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SA Tutorials / Re: Complete San Andreas Racing Guide
« on: January 13, 2021, 09:59:39 AM »
Hello guys,

Refreshing the ol' thread with a new part of Tutorials series:

PART 4  - SPOTS TO AVOID & TO MAKE USE OF IN SAN ANDREAS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94t63L4aP7I

It's all about problematic and helpful collisions in San Andreas, considering racer's point of view of course. I suppose the first part of the video, the problematic stuff, might be of use for you too!

Wow, big props for making this video! It is really need to know thing for those who have no clue about slowroads and shortcuts. It wasn't new information for me, since I was part of mta racing back in the days, and ofc, slowroads is a known thing for stunters, but you guys, did a great job on the video and editing was also very good. Well done guys!

Could I ask you sir what was your nickname back then? We got a few oldheads still playing, so it's a big chance you'll be remembered :P

Herrarge was my stunting tutor. It's so hard to wrap my head around the fact that a lot of people just learned from tutorials or stunting videos.

I don't really see a problem in that. I don't think everyone likes the theoretics of this game, theoretics that for us are the most fun part, when learning new stuff, observing things and seeking for more what's not been discovered...Some just stick to following what's been developed, more of a conformistic way. Game needs both types of people I suppose :P

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SA Tutorials / Re: All 11 "stunt school" lessons/videos
« on: October 27, 2020, 05:07:13 PM »
I spread 2nd lesson amongst MTA Racing community, since I seen some guys not making use of RAD's method. It was nicely described, and that's great such a popular channel as yours points it out there are such things in this San Andreas world a casual gamer may not be aware of, and that boost one's gameplay.

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SA Tutorials / Re: Complete San Andreas Racing Guide
« on: May 29, 2020, 03:13:21 PM »
Hello guys,

The topic has been refreshed with an arrival of a new tutorial:

PART 3 - USEFUL WAYS: AVOIDING SLOWROADS, LINES, CUTS & MORE
https://youtu.be/YKMIcRgGRkI

It's 20 minutes long and I hope the quantity meets the quality there ;)
I hope it will be of any use to you, since I know you struggled with them slowroads for a little. I also used the song from Fugitive's bumps tutorial, since it really fit the overall feeling of a first part of the vid ;d Enjoy.


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SA Tutorials / Re: Complete San Andreas Racing Guide
« on: April 20, 2020, 04:32:09 AM »
Fun watch. Not a racer tho.
Quick reminder that this gtastunting community still does not have a proper stunting guides. 16 years btw.
[spoiler_block]16 YEARS[/spoiler_block]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7p4pCs49qo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLcXa9Ok1ug
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5RNDT-_qb4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNzBX3fy_00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UN01elJmR4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6yGyVQlXLk

 \_(ツ)_/

I've been searching for RAD's Tapping method tutorial from Fugitive and noticed the video is set to private, I thought it was so for all of his stuff....Seems I was wrong, thanks for sharing that!

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SA Tutorials / Re: Complete San Andreas Racing Guide
« on: April 19, 2020, 08:14:39 AM »
Fun watch. Not a racer tho.
Quick reminder that this gtastunting community still does not have a proper stunting guides. 16 years btw.
[spoiler_block]16 YEARS[/spoiler_block]

I'd rate Fugitive's guides as proper (actually they kinda pushed me into doing similar stuff for racing), even tho they're gone from streaming services.

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SA Tutorials / Complete San Andreas Racing Guide
« on: April 19, 2020, 06:06:02 AM »
Hello fellow stunters.

This topic will be updated - might not be regularly, but what's planned below will be out in some days/months/years. As for now I upload two parts of MTA Racing Tutorials, which I think might be useful also for your cruises through SA.

PART 1 - HOW TO SET UP YOUR OWN SERVER FOR TRAINING PURPOSES
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQ8LlwQ7CJM

PART 2 - 45 CUTS FOR SAN ANDREAS RACING
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbEkbFnhVPA

PART 3 - USEFUL WAYS: AVOIDING SLOWROADS, LINES, CUTS & MORE
https://youtu.be/YKMIcRgGRkI

PART 4  - SPOTS TO AVOID & TO MAKE USE OF IN SAN ANDREAS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94t63L4aP7I

PART 5 (TBA) - HYDRA RACING & STUNTING GUIDE
PART 6 (TBA) - PAD VERSUS KEYBOARD - THE NEVERENDING BATTLE. OVERVIEW OF CONTROL METHODS

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SA Un-Modded Video Releases / Re: Hydra Stunting ALMANAC
« on: November 12, 2019, 03:42:40 AM »
your gta looks neat and you had some great cinematics in this video
solid hydra tricks too, though some could've been improved a little bit
a surprising video for me, good job on that
pozdro wariacie

Not that much has been changed actually when we talking about graphical side of the game. It's only a Skyline timecyc and Project2dFX for lights, I thought graphics may worsen due to this being recorded on SA-MP  :lol:
Pozdro!

Thanks for all the responses guys.

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SA Un-Modded Video Releases / Hydra Stunting ALMANAC
« on: November 10, 2019, 10:12:03 AM »
By the definition, "Almanac" is a publication containing miscellany of informations for upcoming days. This video, published in 2019 was meant to show you, that even although we're playing a 15-year-old game we think we know all about, there's still a plenty of tricks, stunts and combos to be introduced and done.

Welcome to Hydra Stunting Almanac, my one and only
hydra stunting solo.




PS. Recorded on UIF, a SA-MP server.
PS2. Don't mind I registered in 2010 and it's my first post since then :lol:

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