Designers of Intense Race Tracks
Hang On Time
My 5th MCM 1 National track was Hang On. It was constructed using a different approach. I made a dispmap that contained a series of gradients. It then used ASCEdit to overlay a special MCM 1 SX track that I had created specifically to overlay the gradiants. I then chopped it up, rotated the pieces, and put them back together in a way that I thought worked well. I liked the way it turned out. It had horrible textures and was a little rough, but it was different. It had some serious elevation changes.
The tough part in connecting them was to get them both to the same scale, ASCEdit came to the rescue and let me quickly make them the same scale. I had to fix the edges on both of them to get them to match up. Armadillo still had a problem with wanting to leave a white line where the disp maps met, even in the latest version of Armadillo. I had to put walls to cover the white lines up.
After a little smoothing of Hang On and a little roughing up of Hang Time the join was complete and the track was on it's way.
I didn't want to clutter this up with stock objects. I looked for some interesting custom ones and didn't find any that I thought would fit, so I am leaving this with just trees and a few fences.
Thanks to Keith (TNT_Gravy) for suggesting the name. I was going to call it Hang On 2 (quite boring). He suggesting Hang On Time and it's a perfect marriage of both tracks.
I hope you enjoy.
TrackUse WinZip to unzip the ENV file into your MCM2/TERAFORM/National folder.
|Track Title:||Hang On Time|
|Design Team||Twisted DIRT|
|Difficulty of Track:||All Levels|
|Track Designed by:||Bruce (AMA_DirtTwister)|
|TD - Testers:||
Scott Moffitt (X_Xracer)
MCM 1 track editor
Paint Shop Pro
|Construction Time:||20 hours|
Copy all you want, give to who ever wants it, just send this readme along with it! Just don't sell it for profit, because this is original work by Twisted D.I.R.T. Yes it's ok to make CD's and distribute for a small fee as a service to the MCM community.
Release Date: , May 29, 2001