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Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO
Published 5 months ago
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This section of the Speed Champion set has been fully converted to the new part system. Enjoy this beauty.
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Helo
5 months ago
This Huracán is definitively awesome... Thanks for the new parts, Scrubs! And thanks for the stickers, Stas!
Scrubs
5 months ago
I will definitely keep this one in my collection. Happy that stas came back on time for all the decorations. I wasn’t looking forward to it. It takes a lot of work to create all the data for the new system but the result is so worth it. I could spend Hours looking at it.
Stas
5 months ago
Thank you guys)
Happy to be back with new toys
Scrubs
5 months ago
Full set built by stephan3321 is available here.
LegoWilderness
5 months ago
This is utterly amazing! Here's a render!
Neckhorse
5 months ago
What is the strange grainy filter in the new viewer? Is it a client-side issue or an intended feature?
MrBrick
5 months ago
Awesome render LW!
Scrubs
5 months ago
@Neckhorse Intended postprocessing.
LegoWilderness
5 months ago
Scrubs, I wanted to ask you a question. Do you have any tips on my rendering? I really want it to improve, but I don't have the money for the higher render products in the MB Shop. By the way, I want to thank you for all you do. I really appreciate it


Thanks,

~LW
Scrubs
5 months ago
You can ask in the forum but have a look at Blender. Youtube tutorials by Andrew Price are a good starting point. You shall also look into lighting.
Neckhorse
5 months ago
@Scrubs Thanks, I wasn't sure. It just looks really distracting on my screen, but that's probably because my computer's resolution is rather small. I can DM you a picture to show you what I mean. All in all, personally, I'm not really a fan of it, but again, I could not be getting the full effect.
Scrubs
5 months ago
@Neckhorse these are just experiments. Ultimately, it will be up to designers to tweak the options to get the mood they want in the player. I do not intent to apply post processing automatically to all models.
Neckhorse
5 months ago
@Scrubs Sounds awesome! So far, I altogether really like what you've done with the new viewer. I'd also like to add, in the workshop, do you plan to totally abolish the old part models? The details on the studs and edges look great, but when working on larger projects, the details can get rather distracting.
Scrubs
5 months ago
@Neckhorse In the viewport settings, you have three visual quality options: Low, Medium and High. Change to Low if you want the same look as the old system.
Neckhorse
5 months ago
@Scrubs Thanks so much, I wasn't aware of it.
ArmoredBricks
5 months ago
First render I've put a model "into" a background photo.
MrBrick
5 months ago
Awesome render ArmoredBricks!
nico2010
3 days ago
magnifico amigo¡¡¡¡
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