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Thread: Nature Screenshots! (BIG and NUMEROUS pictures!)

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    Re the two on the DS - one has a flipped normal and is under-scale, the other is correct scale but has loads of flipped normals. Both are very simple models, with the stones mostly as rectangular blocks, which is not very realistic. I have just uploaded mine in two different forms. See new 'Monuments' thread...

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    Default Another new day in the Italian countryside.

    Quote Originally Posted by jayholland View Post
    ~snip~ I have just uploaded mine in two different forms. See new 'Monuments' thread...
    Thanks Jeremy for the "new" Stonehenge. Downloading now. I'll have a play when I've finished working on this bit of my Italian route.


    Two shots of the same small town with few tweaks to the landscape plus time of day, angle of view and sky change.









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    Blue Spruces and Quaking Aspens




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    Quote Originally Posted by mezzoprezzo View Post

    Two shots of the same small town with few tweaks to the landscape plus time of day, angle of view and sky change.
    Beautiful shot !!
    Landscape with truly Italian atmosphere....
    Excellent scenery.

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    Thanks jango!

    Here's a UK landscape for a change.

    Cheers
    Casper




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    Incredible!
    This funny guy still work with TRS2004!
    And his work is still so amazing good.

    Ich mag alte Züge. / I like old trains.

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    Default UK Landscape

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    Thanks for your kind words FSP.

    ~snip~ still work with TRS2004! ~snip~
    Well you have to start somewhere.

    I suppose that I was lucky in buying a copy of the very last and completely updated version (build 2370). By then all of the bugs had been sorted out. I was therefore able to simply concentrate on what I could do with it (which was difficult enough), rather than what it could do to me. I’m not very good at fiddling with the technical stuff so have never fancied entering what would be, for me, a quagmire of frustration in trying to sort out or apply workarounds for any major bugs. I’m pretty slow on the uptake with the inner working of PC’s and their software. If it’s technical rather than artistic, I just get lost. That’s why I’ve stuck with the old canvas.

    I'm still finding new tricks even though it’s an old version, sometimes through Forum advice and ideas, other times simply by accident.

    The freeware, TrainzTuner 1.3, made a huge difference and has transformed the ability to create a much more believable landscape which I can set to the limit of my choosing. It allows me to separately control when the assets and/or terrain pop into view at several miles range. All credit to Alexandre Cavaco for creating it ten years ago and allowing its free distribution to users. It’s still a great piece of software.

    Thanks too, to all of the great creators which make Trainz such a pleasure to use.

    Anyway, here’s the same area of landscape with a slight change in viewpoint, time of day and cloud type. Looks like it might be raining soon. The cows are on the move!



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    Nice Greetings

    Epo

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    wow guys - these are all top notch goodies....
    World peace is a bit far off, lets work at Trainz peace for now

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    Content by Trainz89 & QHR Trainz

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    Late spring, North Cornwall, England....


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    Quote Originally Posted by mezzoprezzo View Post
    Thanks jango!

    Here's a UK landscape for a change.

    Cheers
    Casper



    « Sempre caro mi fu quest'ermo colle,
    e questa siepe, che da tanta parte
    dell'ultimo orizzonte il guardo esclude.
    Ma sedendo e mirando, interminati
    spazi di là da quella, e sovrumani
    silenzi, e profondissima quiete
    io nel pensier mi fingo, ove per poco
    il cor non si spaura. E come il vento
    odo stormir tra queste piante, io quello
    infinito silenzio a questa voce
    vo comparando: e mi sovvien l'eterno,
    e le morte stagioni, e la presente
    e viva, e il suon di lei. Così tra questa
    immensità s'annega il pensier mio:
    e il naufragar m'è dolce in questo mare. »

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    Thanks jango.


    That poem led me to the YouTube link to the music that was inspired by that Giacomo Leopardi poem. In turn it inspired me to do a bit more work on that route this afternoon.


    Here's a view from slightly higher up.



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    That's beautiful Casper- I can almost hear the larks singing in the distance...

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    I think I can see a Larch in the distance:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ug8nHaelWtc
    Last edited by cascaderailroad; April 13th, 2015 at 03:18 PM.

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