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  1. #391
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    Big Boy has been big talk as of late, especially with his inaugural run up to Ogden to commemorate the 150th anniversary of that golden spike.

    That's good stuff, USSc1798, Trainz has been long overdue for an updated Big Boy. Looking forward to the eventual release of what looks like a UP pack in the making.

    Until then, there's no need to rush. Keep it up, and hope for the best!
    Operator Of The Longest Train Ever Assembled In A Game

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    Wow, I`ll even say it backwords Wow. Nice work. -Robert-

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    Any activity recently?

    It's been so long since anybody's posted on here, this thread is starting to collect dust!

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    Most of us are busy with real life atm.

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    What are the next future locomotive releases in the backshops?

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    Traiman7616 is working on a generic light pacific pack which will be the next major payware release. He will also be releasing a WM K2 as Freeware and and then maybe Sierra #3
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    Basically what he said.

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    But even so, the previous models you've already made are still top notch!

    One thing I like most about some of your locomotives (like your 2-8-0 Consolidations, 2-8-2 Mikados, and 2-10-2 Santa Fe's) is how you can change different parts on the locomotives (such as bell positions, pilots or cowcatchers, and even add on smoke deflectors) to fit your own image, and that gave me a bit of an idea...

    If you decide make anymore old 1800's era locomotives and if you apply these same features to them, maybe one you could try is that you could change the locomotive's smokestack as well, since many wood burning steam engines at the time had many different spark arresting smokestacks of all shapes, sizes, and designs. What do you think of that idea?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBarnes005 View Post
    Traiman7616 is working on a generic light pacific pack which will be the next major payware release. He will also be releasing a WM K2 as Freeware and and then maybe Sierra #3
    Are those going to have wheels that only turn on the drivers, as well?

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    If you are referring to the SP 4-8-4s that were released. Talk to TrainzForge about the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdkoester View Post
    Are those going to have wheels that only turn on the drivers, as well?
    Haha are you referring to my GS engines? Those models are nearly two years old now, I barely knew how to animate at the time

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    Just wondering what exactly happened to ussc challengers

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    He has been busy with school and work. If I remember, he said he was gonna rework em but id rather he answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by daylightrain View Post
    Haha are you referring to my GS engines? Those models are nearly two years old now, I barely knew how to animate at the time
    Oh, well the last anouncements that showed the finished products was this year, I thought. My mistake, didn't realize those were two years old, forgive me. I'll delete them.

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    This year was when I finished them however they had been in development now for almost 2 years.

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