Descenders

Nicks: A dirt jump spot for Descenders

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Published by nickdinger66 (mod ID: 175562)

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This is a very small jump park that goes in a loop. it has 2 lines, one with small tables and one with gaps. enjoy!

All of the jumps and berms are made in blender my me. but the trees, bikes, textures and start drop were made by other people.


bikes-Rosie

bike textures-Ovanny

Dodge ram-King krautz

the drop was in the descenders assets posted in Mod.io

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nicks_a_dirt_jump_spot.3.zip43.97mb3.1

nicks_a_dirt_jump_spot_2.zip37.8mb3.0

nicks_a_dirt_jump_spot.2.zip26.24mb2.0

nicks_a_dirt_jump_spot.zip59.12mb1.0

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hensonlucas7
hensonlucas7 @hensonlucas7

can u get mods on steamunlocked descenders

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BI0S0CK @bi0s0ck

Nice idea. May I suggest checking out the subdivision subsurface modifier in blender. That will smooth out the transitions with minimal effort on your part. It will smooth out everything though so to retain a defined shape at the lip and sides you'll just have to increase the mesh density there. Also, you could right click on the object and select shade smooth if you want to get rid of the mesh look. Cheers

NI
nickdinger66 @nickdinger66

i did this and they became an egg. Help?

BI
BI0S0CK @bi0s0ck

Haha yeah it can do weird things. First off make sure not to actually apply the modifier, just have it active. Otherwise your mesh becomes much more complicated. I can only assume it's because you haven't added vertices at the edges. A good way to do that is to hold ctrl+r in mesh view. If all your faces are four-sided You should see a yellow line going around the mesh at various angles depending on where your mouse is. Click once to add it, then you should be able to position the new vertices closer to the edge. The closer they are, the more defined the edge will look. If that doesn't work definitely check out blender guru's s tutorials (donut or anvil for example). In fact do that anyway, they're really good!

NI
nickdinger66 @nickdinger66

thanks, i have seen his vids before i got blender, btw great job on leogang

BI
BI0S0CK @bi0s0ck

Thank you!