@Louzre There are so many different ways you can do this, conceivably. GTA5 has cemetery props and objects already.
A simple way would be to bind a script to a key and spawn manually.
Another way would be to edit the appearance of the prop in your video editor.
Out of the box GTA5 also supports fade in and out as well as visual effects through trainers and scripting, but as an art student you can make the magic appear in your video editor, depending on whether you use screen capture software and post processing and editing or R* editor.
@Aurora11 Hey, I can't publish it because the mod already exists by another form and it's better than mine : https://fr.gta5-mods.com/tools/no-gtavlauncher it's the same thing but it delete the RG files verification, so his updates. ( you can also play online in a previous version if you don't have mods) you're welcome
The PH Devs have a habit of getting hold or porting WIP mods then not returning them to the original creator to retain exclusivity of the mods. As a rule of thumb, if its on PH and unreleased, it likely wont be for a long time.
Maybe late, maybe useless, but I'll offer
Try to "become a character" and turn on the recording. And during the recording, already with a 3rd person camera, look up so that the hero looks up. Or try aiming a grenade/snowball and choose the best camera angle. Or do the same in 1st person.
Hi, I can't upload any pictures to my mod, is 5mods' server down currently or something? I could upload it two days ago, also sorry for mutiple uploads bcs I can only test whether it's working by uploading it.
@Jitnaught i don't surf the dark web, so i have no idea what you're referring to. If you think http is dangerous, well not for me. I bank and trade online and those sites are https even with that setting. You're assuming wrongly ive disabled https, not the case, im just careful where i surf.
@squirrelsinmyrectum Don't worry about the file called update2.rpf, this file is newly introduced and doesn't figure into the current modding environment as it stands today.
As for the vanilla update.rpf, yes copy it to your mods/update folder. Going forward this is where you'll make changes to dlclist.xml when you install addons. It's also where you will install the mod version of your gameconfig.xml, and you might make other file edits here.
Always backup this file and watch out for OIV installers which are well intended but terribly executed. They often will replace both your gameconfig.xml and dlclist.xml. This is an incredibly stupid practice that some selfish or just plain moronic creators employ to ensure that their mod takes priority over all others. So you lose all your addon entries and end up with a gameconfig.xml that is likely completely out of date for your version of GTA5.