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    Part three... (Final part!)




    Here,we catch the locomotive uncoupled from the coaches,heading to the roundhouse.



    Here,we catch the locomotive about to enter one of the stalls.



    And yes Philskene,I did this all in cab mode. And I didn't go over 30MPH.
    ... failure is always an option!

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    Currently working on a 2 baseboard US layout that covers 3 different regions/biomes; desert, plains, and forestry. I've made a start on the desert region and somewhat the plains/forest blend region - as well as designing my own backdrops to suit. I really wanted to challenge myself and see how seamlessly I can make vastly differing regions blend in a small area.

    Hopefully I don't make a complete mess of it and have this done in a few weeks and ready for release.








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    Default wippic diorama

    ... working on a new diorama ... starting from hagapito40's mrr staging yard module with helix (<kuid:714951:100287>) ...


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    Some interesting projects underway. Most welcome.

    RailFan -- that's the advantage of "standard" gauge. While my layouts obviously follow North American practices I try to make them generic enough so that all types of locomotives (engines) and freight cars (wagons) don't look too out of place.

    Phil

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    MRL gas local working its way south. The layout is based on HO Granite Falls Ethanol RR by Rolf Malmborg. This variation features minimum 3' radius curves (in yard) / 4' main line, and a maximum grade of 1in40 (2.2%).







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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstSoloFlight View Post
    MRL gas local working its way south. The layout is based on HO Granite Falls Ethanol RR by Rolf Malmborg. This variation features minimum 3' radius curves (in yard) / 4' main line, and a maximum grade of 1in40 (2.2%).






    Looks great so far! I'm really impressed by your texturing job on the desert part, but may I suggest swapping out the tall trees out for smaller shrubs, or the built in honey mesquite trees? You'd be hard pressed to find trees like that in a desert in North or South America, the trees you have on there look more like African or Australian type desert tree. Great job regardless, and thanks for your great assets you make as well.

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    I'm working on a new M120 module, eh!

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    A misty morning...

    Common Beech's (fagus sylvatica) planted at Phil's playground...


    Winter...

    Jan
    Last edited by jankvis; January 12th, 2019 at 12:04 AM. Reason: added winter shot
    chasing sunbeams...

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    @FirstSoloFlight: Looks great so far!

    Took a few weeks off after the last release and started on a new project over the holidays. Debating whether to complete this is TANE or TRS19.



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    Doing a pickup at Coldwater Fuel

    NARM's site^

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    Slowly putting together something for the M120 crew. A lot more detail and fine tuning going into pre-planning of this one. Completely new texture sets, model railroad fascia assets that work with JR content, new backdrops, room assets, ballast splines instead of ballasted tracks. Still not completely happy with this but it's progress. Using TSMs ballast splines as a placeholder while getting textures right.




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    That's looking very, very good.
    I like the contrast of the dark surroundings which causes you to focus on the models.
    You also prove that you don't need lots of track to make a scene look authentic.
    Graham,
    EM Modelz


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