Hello all! I am kicking off a new YouTube channel everywhere I can to gauge if there is interest in creating realistic cars in Automation. Most YouTubers, when they do mess around with Automation, often make fun stream cars, but not very realistic ones. This channel is about making accurate vehicles for a specific time and place. Please leave any comments or suggestions for the next video either here or on YouTube. Thanks.
This is probably the most informative and detailed Automation video I’ve ever watched. I really appreciate how you explain design decisions and create custom details like the front fenders. Very good video, keep it up
Watched and subscribed, and left a comment on YouTube. I’ll admit, it was a mighty fine looking station wagon.
As for cars I’d like to see done realistically, I suppose I could leave a small list in no particular order, and with no particular demand. If they come up, that’s great. If they don’t, no big deal.
You mentioned an 80’s German Executive in the video, and that’s one I’d enjoy seeing.
A 90’s cheap Japanese Compact wouldn’t be a bad idea, given the popularity of cars like the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla.
Possibly a realistic take on a 60’s American Muscle car, instead of the usual ‘Muscle car, but we put a V12 or V16 in it, because more is better’ that I typically see on YouTube.
Something late 2000’s to 2010’s crossover / small SUV might also be interesting.
Again, no real order, absolutely no pressure, just ideas for vehicles. (And, yeah, they’re all vehicles I have more than just a little difficulty with designing. I’m good with most 70’s or 80’s designs, but it’s not too hard to design a box… When things start getting round, I start having trouble.)
Actually, Audis (except for the small ones like 50, A3, TT) is longitudinal FWD (or AWD). But that’s not very important in this case and the video seems interesting. Actually, you can’t make a realistic 80s FWD Audi clone in Automation if it has not changed very lately because longitudinal FWD can’t be combined with torsion beam rear suspension.