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    That sounds like an interesting project BOGIEMAN. Hostthenpost is gone, but you can create an account and upload on many hosting sites. Imgur or Flickr work well.
    Regards Ron

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    Thanks, will give them a try.

    Regards

    Bogieman

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    Hi robd,

    A time ago I started using Opera as my site and discovered for whatever that trying to load up my site to look I couldn't. However when I go back to Microsoft the site comes up fine and can look through the whole thing and all the various slideshows for each line.

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    Regards Ron

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    WOW, now that is the sort of quality that all Trainz loco's and rolling stock should aspire to.

    Particularly payware.

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    The Black 5 looks; somewhat wonderful, and will be a much valued addition, truly a work of art from your good self.

    There are still a few working, albeit in preservation 'mode' today.

    26 MAY 2019

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHhFa63_9yk

    Many thanks,

    evilcrow
    Last edited by evilcrow; May 27th, 2019 at 03:45 PM. Reason: Added video link

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    That Black 5 looks good, probably the best looking Black 5 model yet seen in Trainz judging by the screenshot! I like the very realistic looking black texturing.

    Rob.

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    That is looking terrific. Reminds me a Black 5 appeared in my dream last night.

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    Rather superb!
    Digging away in MSTS & TANE...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    That is looking terrific. Reminds me a Black 5 appeared in my dream last night.
    Hmm! I've no doubt there's some obscure Freudian explanation for the appearance of a Black 5 in your dreams!

    Rob.

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    The Black 5 looks absolutely stellar Ron! It certainly shaping up to be an amazing locomotive!

    I've been silent for a while since I've been caught up on working out the kinks in the Southampton Project and I have started on a few locomotives to fill out the Withered Arm Route I am working on updating.

    Here's a list of what I am working on at the moment:

    GWR 9400 Class 5% Complete

    GWR 1600 Class 5% Complete

    GWR 1000 Class 10% Complete

    GWR 4300 Class 25% Complete

    GWR 4900 Class 10% Complete

    GWR 6800 Class 10% Complete

    GWR 7800 Class 10% Complete


    LSWR B4 Class Finished (Texturing WIP)

    LBSCR E1 Class 20% Complete

    LBSCR E2 Class 0% Complete

    LBSCR K Class 30% Complete

    SR S100 USA Tank 35% Complete


    SR Standards:

    SR Maunsell U Class 25% Complete

    SR Maunsell N Class 20% Complete

    SR Maunsell V Class 10% Complete

    SR Maunsell W Class 10% Complete


    BR Standards:

    BR Standard 3MT Tank 20% Complete

    BR Standard 5MT 10% Complete

    I was going to work on a model of the BR Standard 4MT Tank as well, but I don't know what the progress on yours is Ron. I am trying to tackle one model at a time so most of them won't be completed for a while. However, I hope I can learn to master PBR Textures like you have once they are ready for exporting!

    Tanker46

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    Nice project list Tanker. I was hoping to eventually get around go some of the BR Standards myself, I could probably help you with the Standard 5MT since parts are common with the Black 5. Also the pipework and smaller details could get very tricky.

    As for the 4MT 2-6-4T I wanted to work on it this summer but conveniently none of them stayed on the LMR/WCML past 1961; probably due to the wealth of Stanier, Fowler, and Fairburn 2-6-4Ts which the Standard 4MTs were an improvement upon. If I do pick up a 2-6-4T it would be the Fairburn. I’ll see if I can pass the BR 4MT onto you, it would be much much much more fitting for your region.

    For longer term projects I want to wrap up the Black 5 so I can modify the mesh to a Stanier 8F, and a new Britannia project converted to a 9F.
    Regards Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by robd View Post
    Hmm! I've no doubt there's some obscure Freudian explanation for the appearance of a Black 5 in your dreams!

    Rob.
    ...if only. 87, having TS 19 inspired (?) nightmares

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    That's Awesome Ron! To be honest, I would absolutely love to do a collaboration with you to make the Standard Five. Out of all the BR Standards it is one that is sorely needed to fill in many of the routes in TANE and TS2019.

    As for the 4MT, I would love to have a crack at it (with authorized parties permission of course) but I would definitely need some guidance to perfect it. I wonder if you'd be up to working on a Standard 3MT with me too sometime in the future?

    I think you should take a shot at the Stanier 3P in my honest opinion. It was a hugely successful 2-6-4T that found its way to many areas of the UK even outside the LMS Network. I was researching the GCR Mainline that Pflindley is working on and discovered that it was one of the most common locomotives found at the Sheds all along the route. It would definitely be worth a look at and I've got the diagrams for it if you want them!


    Tanker46

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    I'm continuing to make pre-grouping era rolling stock. I mostly make what I need myself, but occasionally something will take my fancy and I'll make it even though it never would have been seen in Norfolk. I can't offer a project list of things to come because I often don't know what I'm going to make next until about half an hour before I start.
    Narcolepsy is not napping.

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