|Llamaghini Amenazador Version 2 Roadster
Presenting the Llamaghini Amenazador Version 2 Roadster.
The Amenazador version 2 Roadster is a highly detailed model both inside and out and comes in two versions, one for Iray and one for 3Delight.
The model has 32 moving parts which are controlled by 34 pose controls located both at the top level of the model and also on the different body parts for easy posing. Doors wing open on a single dial and the steering wheel and the front tires are connected and have a steering ration of 16:1.
The suspension is rigged to mimic the push rod suspension system found in most super sports cars and race cars. Additional pose controls were created to allow animators to rotate all the tires at once and swing both mirrors in at the same time. The windshield wipers have bones but are locked in place. The bones are there for any animator who wishes to animate them.
There are also 99 nodes on the LCD display that can be made visible or invisible via the scene tab to change the time, Km/h, distance traveled and the gears.
The vehicle has 276 material zones that are all organized in to 13 groups. The 3Delight version of the car uses the Uber Surface shader that comes with Daz Studio and the Iray version of the car uses both the Daz Uber Iray shader and some of the Nvidia MDL shaders that come with Daz Studio.
There are two copies of both the Iray and 3Delight verision. The Full Load version will load the car with all 4 hubs and the front wing. The second one will only load the car, the hubs and the front wing will not load up with the car. This was done so if you own the Llamaghini Amenazador Version 2 Addon Kit you can pick and choose without having to remove the default set.
The mesh lights built into the car are only used by the Iray version of the car. The LCD screen on the Iray version is also a meshlight.
Below is a list of the installation package types provided by this product. The name of each package contains a Package Qualifier, which is used as a key to indicate something about the contents of that package.
[ ] = Optional, depending on target application(s)
Not all installation packages provide files that are displayed to the user within the interface of an application. The packages listed below, do. The application(s), and the location(s) within each application, are shown below.
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