Well, I finally bought another of N7’s older models, when I purchased the 57 Chevy convertable I was greatly disappointed, the model came in as a prop, didn’t work well at all in DS, and it also didn’t work well in Poser, though it was made for Poser.
So needless to say I was a little apprehensive about purchasing anymore of their cars, when they released their 34 and 32 Ford’s, I couldn’t resist, had to give them a try, and with trial and error, made them work well in DS4, and now DS4.5 Pro, so have been happy with their cars ever since.
So today, I decided to get another of their older releases, while I was still a little concerned, I also now know how to deal with certain things, like parenting just about everything to the mainbody, and that sort of thing, so today, I got me another 57 Chevy, this time, I got the Nomad.
I can hear Music now, “There are plenty of free ones out there! Why did you buy one?” The primary reason is because I wanted a better mesh than can be found at Sketchup, and so far, I’m not disappointed, the car loads just fine, (remember that with N7 models, you must not have anything else highlighted in the scene, better to load their cars into an empty scene), on this one, you need to parent the doors, the wheels, (all 4), both of the rear gates, the chrome and outside parts, and the inside parts, and the gold parts, everything should be parented to the Mainbody.
The shaders work fine on this car, I used Schurby’s 65 GTO chrome for the chrome on the Mainbody, the doors, the rear gates, all the wheels, I used the Ultamate Shader Collection metals gold for the gold trim, and DZFire’s shaders for the bodypaint, the car turned out pretty decents.