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    Quote Originally Posted by USSc1798 View Post
    Even for TS12, those are some pretty nifty pics there hiawathamr!.
    Thank you Austin
    Yeah, I especially like the button one, its more real looking if you ask me

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    CLC 2003 and 2008 wait to head over to the Paper/Lumber Mill complex on my personal iPortal route,


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    Current WIP. There is going to be Conrail and Conrail Quality versions, 10 numbers per scheme. Some clean and some weathered.


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    Nice work Trainman10!

    Now, a question...
    Do you prefer
    Coal?...

    Or Oil?

    Please pardon the tender trucks in the wrong position, also, note that they are not mine....
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    Why not both!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiawathamr View Post
    Why not both!?
    Thats too logical...
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    Quote Originally Posted by USSc1798 View Post
    Thats too logical...
    lol
    1, 2, 3, 4, characters

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    I agree ... Both are better than one

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    Hello all,

    I have made some progress on my FEFs recently.
    First, I have created TTG-Y and TTG-S skins for the locomotives, also, have applied skin changer to the locomotives so that users can select how weathered and beaten they want the locomotive to look. I am also in the process of applying this to the tenders. I have also organized the meshes and textures into libraries.



    This might be of some interest to some people, but the three locos in the following image are actually all the same asset. Just with different settings. These settings also apply to the other locomotives as well. (Excluding the tenders of course.)

    Take care folks!
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    Wow, that looks really good! Can't wait to see it completed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris2001trainz2010 View Post
    Wow, that looks really good! Can't wait to see it completed.
    Thanks!
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    DUDE!!!!! Love 'em! Can't wait to test them and use them for my series.

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    I'm amazed by this, keep up the good work!

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    Austin, amazing work dude!
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    Hello beta testing!







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