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  1. Alco mania!

    As many of you know, I opened my mouth (Virtual mouth?) whilst recovering from and injury, and the Alco project has resulted... I rcvd permission to convert MANY different type of Alco Locomotives over from MSTS to Trainz. As far as I can tell, its been a hit with many people!

    Currently, I just released 2 cleaner versions of the previous PRR C25 engines, check em out at my site.

    Many many more to come, I have something like 100 different versions to convert. Something for ...
  2. The Deadliest Kvetch

    by , February 5th, 2012 at 12:20 AM (The Deadliest Kvetch)
    This Trainz Blog will primarily be published for the discussion of reskinning of buildings, although other topics may occasionally arise as well.

    I will still be posting in the Freeware Forum as far as releases are concerned, but feedback for existing models, suggestions for new businesses, and suggestions for models to reskin are welcome here. I also have some new ideas I would like to discuss concerning techniques and presentation and I would prefer to discuss subjects such as those ...
  3. When fourms go out...

    Quote Originally Posted by tycoonk4 View Post
    I change reskinning programs and make new reskins.

    Now I am using Photoshop CS2.

    And I got the hang of paths.
  4. Screenshot of the Week archive: July to December 2011

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    Due to the character limit of 10,000 for blog posts, the second half of the list of 2011 Screenshot of the Week contests will be located here.

    The list is sorted from latest to earliest.

    December 25, 2011, to January 1, 2012 (submissions - voting).
    December 18 to December 25 (submissions - voting).
    December 11 to December 18 (submissions - voting).
    December 4 to December ...

    Updated March 7th, 2012 at 07:40 PM by Retro00064 (Replaced hyphens with proper bullets; removed unnecessary "2011" header above the list.)

    Screenshot of the Week archives
  5. The Norfolk Southern CNO&TP Division...BLOGGED!

    Blogs! What a wonderful feature. I can also finally make updates on my personal route thanks the the new feature allowing me to upload images from my computer. The old way via Photobucket was such a pain in the backside.

    Anyhow, there's an old thread in screenshots somewhere on here where I attempted to post updates, the photo process was tiring.
    Alas, I have decided to post a blog about this route I'm working on.

    As of 2/3/12:
    I have now completed basic track ...