How to create a mod for NR2003 Tutorial Video Series

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Everyone please NOTE: I'll be monitoring this thread and deleting any questions that are not on subject matter as presented to this series of vids. Be patient, all your questions could be answered in the vids in due time. We don't want 1000 questions being asked, this will only slow down the next vid in the series. Any other comments can be posted in the discussion thread right below this thread.
 
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Still working on the next part which focuses on modeling. I had recorded about 2+ hours but felt it was just too messy so deleted it and recorded another hour+ so far. Trying to keep each part under 2 hours at least. Don't want to skip any major stuff but at same time not go too fast so it doesn't make sense how I got from point A to B.
 

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Part 2 is completed and is looking like it going to clock in just under 2 hours long. I still need to finish editing/rendering it out then it will take awhile to upload. I won't be available much tomorrow until later in the night so chances are it will be a late Tuesday/Wednesday morning release.

Part 2 completely focuses on core modeling of a mod pretty much and even though its a long video its still quite high level and won't be a step by step process so you are still going to need to know some 3d modeling understanding/skill and how to use it.
 
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do i have to spend any money to do this?
I can't tell you for a absolute certainty that you don't, but I don't think you would have to spend anything beyond having a computer that will run the software. There are many paid programs to do this work with, but there are also a lot of free programs as well. For example, blender is a 3D rendering software that is free and can be used to build the car models.
 

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Yes Blender 3.0 would work just fine. Blender 2.8+ forward is how I model everything I make from NR2003 to more complex stuff.
 
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