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Credit Code 3 Beacons by OfficerFive0
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I Might Pull This Off

A significant upgrade from this piece of shit: 

I found a pattern that somewhat looks like the real version's simulated led rotations, but it looks decent enough with each beacon flashing solid. Plan on doing a whole pack if I'm satisfied with the results of this. Lightbar will be more detailed in the final version

 

 

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If you want "real" lighting simulation. Put a transparent mesh that overlays the emissives, but cut out a small section of it to expose the LED lighting. Have the mesh be a siren rotator.

 

 

and ur lights are orange lol

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10 minutes ago, Lundy said:

If you want "real" lighting simulation. Put a transparent mesh that overlays the emissives, but cut out a small section of it to expose the LED lighting. Have the mesh be a siren rotator.

 

 

and ur lights are orange lol

I totally forget about ELS DRO settings. I'll try that soon

 

and shut up

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1 minute ago, Black Jesus said:

I totally forget about ELS DRO settings. I'll try that soon

 

and shut up

<rotor god

 

orange

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I don't know why, but this car does look good, maybe it's the fact that they are LED beacons. I think this proves that what once was great, can still be great. A simple bar with two beacons  

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6 hours ago, Lundy said:

If you want "real" lighting simulation. Put a transparent mesh that overlays the emissives, but cut out a small section of it to expose the LED lighting. Have the mesh be a siren rotator.

 

 

and ur lights are orange lol

what he said, also those beacons look a bit dim,  try this. I also hope you redid the materials, as the ones i made back then are shit. and id also suggest using the smooth tool on the whole thing

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