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    KPEV T14







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    I've just ordered the KPEV pack from SLW. This interest in Prussian state railways have got me in it pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fant_autentico View Post
    KPEV T14






    amazing machine,
    WARNING! The Surgeon General has determined that the use of the simulator Trainz is highly addictive,

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    That locomotive T14 is a repaint of the SLW T16. It is also necessary to change the configuration of axes 0-5-0 for a 1-4-1, using 0-4-0 of SLW plus the front and rear axle that are of a Bigtrain locomotive.
    The T14 was a locomotive for passenger and freight trains.

    Regards, Javier

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    Are the driving wheels from SLW or BigTrain? I'm looking to try doing the T14 on my own, since I got the other KPEV steam locs

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    The 0-4-0 driving wheels are from SLW, from your screenshot locomotive. The point is that the locomotives of that package are only for freight trains.
    If you have more questions, tell me.

    (Do you have the T1 that I published on my website?)

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    I do have the T-1. What class of locos does the T 14 get it's non powered axles from?
    Last edited by shebashetan7; February 20th, 2020 at 08:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shebashetan7 View Post
    I do have the T-1. What class of locos does the T 14 get it's non powered axles from?
    I think it was the axes of Br.64 415

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    I also have plans to reskin the DRG T-3 on the DLS into KPEV paint. What shade of green should I use?

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    In these cases I use the opacity graduation with gimp. Above the area of ​​the original texture you want to change, you place a suitable color and adjust the opacity to 15% or 20% (not exact, you must test the percentage).In other programs there will be a similar tool.
    I put here the color I used.


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    I'm thinking of using olive drab.

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    If the result is good, why not? You can also paint it in light gray because in the factories and to make the catalog photo it was frequent to paint the locomotives in that color.

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    Here is the T 3

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    Nice reskin, I like it

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