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Nemesis (Bat Outta Hell)

Plasma Cruiser added 9 months ago

A beautiful and stylish motorcycle, my first real attempt at one. Made while listening to Bat Out of Hell, the epic song by Meatloaf, on repeat for about four total hours over three days. 205 mph, and capable of beautifully sharp turns and hill climbing. Surprisingly effective in battle, though somewhat fragile. For your viewing pleasure. Hit the highway like a battering ram on your black phantom bike.

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Comments
8
Ratings
6
Practical Rating
7.0
Creative Rating
9.6
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Creative rating by benracer859.0
Creative rating by Desto110.0
Function rating by Gecko1356.0
Creative rating by Gecko1358.0
Function rating by Master_Hawk8.0
Creative rating by Master_Hawk10.0
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Master_Hawk
6 months ago
Much better than any motorbikes I've tried to make before

Ratings 8.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
TheSphereLord
6 months ago
Thank you! They are difficult to make, aren't they?
Gecko135
9 months ago
great work on hiding the side axel and the cosmetics fit really well. Have you tried different cosmetics for the lower section, there may be others that fit better.

Ratings 6.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
TheSphereLord
8 months ago
Thank you! I spent most of my time hiding those. I didn't try that many combinations for the bottom, but you're free to try if you want. Thanks again!
Desto1
9 months ago
Nice job

Ratings 10.0 creative0
TheSphereLord
9 months ago
Thanks! I spent most of my time getting the looks right. Thanks again!
benracer85
9 months ago
It is very nice, but damage that the lateral plasma is in the wrong direction. ^^

Ratings 9.0 creative0
TheSphereLord
9 months ago
Thanks! I'm not sure what you mean about the "lateral plasma" but it doesn't ultimately matter as it works pretty well either way. Thanks again!

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