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REQUEST Mod alfa romeo

Discussion in 'Car Models | Physics' started by AnteGio, Sep 25, 2017.

  1. AnteGio

    AnteGio New Member

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    Good morning, I'm looking for someone to make me a racing car, cars are "alfa 75 turbo evolution, 147 GTA, alpha 156 gta, SZ sprint zagato, 155 GTA Z 215 hp standard car, I can reward you with a donation quantified by those will do it, thank you and I hope to have written in the right section
     
  2. luchian

    luchian Administrator ACM Racing Team ACM Club Driver

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    Hi, yes the section is good.

    Don't know what age you are or how much experience you have in the moddable simracing scene, but it doesn't matter in the end :). Here are just a few pointers on the subject :
    • a well made mod work is counted in hundreds of hours. So unless you plan making a donation of 1000+ $ :D, that's not going to be the real motivating factor
    • on the same lines (basically from the same reasons), it is usually a good idea to limit yourelf to a single car/track. Remember we are talking here about scratch made mods, not illegal rips from other games.
    • one way to show your motivation/involvment is to propose some help for ressources: searching blueprints and technical data. This doesn't mean you should dump here anything that comes out after a google search (anybody knows how to do that), but to actual spend some time and filter the good resources. Going back to time, this research in itself could easily consume a few (tens) of hours.
    Doing all the above not only shows your motivation on seeing the job done, but also shows respect for the modder's time and effort. Hope this can serve in some regard.

    PS: oh, and we actually have a thread prefix called "request" :).
     
  3. AnteGio

    AnteGio New Member

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    thanks for the clarification, so I suggest you find the real data of cars and things like that? :)