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Thread: PRR Screenshots

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    Check it out on the forum page here: https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...91#post1803391




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    Due to electrical difficulties on the Main Line from Philly to Wilmington, the GG1s could not continue but the Congressional had to stay on time. One of the new Q2 Steamers was pulled into service to run the Congressional to Wilmington, where a GG1 would be waiting to continue on to Washington DC.

    Startled bridge workers on the High Line scrambled to catch a picture of the Q2 streaming by with her passenger consist, wide open for Wilmington.

    Heinrich505


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    Excellent story and concept Heinrich505 .

    Dave

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    Thai1On,
    Thanks for the compliment. It is appreciated.

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    Q2 on the Broadway


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    All the new content in 2019 is driving me nuts . Wait .....I am nut's PRR LOL






    All that STEAM . and I can't run it

    Matt
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    Hi everyone,
    Here are three screens inspired by O. Winston Link iconic pictures.





    And finally some hope for the current situation...take care and good luck!



    Cheers,
    Filippo

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    Filippo,
    Very nice screen shots. They are evocative of O. Winston Links' amazing work. I especially like the second shot of the two engines' linkage highlighted.

    Engine 9604 and consist on a fast run east. Next stop is Lerro City.

    Heinrich505


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    Hey everyone!

    Thought I'd throw a screenshot in here as well. Sorry if the K4's are all shiny I have no idea how to fix that or if it even can be fixed. Still trying to figure out the best settings and lighting for Trainz 2019.

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    Looks great to me

    Posted in the Eggliner thread:
    Quote Originally Posted by t28 View Post
    ~the eggliners are extremely shiny in game, you can fix that by turning the alpha channel down to almost black on the body.tga file.
    The alpha basically tells TANE how shiny the material is, so pure white is a mirror and pure black is matte.
    My apologies to all. I have decided that in these horrible current events, we all need to stick together as a Community

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    The models were made in 2012, with a bit primitive texturing at best. They lack specular mapping, and they also lack PBR texturing, which is the biggest reason for them looking the way they do in Trainz 2019. Eventually I want to allocate some time and put a lot of my older models from the early years through a makeover since they were basically made to 2004/2006/2009 specs. They've luckily survived up to 2019, but they are definitely showing their age.

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    -MP242: I tried doing that after you posted it but I couldn't seem to do it right, I don't think the boiler2.tga has an alpha channel (correct me if I'm wrong). I used GIMP btw.

    -Steve: Even after all these years they're still some of the best PRR models I've seen!

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    Strange, I use all those models in TRS19 and they look better than ever.
    Check out my Youtube channel!

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    PennsyFan17 and VulcanEBF25,
    I'm with you both on this point. Steve's engines look superb, even the older versions!

    Heinrich505

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    Coal Country for 2019 is absolutely beautiful!

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