Posted 06 January 2016 - 05:30 PM
Edited by RealityDesign, 08 January 2016 - 11:31 AM.
Hello/ Hi guys/Hi eveytone
My idea is quite simple, why not creating a community market for paint jobs in GTA ONLINE?
Let me explain:
It's easy, you just have to go to Berny's Original and create your paint job with shapes and layers (like in the Rockstar logo editor).
Then you save it and your creation will automatically appear in the sale part of the website in order to be sold at your fixed price.
You will earn full price on each one of your sold paint jobs.
Naturally, you'll also be able to keep your creations for yourself without adding them to the online store.
This project will contain a sale side where every GTA ONLINE players of a same platform will be able to buy paint jobs from the store.
Moreover, a price limitation would be quite necessary to prevent huge money transfer. Because we all agree that a paint job for $10,000,000 doesn
doesn't make sense.
Also, we're added a report button to prevent all copyright issues.
Concerning copyright between players, the sale will be blocked if you wish to resell a paint job to another player, for obvious reasons.
The goal is to be able to create paint jobs for all the available vehicles on GTA ONLINE which can be modified in a garage.
To begin, find the kit on the website, as well as the project kit provided in the game.
This system will help to give an economic boost to GTA ONLINE.
Please find some videos below for more details about this project.
The community seems to be very enthusiastic about this, as proven by the numerous comments on the videos. In fact, 98% of the comments of a famous youtuber French ( Bysankah ) are in favour of this project on GTA ONLINE.
Here are some images:
Let's talk about the editing side of Benny's Original Motor Work.
The editor allows to create your own paint jobs and publish them in the FlockingProject market.
Please find below the editing menu:
Do not hesitate to give me your feedback about this project!
You can send me your ideas, your opinion, positive or negative aspects and please be constructive in your feedback.
This project has been quite demanding for me but I
I've been wanting to present it to RockstarGame for a very long time.
For more information, please see the videos below which explain this project more thoroughly.
(this content vidéo and images are french, because i'am french enjoy !)
Posted 06 January 2016 - 06:24 PM
Edited by stonedpimpso, 06 January 2016 - 06:37 PM.
my console would have to download up to 50 custom liveries for up to 30 people. That's 1500 car wraps, even if they are just a connect the dots emblem style it seems like it would be too much.
don't think its feasible even if it is an awesome idea.
Download what ? His idea is similar to the R* emblem editor.
The textures and everything will be added to the game.
Your console will only download JSON files just like how your console load the contact missions and online heists with JSON files.
The JSON file will have variables that choose which texture should be used + is it placed left or right ..etc
Basically your console will only download a text file that will decide which texture should be used and where to place it.
But up to 1500 json files...
that not a lot I take it?
How many json files do we get per session right now?
Considering the popularity of Gun skins in CS, I can bet R* has this in the works. It'll be a shark card gold mine at 100+k / wrap
What would really be awesome is if you got a cut of GTA$ for what your livery sells. Like the extra RP for getting your custom jobs liked. Say you have a car skin that goes viral, you could be a legit billionaire.
Posted 06 January 2016 - 06:40 PM
Edited by eyman, 06 January 2016 - 06:49 PM.
Love the Idea. A parody of something like Forza's would be cool. it will allow me to finally design liveries for my cars to look like racing cars or make them look like the LSPD. They can finally have a better purpose for these logos.
(These are IV's but they can also add GTA V's parody business brands.)
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It's pretty much useless to do so, honestly. Developpers do not read Support, and Support agents are not from Rockstar. If you want real chances of the Devs seeing (and maybe considering) your project, you sould e-mail it to them: [email protected]
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