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Thread: Trainz Forge: Routes, Reskins and Renders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isegrinns View Post
    Hi,

    thats entirely my fault.

    Last year I emigrated to Sweden and didnt have much time to take care of our website, sadly, as the "other life" is kinda demanding; different language, different culture and so on.
    Nevertheless, soon the work season here is over and I have some time to hopefully be able to fix some stuff and get all the piled up goodies online, at least.


    Thanks for your patience
    André
    "Work season is over" Pardon my caps but NO IT AIN'T I am extremely glad to hear these news, and hopefully we can get a new admin or two up before you have to disappear again, not to mention lots of content.

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    If you guys need some help with maintaining the site I would be glad to help out.

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    ~Coleton

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    Those are really nice, especially the SIRR one. It has a great paint scheme. These are the kind of cabooses that would look great on small-time, backwoods shortlines.
    Back after a long break

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    That might be the first piece of Spokane International rolling stock in Trainz! Kudos to remembering a fallen flag!

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    Some WIP NP steamers, W-3 and W-5 Mikados. The W-3 tender needs some work, extended coal bunker, correct light position, variations with a doghouse and an oil bunker. Plus the W-5 needs an accurate, longer tender. Huge thanks goes to Ben Neal for letting me edit his USRA 2-8-2 into these steamers.
    ~Coleton

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    Very nicely done Colton. I like the look of them so far good job. Plus well done on those caboose. You did a fantastic job on them too.

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    What track are you using?

    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonbarno View Post
    pics of horseshoe curve
    Hey Jackson, that looks like horseshoe curve. Is that your own creation, or someone else's??? Nice!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaeleba View Post
    What track are you using?

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    It's a custom reskin, I don't know the original asset.

    Quote Originally Posted by wpn96 View Post
    Hey Jackson, that looks like horseshoe curve. Is that your own creation, or someone else's??? Nice!!!
    Originally it is from STMSoccer. He's now gone, and we've thrown about the idea of working more with it to finish what he started. Jackson's made the most progress so no we're running on his progress.

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    My goal is to both extend it some in each direction and upgrade the scenery with more up to date assets and some custom items.

    Not making any promises but going up to Cresson isn't out of the picture in the long term future.

    As for the track, it's one of a set of custom reskins of JR's track to match TSM ballast. As of mow I haven't asked for release permissions because I have no intentions of even thinking about releasing it until I have a finished route.
    Last edited by jacksonbarno; June 29th, 2016 at 12:55 AM.


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    woah! those wp locos are sick!

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    Fantastic shots ( Jackson ) Seems to be some rekindled interest for the route . Yours and others have been showing some vary nice pics, and it's great to see of the old Pennsy Horseshoe curve .

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