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Thread: Australian screenshots

  1. #34621
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    Thanks guys! The puddles are part of some new ground textures that I'm working on for TRS19. It's using the seasonal function, where the last month of each 'season' has wither a puddle version, or a 'wet weather' version, of that season's texture (will generally be summer, winter, and then a separate 'snow' one without a puddle). I may look at using different seasons to give either 'patchy' or 'heavy' snow as well


    Hopefully have some more shots to show soon, been too busy lately to do much stuff that actually looks interesting

    Regards
    Zec


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    A quick photo from the cab of X31 whilst unloading some VHGF hoppers...


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    Quote Originally Posted by S301 View Post
    ... some new ground textures ...
    ... really great those terrific puddles .. searching and waiting for such kind of textures for a long time .. also for wet asphalt ... like to create a wet, rainy, nightshift industrial diorama ... i don't have the skills to make them my self .. so i wait patiently ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy3b3 View Post
    ... new concrete driveways ...
    ... thankz a lot for your creations .. i have plans to use them in an urban diorama-wip ... very nice ...

    ... thankz everybody here for sharing your views & skills ...
    grtz
    daveric

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    Where are the normal warm colors like in the Tane shots?
    Come and sit in some Australian summer weather on a 35 to 45 degree day and I think you will find that it well represented in the screenshot. Heat glare makes everything very bright yet the sky usually has a very heavy heat haze, or dust making it somewhat darker. A bit different to what you are used to in the Netherlands, although you too get heat haze due to humidity in the summer. The closest Europe has to Australia climate wise, would possibly be Spain and Portugal in July - August Made me homesick when I was there.
    cheers
    Pete

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    another update on 2800s have finally got flat roofs on the Aurizon locos

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    VR X Class Series 1 now available from our website


  7. #34627
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    Quote Originally Posted by lesley View Post
    VR X Class Series 1 now available from our website
    Thanks Tom for your hard work. I actually felt guilty seeing that guards van on the pass, as I helped destroy one at Traralgon one morning. We reversed it down 4 tracks at once and "Granny" Davis only noticed and stopped pushing back with the L class when the van hit a staunchion and brought the overhead down. That cost me a $5 fine for not looking back.
    Thanks again Tom.
    cheers
    Graeme

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    Beautiful work there Tom. I spotted it on Facebook. Well done mate.

    Cheers,
    Roy

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    Great work on the footpath and driveway's Roy! I look forward to using them, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesharpe View Post
    Great work on the footpath and driveway's Roy! I look forward to using them, thanks.

    Thanks Mike, I've also been working on some typical old suburban shops, which you'll find around Sydney. I'm particularly interested in those that have a decorative facade and found in the older suburbs.

    Here are the first 4 sets of shops I've just uploaded to the DLS.

    <kuid2:508637:22173:1> AUS SHOPS 1
    <kuid2:508637:22174:1> AUS SHOPS 2
    <kuid2:508637:22175:1> AUS SHOPS 3
    <kuid2:508637:22176:1> AUS SHOPS 4


    There's one which can be used on a corner,..


    Remember, if you don't like them, don't whinge, just delete them!

    Cheers,
    Roy

  11. #34631
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    Nice work Roy just grabbed all your footpath/drive way stuff mate so thanks heaps and i'll certainly be keeping my eye out for the shops as we can always use more aussie stuff so keep up the great work, Trying to learn signalling using Ranger_51's new lot of signals. I actually have no idea but it kinda looks pretty neat i reckon lol.


    Cheers Mick.

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    Nice shot Mick. Good luck with the signals mate. When it's signals,.. It's just a guessing game for me,... so long as they work and let the trains go when I want them to, then it's fine by me.

    These are a few colonial-style shops around Sydney, I've just uploaded to the DLS.

    These are the kuids,..

    <kuid2:508637:22135:1> COLONIAL SHOPS 6
    <kuid2:508637:22136:1> COLONIAL SHOPS 7
    <kuid2:508637:22171:1> COLONIAL SHOPS 9
    <kuid2:508637:22172:1> COLONIAL SHOPS 10
    <kuid2:508637:22246:1> COLONIAL SHOPS 11
    <kuid2:508637:22247:1> Colonial Shops 12






    Cheers,
    Roy

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    Yeah since i put the trains there i know who is around so if it's red i'm punching it thru anyways Roy, Those shops will fit Newcastle down to a tee well done mate i'll keep an eye out for em thanks again.
    Cheers Mick.

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    Thanks, Roy. They look like they are part of Melbourne too, but really they would fit in any large town or suburb in Australia.
    Cheers
    Graeme

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    Thanks Mick, thanks Graeme,

    All images I've used, have come from Sydney and the inner suburbs.

    But you're right Graeme, the guys who built them around the same time, no doubt had the same blueprints happening in all the other main cities.

    They should be up on the DLS within 24 hours.

    Cheers,
    Roy

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