Hey dingle i was wondering if i could join the team im amazing at photoshop
I don't think dingleman needs anything new to make with photoshop, basically he just converts. And if you're amazing with photoshop, then what am I? Cause I can tell from your signature, you're not as good as me.
Delete the d3d9.dll and vorbishooked.dll files in your SA:LC directory and then put these files in it.
Hi, I have done what you have said above and the game opens, however when i click "New Game" the loading screen will appear and get 1/3 of the way up and then freeze everytime. Do you know what could be wrong?
Loving it, especially those wheels, what's the spec on that?
This version of the cartel cruiser is basically the SA LC II Cartel Cruiser without the additional top bar & lights. It still consists of the 3d front lights & 3d suspension and smoother roll bar. But on this model i decided to re-work and bulge out the rear arches and increasing the width of the rear axle placing the wheels slightly further apart giving the car a much more aggresive stance. I will be applying these arches to the SA LC II cartel cruiser too
Very nice work M57. I saw your pm but just didn't have time to reply.
I too am still working on the mod, so dont worry about that. Though progress has been snail paced due to school and a sh*t load of assignments, as well as the beginning of my second semester in year 10, I have converted many more audio files from GTAIII, and have fixed some of the bugs people have posted.
I dont really have time to post screenies at this point.. and on top of that its hard to post screenshots of sound, so we might just leave that for the moment
Expect updates soon
EDIT: Made a gameplay trailer for the mod.
I just converted (yet AGAIN! ) the GTA III style fonts. They're still not the final, but here's a peak.
As you can see from my oversized image spam, they do look a lot more cleanly spaced out than the ones featured in Beta 5. Expect to see them in the first patch for Beta 6.
This post has been edited by dingleman on Friday, Aug 20 2010, 12:28
How would he possibly know? I mean, it's not like he's gonna start working on it and think 'Oh.. I'll finish it next month'. You can't really know those stuff, dude. And what if something happens? You never know.
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