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Postby Lucky 13 » 06 Apr 2009, 23:06

Did you ever think of doing a contest in a game BESIDES Underground 2, ProStreet, or Undercover? I'd love to do something in MW, and Carbon would be great for a CTC because you can mix and match Autosculpt kits!

TL; DR: Why don't you try a different game once in a while?
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Postby baumaxx1 » 08 Apr 2009, 11:03

I'll ask again... but Underground 2 and Prostreet are the most popular... it makes sense to run competitions for those titles... Undercover is current... Carbon has been made redundant by Prostreet's vinyl system it seems, and people don't like to settle for less as Undercover shows. I need a decent amount of interest expressed to make it worthwhile though.
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Re: About the CTC...

Postby prince1142003 » 08 Apr 2009, 19:52

MW would give a decent amount of challenge to make your creation stand out, but it would also probably dissuade people from participating because of that particular reason. Carbon's tuning system has been superceded by ProStreet's. Yeah, you can't choose individual body parts, but the vinyl and decal systems are a lot better, so I don't think there'd be much interest there.
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Re: About the CTC...

Postby baumaxx1 » 09 Apr 2009, 11:23

Yeah, you have to satisfy where there's most demand.
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Postby VICharles » 27 Nov 2013, 11:46

forget to say, you can see with the pics of the front wheel bay, on the front panel you can se the resin on the edge of it....thats what happend when you paint the panels on the resin block...an then see that the way they attache the pieces isnt on the border...but partly over it....so youll have to cut an erase....but then have part of the piece unpainted......thats the Aires view of the thing.....
so now ive got the retouch all of these things.....so funny
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