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Thread: UK Screenshots for Pre BR Blue. High resolution warning.

  1. #1681
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    @evilcrow: I'm not sure I follow you on this one.
    In your last post, #1680, you say the middle coach is the untreated one; do you mean the 'washed out' looking one? The coach on the left looks how it should normally look to me, that's how I see andi06's Gresley coaches in T:ANE with BR Maroon livery selected, not the washed out looking one. If the unusual washed out look is the outcome of IMeditor treatment then I'm not sure I like it! I'm a little confused!

    Rob.
    Last edited by robd; January 11th, 2019 at 12:12 PM.

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    re post #1681 robd

    The coaches that are 'washed out' are the 'un-treated' ones.
    In T:ANE, when viewed at certain times of the day, certain angles and against the light, can look washed out (On my computer).


    two examples.





    Cheers, evilcrow

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    I find that strange, I've never seen any asset look that faded and washed out in any lighting settings or in any version of Trainz, not just T:ANE. Indeed, I have to say your treated ones look like the norm to me - how bizarre!

    Oh well, carry on!

    Rob
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    Quote Originally Posted by robd View Post
    I find that strange, I've never seen any asset look that faded and washed out in any lighting settings or in any version of Trainz, not just T:ANE. Indeed, I have to say your treated ones look like the norm to me - how bizarre!

    Oh well, carry on!

    Rob
    I was wondering that as well, never seen anything quite like that? They all look fine here. Or is this a side effect of shader editing?
    Malc


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    I have the same problem as Ken


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    Hopefully, I now have the lighting right.
    Regards
    Bob
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    Nice shots there Robert3a0, still looking a bit southern Mediterranean rather than temperate though! I don't have TRS2019 so can't suggest any lighting settings, sorry.

    Rob.

    Edit: See the shot in the above post to yours (#1685), that looks more like what an English summer should look like!
    Last edited by robd; January 12th, 2019 at 08:53 AM.

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    Some from me GWR 1930's Barnstaple.





    Malc


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    Malc


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    re posts #1688/89 clam1952

    Excellent shots of an excellent route, very nice.

    aKP Somewhere ScR



    Cheers, evilcrow.

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    Fantastic shots all.

    EvilCrow, do you mind if I enquire as to where that turntable is from in post #1690?

    Cheers,

    PLP
    Working to create heritage railways from around the UK for T:ANE.

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    Re Post #1691 PortLineParker

    Hello PLP

    The TT is by 'Pencil42', 'Turntable, iron 3 tracks', <kuid124060:32118>
    and should be on the DLS.

    Cheers, evilcrow

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    More amazing shots Evilcrow! The ScR looks better and better!

    Decided to follow your lead and test out the IM Editor on a few of Jayholland's Models. Removed the env.textures and swapped the colors with a darker color scheme. I'd say that the results are rather pleasing!!


    Ex-LBSCR K Class 32353 Entering Horsham with a mixed goods..

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    And an Ex-SR Maunsell L1 Class 31789 Running through Southwater on a local passenger run towards Brighton..

    [IMG][/IMG]

    I've always loved Jayholland's Southern Models and I used them in Trainz all through my childhood.. I'm so glad I get a chance to run them again!!

    Tanker46

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    Beautiful pictures, Malc. The country side textures and scenery are superb.
    Best wishes
    Ian

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    Seconded, Ian - and I'd suggest it's very much the sort of lighting that Robert3ao should be emulating - after all, it's the next county, so hardly a world away!

    Seeing the two if not side by side, but one on top of the other, reinforces my impression that there's still far too much blue and not enough yellow in the Cornish settings - it's harsh and cold where I'd expect a deal more warmth.

    Cheers,

    m

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