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rockgod88

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    Monster Trucks, building R/C trucks, Racing R/C and ROR

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  1. Version v1

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    Adam Anderson's Grave Digger 35, quite possibly the last Cohen chassis digger ever. Sunk quite a bit of detail into this, hope y'all enjoy it. Credits: Blaise: Assembly, Body adjustments, Tire adjustments, Texture adjustments, 4link adjustments, NodeBeam, Sounds, MSD box, Micah: Paint Mark C : Shock Models Jack Merkle: help here and there, testing Kozak: Original Chassis model Klayton: Original Tire models, Original Axles, Original Knuckles Harlow: Original Body SM Community: Any other items I may have not listed Versions include: SEMA - Featuring Purple 4link bars, swaybars, Zoomie headers, and a Custom paint Season - Featuring the regular FELD parts, and Jim McShays 2019 paint Qualifying - Featuring the regular FELD parts, essentially the Season truck with only a hood and GraveDigger Lexan panels STANDALONE
  2. thanks wamsley haha gravedigger
  3. rockgod88

    Car Porn

    Everyone has seen it, but you can't beat it
    Not bad for a second truck, however the stop sign chassis and props with no shine just hurt my eyes a bit, and the digger 16 node beam with the halo could be adjusted or turned off, and some props like 4links and shocks could line up better. Would be awesome to see that fixed in the possible update 👍
  4. Version v1

    270 downloads

    After 7 and 8 got into the limelight, it was only fair Dennis's best race truck earns some glory. "Last but not least, this is number 12, and everybody knows about this one" - Dennis Anderson 1997 Credits: Blaise: Chassis, Body adjustments, Tire adjustments, Texture adjustments, Shock adjustments, 4link adjustments, NodeBeam, Axle adjustments, Sounds adjustments, MSD box, Tie rods Micah: 1997 Paint, 1999 Paint, Help with chassis Mat White: 1998 paint, help on 1997 paint Kozak: original Chassis model John Dough: Original Tire models Fernando: Knuckle models, Engine model, Radiator Model, SM Community: Any other items I may have not listed Versions include: 1997 - Reminiscent of Debut of Digger 12 with a beautiful paint job by Fred Bumann 1998 - Reminiscent of Digger 12 in the 1998 season, with a quick paint job by Fred Bumann 1999 - Reminiscent of Digger 12 during Dennis Anderson's Championship season with a paint job by Jim McShay (RIP Fred Bumann) STANDALONE
  5. Version v1

    240 downloads

    Grave Digger 10 is the first purpose built Grave Digger by Pablo Huffaker, rocking a short wheelbase, and custom shocks, Pablo campaigned this Digger from 1993-2001 Credits: Blaise: Chassis edits, Body adjustments, Tire adjustments, Texture adjustments, Shock adjustments, 4link adjustments, NodeBeam, Axle adjustments, Sounds adjustments, MSD box, Tierods Micah: Paints, Help build the chassis John Dough: Original Tire models Fernando: Knuckle models, Engine model, Radiator Model, SM Community: Any other items I may have not listed Versions include: 1993-Debut version, ingame listed as '1993' 1995-Version, ingame listed as '1995' 1997-Version, ingame listed as '1997' 1999-Version, ingame listed as '1999' 00-01-Version, ingame listed as '2000' STANDALONE
  6. Version v1

    236 downloads

    "This truck number 8, built in 1992, its a copy of number 7, in St. Louis to give the fans a good show, jumped the last set of cars, did a wheelstand. I was running out of room, slammed on the brakes, and when I slammed on the brakes I broke the front wheel off." - Robert Parker fun fact, its not a copy of 7 😧 Credits: Blaise: Chassis, Body adjustments, Tire adjustments, Texture adjustments, Shock adjustments, 4link adjustments, NodeBeam, Axle adjustments, Sounds adjustments, MSD box Micah: All Paints, Help build the chassis John Dough: Original Tire models Fernando: Knuckle models, Tie rods models, Engine model, Radiator Model, SM Community: Any other items I may have not listed Versions include: Early 1 - Reminiscent of Digger 8 during the 90s, featuring silver headlight bezels, and a Jolly Roger flag Early 2 - Reminiscent of Digger 8 during the 90s, featuing black headlight bezels, and no flag Seattle1999 - Reminiscent of Digger 8 during Dennis Anderson's run in the King Dome Early2000s - Reminiscent of Digger 8 during the 2000-2001 season Retired - Reminiscent of Digger 8 parked in Diggers Dungeon Restored - Reminiscent of Digger 8 parked at Kings Dominion STANDALONE
    Overall pretty good truck, although the solid colour chassis, and other parts with no shine, is a bit of a downer, The props could line up a bit better aswell if looking to improve, however I like some of the details such as the Accumulator and DS safety loops.
  7. back at it with more finished projects retros are fun
  8. rockgod88

    Fire Maxd

    nevermind, thought this was somthing else
    This has many issues, The node is way off compared to the chassis, I recommend import the node into blender, and fitting it to the mesh, The Chassis mesh has tons of missing or doubled faces, and is not edge split, I recommend following Kozak video on how to join it properly, The driveshafts, fourlinks and swaybars, are nowhere even close to lining up, you can line them up by fixing the node in blender, and moving the prop in the .truck The texture on the body looks very poor, and the bolt textures are the wrong texture all together, I would try redoing it, The steering knuckles are not appearing, assuming you forgot the mesh for them The interior looks very rushed and the cab lexan is very very far off, would take some more time with that There is no shine on any parts of the chassis, I would add some to make it look nicer, I would add shine to the rims aswell, as they seem to not be centered, making them wobble when driving, I would add some swaybar blocks, looks horrible without them Overall, Take some more time to fix some of these basic errors,
    Overall trucks are not bad, though there are a few things that seem like they could have easily been better, like the broken rim texture, poor edge split on the chassis, a few inverted faces, and more parts could use a shine to enhance the look,
  9. yes. rpms are 999999 don't tell anyone
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