other things.
I agree with the Admins about the suggestion of learning something. I wanted a certain paint on a car.... for years, nobody would paint me a car. So, I finally taught myself how to paint cars. The same with Trackside Cameras for the tracks we run... some I didn't like, so I learned how to edit and improve those.
3D modeling, would be a wonderful thing to know how to do. But, many of you know, that you don't have to look far to find an existing model......But it takes time and talent to make a free standing in game car. Most folks in life want it easy, in this case, drag and drop.
In life, it would be plug and play.
It is always about the Easy Way Out. It seems nobody wants to do the work, but they all want the credit.