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Thread: GMax and 3DSMax (And any other modeling program) screenies/renders

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    Default GMax and 3DSMax (And any other modeling program) screenies/renders

    ...Please feel free to post your latest creative notions here, be-it 3DsMax, Blender, gmax, Google Sketchup, etc...

    Also, please feel free to ask questions & comments about posts on this thread...just keep it on topic!

    Thanks!
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    This is not meant to be anything, I was just learning by trial and error on gmax. I got to this point and realised it looks a little like a mini class 50

    *EDIT*

    This is as far i have got with this. I spent about 4hrs on it, learning all the way!

    Last edited by Peter8; July 23rd, 2007 at 09:13 AM.
    I'm too lazy to think of a signature - it will probably get lost again!

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    Default Nothing to see here move along

    a couple of days ago at their secret island base
    "QDR.........Trainz in Queensland"

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    Got a few things that have been taking up my time.. Not just Trainz, but will make in there..

    CAT 797B

    H1 Hummer

    A Container Ship (SXL class)

    And a Liquid-Asphalt Trasfer Terminal (Been working on this the most lately)

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    OK, Mines not quite a render, but it's close:



    I've got the animated wheels back from Ben Neal, maybe I'll think of finishing her if anyone is interested.

    Cheers,
    John

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    Some day I'll finish this thing..
    Slightly back from the dead.

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    Heres two things im working on


    Needs roof corrugation and an underbody..





    Phenom II X6 1090T B.E.@ 4.14GHz, GeForce GTX 590X2

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    an off the top of my head loco, its not even a non-fictional loco, its fictional, like dreddman's work, just not as brain twisting...



    If somes of you think it looks bad, i'm a begginer at gmax, thats teh 2nd thing ive built

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    Ahh yes, a work site office trailer... used by many contractors and railroads..



    Cheers,
    Adam
    Slightly back from the dead.

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    Hi
    here's one I made whilst practicing, not for trainz tho, far too many polys.
    its a horizontal mill engine built from plans in an engineering book.




    cheers
    Roy.

    I used to be confused, now I just don't know.

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    Not My work.
    Not Trainz.
    But the best Rendering I ever have seen.



    And - btw. 3DS Pix of stuff for an another Flight-Sim Game:
    "The Battle of Britain", by Baddox Games / Ubisoft;



    See here for further informations.
    Last edited by FSP; March 9th, 2011 at 02:43 PM.

    Ich mag alte ZŘge. / I like old trains.

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    Default NZR G12



    Heres my current project, The EMD G12 as built for the New Zealand Railways in 1955. Still a lot of detail work and textures to come.

    Cheers Caleb

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    Smile I can do that...... (thanks Yosser)



    This locomotive typical of the later series of the very successful Re 4/4 II class has been released. But presently it is undergoing serious "corrective surgery" to portray the wide variety of sub-species still riding the Swiss rails - Cab pending


    DSB Litra MY 1101 - something for the GM fans.
    This NOHAB portrays its original 1954 "off the assembly line" configuration. This model will be one of the most accurate ever presented in Trainz. It is built using original 1:10 NOHAB plans and extensive photo and tape measure research, which means all the little differences will be present as the individual locomotives are released.


    Danish old style DMU - a true classic. Complete with interior - passenger and luggage/mail/freight compartments and Cab (pending). As with the Litra My the Mo 1800 too is made from original DSB plans supported by extensive photo and tape measure research.


    Ge 4/4 III 649 - Swiss state of the art 1000mm narrow gauge electro locomotive of the Rhaetian Railways in a typical colourful commercial "skin"

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