The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

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Re: The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

Postby Bart » Sun Jan 29, 2012 4:10 am

Good things come to those who wait ;) For those who are not able to build from SVN, don't worry. The new lighting effects and 2D graphics are still a major work-in-progress and these are really small details when compared with v0.2a. It'll look all the better when it's ready for a release (no, I don't know when that will be, probably not soon).
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Re: The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

Postby venomv1986 » Sun Jan 29, 2012 4:38 am

Hey bart , i compiled the svn, no problems :). How do i enable specular lighting?
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Re: The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

Postby MrThunderwing » Sun Jan 29, 2012 10:05 am

isamu wrote:
Groni wrote:The most beautiful thing is Daytona now!!

No Framedrops anymore and accurate speed. On my PC at least at 63 FPS all the time. Also nice Menu Track Pics are there now. Can´t wait for the Shader Files (Using SVN Build) to give it a go :)

Almost perfect Arcade adaption!


Your post is such a cocktease :cry:


Ha Ha, Isamu mate you took the words right out of my mouth there.
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Re: The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

Postby kuran » Sun Jan 29, 2012 11:18 am

This thread bears good news! Really awesome to see the improvements to Daytona 2.
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Re: The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

Postby Bart » Sun Jan 29, 2012 12:37 pm

venomv1986 wrote:Hey bart , i compiled the svn, no problems :). How do i enable specular lighting?


The shaders aren't in SVN yet. I don't think they're ready.
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Re: The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

Postby Abelardator2 » Mon Jan 30, 2012 2:43 am

Hey Bart,
I saw your new video 0.3a WIP, your driving better, learn from me....? :lol:
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Re: The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

Postby Bart » Mon Jan 30, 2012 11:33 am

Abelardator2 wrote:Hey Bart,
I saw your new video 0.3a WIP, your driving better, learn from me....? :lol:


That's right ;) And the Marubaku videos.
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Re: The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

Postby Bart » Mon Jan 30, 2012 6:04 pm

Daytona 2 Missing Textures Found.

I'm not planning on fixing this any time soon and a truly correct fix (which would also eliminate the other texture glitches in the process) won't happen until the engine is rewritten. This is just research and will not appear in SVN. However, it is an important find that solves the big mystery of where those textures were in the first place (right under our noses, it turns out!) It will help us develop a fix at some point in the near to medium-term future.
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Re: The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

Postby Abelardator2 » Tue Jan 31, 2012 2:28 am

Bart, this increasingly looks more like my original boards. :o
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Re: The Official Supermodel Work-in-Progress Thread

Postby isamu » Tue Jan 31, 2012 2:57 am

Bart wrote:Daytona 2 Missing Textures Found.

I'm not planning on fixing this any time soon and a truly correct fix (which would also eliminate the other texture glitches in the process) won't happen until the engine is rewritten. This is just research and will not appear in SVN. However, it is an important find that solves the big mystery of where those textures were in the first place (right under our noses, it turns out!) It will help us develop a fix at some point in the near to medium-term future.



Excellent discovery Bart! Very encouraging progress report!!!. :)
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