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Old 31-08-2007, 09:29 AM   #1
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Default tire screetches on roads

I was wondering if you guys knew a quick and easy way to make those tire screeches when cars do fast turns and such.

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r u talking about the sound?

google "sound effects library" and its the first link .com

search for it on there
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oh I'm sorry I wrote that too fast. thanks for the reply though. I meant like how cars leave those black screech marks on the road right when they do fast turns and such. I was wondering how I could do that in maya. Like some way to gradually draw the screech mark on the road texture.
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Try using a plane.
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I would use either a layerd shader and an image sequence of the marks apperaing using a transparacy map, that way you can key it in and out.
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Yes the same result can be achieved with a PLANE but remember to have an alpha map done well.
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