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Meet @Bigams, Knowledgeable, Whiz and Superman. This is what community members have labeled Bigams as to be. I agree. I've recently spoke with him privately and got to get the lowdown on what's in his creative process.

 

What was it like when you first started getting into modding; Compared to now in today's age? What's the biggest change; What do you miss about starting off in modding?

I really got into the modding community around a year ago, it seemed pretty cool. At the time, LSPDFR was the main modding hub with no other real contesters to its "rule", I guess you could say. Back then, I remember seeing people like Gump, BradM, Maurice and eventually Krul posting their own stuff, I looked up to them. Now that I've become a developer, primarily releasing outfitted vehicles publicly, I've seen a lot of others like me trying to start doing the same thing. From what I can remember a year ago, it was basically just a set of people that would release good, high quality vehicles and liveries. Especially recently I've seen a lot more people start up, releasing vehicles and liveries within a very wide spectrum of quality and originality. What do I miss? I remember the way I saw the community when I first started out, I thought it was small and tight knit. Now though, it's as if it's exploded with all these new people and it's pretty cool to see. With that though comes conflict. I guess you could say that's what I miss... I was more innocent, in a way. I never realized what was going on, what livery wasn't good, what car wasn't good, this persons that, thats persons this kind of thing. Now that I'm so involved with it all it's really hard to go back.

 

What encourages and empowers your creative process and juices?

Originally when I started out I loved everything the community had to offer. However as time went on I began to want to create my own vehicles with my personal light pattern, outfitting etc. Nowadays I continue due to the sheer amount of support I've had from people.

 

If you couldn't create content? What would you personally do?

I most likely would've moved on from GTA now. Typically I'm looking for something greater as I find it hard to stick with one thing for a long time. It's one of the reasons I got into development in the first place. In terms of what I'd do, I'd probably be, trying, to do liveries or development for some other game. 

 

What's your favourite content that you've created or currently working on right now?

Bigams personally prefers his BCSO Tahoe and 2018 Chargers. I invested a bunch of hours into this and I personally believe it's highly rated and well made. Feel free to message me if you have questions or want to ask me questions.

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