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    Quote Originally Posted by HiBaller View Post
    Ah. Thank you, AlexMaria. That's about the time frame I wish to model as well.

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    It's actually one of the models on my "To-do" list, i may make it this summer.
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    Excellent! I'll be sure to add it to my roster.

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    I'm missing <kuid:501228:100520>, anyone know what it is? It seems to be a Mesh file from Rizky.
    Last edited by duskeyduskey; June 11th, 2021 at 12:31 AM.

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    東京メトロ8000系 運転台
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    now progress 18000系 運転台
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    Quote Originally Posted by BYADL06 View Post
    https://i.ibb.co/JvJYG4c/dd.png

    東京メト*8000系 運転台;
    Quote Originally Posted by BYADL06 View Post
    https://i.ibb.co/mSMkbzn/untidddtled.png

    now progress 18000系 運転台 ;
    Oooooo, Looks nice. I can already hear the notches moving.

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    It's been really quiet here lately. What has everyone been doing?

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    I've been exceptionally busy lately, and i will still be for the following two weeks.

    I'm currently working on a 485 Series reskin pack, wich will also include the 183, 189 and 489 Serieses (and with both "flat front" and "bonnet style fron" where possible).
    Here are all but one of the currently "done" trains. I still have a few more to go.



    In the coming summer, however, i'll have plenty of free time, and i'm planning to embark on a modelling spree, starting with the 211 Series. I'm also currently setting up a collaboration with @duskeyduskey for an almost complete Keio Railway package, and i'm also full of half-finished models, wich i will hopefully complete in the following months.

    I also plan to "expand to other countries" as well. Some of the visitors of my site may have noticed that there's a new "United States" section, a sign of things to come. If you're curious, for non-japanese trains i'm currently thinkering about making some South Korean stuff (namely the Class 8000 Electric locomotives and the KNR/Korail and Seoul Subway 1000 Series) or something from Taiwan (either the E400 Electric Locomotives or the Italian-made EMU300 trains).
    My trainz downloads are here and my youtube is here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duskeyduskey View Post
    It's been really quiet here lately. What has everyone been doing?
    Like AlexMaria the short answer is VERY busy with other things than Trainz.

    RealLife TM kicked back in full swing because of Covid Relaxations here in The Netherlands. Not that I'm such a outside person but I work for a taxi/travel company and the workload increased suddenly to 300% because people suddenly started to book travels again (within The Netherlands) so it is VERY busy.

    So after a workday (I am lucky to be able to work from home) I am often very very very tired. Despite all that I managed to still work on the Icarus Shinkansen but the work is going much more slowly. This week though I have taken one week off so maybe I can get some work done.

    @AlexMaria

    VERY nice work on the 485 reskin pack. Looks like a perfect fit for my route.
    Last edited by pagroove; June 20th, 2021 at 05:07 PM.

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    I'm working on some branch lines mainly based on the Keio line. I'm also planning to finish my Inokashira line route.
    Oh yea, I'm also learning SketchUp. That's all here.

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    What are the latest trains so far that has been made for japanese train content?

    Any shinkansen development going on?

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    HI gang!! I've been off line due to an accident.
    I'm slowly recovering and hope to get back to work on my route soon. Nice to see you guys are still working on your projects.
    take care!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rowletmaster View Post
    What are the latest trains so far that has been made for japanese train content?

    Any shinkansen development going on?
    As far as i know, the most recent "pubblicly released" Japanese train is my Kyoto Municipal Subway 10 Series from the 6th of April (!).

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexMaria View Post
    I'm glad they work well! Here's something more that will be useful for your route: the Kyoto Municipal Subway 10 Series in both the "early" (batches 1 and 2 - left) and "later" (batches 3 to 6 - right) versions!



    As with the Kintetsu 3200 Series, this pack is already avaible at my website [here]

    These were introduced by the Kyoto City Transportation Bureau in 1981 for services on the soon-to-be opened Karasuma Line, Kyoto's first subway line. The designing of these trains, classified as the "10 Series", actually began in the (very) late 1970s and was primarily influenced by the TRTA 8000 Series for the Hanzomon Line, then Tokyo's newest subway train, wich was being designed and built at around the same time.

    The most notable influence coming from the 8000 Series is the angled, asymmetrical and convex front design incorporating an emergency "drawbridge-like" exit, something wich was relatively common in Tokyo (as it was already used on TRTA's 6000 and 7000 Serieses) but almost unheard of in the Kansai region, thus making the 10 Series the first subway train with an angled front in service there. Another influence was in the bodyshell design... [rest omitted]
    And the second-most recent is also mine - Kintetsu's 3200 Series from the 5th of April.

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexMaria View Post


    Finally, it's finished. Unfortunately, i was not able to make correct-working animated doors - i got stuck about a week-and-a-half ago with an attachment problem (only one out of the eight "half-doors" per side worked properly), i posted my problem on another forum (not the official trainz one), waiting a week for a possibly life-saving reply that never came. In the end, i decided to release this model as a plain "non-door-working" model like all my previous ones - however, in the future, when i will be able to properly make animated stuff, this model (and many more) will be retrofitted with working doors.

    This model is already avaible at my website [here]

    Anyway...

    The 3200 Series was introduced by Kintetsu Railway in the late 1980s for the long-awaited commencment of trough-services between Kintetsu's network and the Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma Line.

    Trough-services between the Kintetsu network (specifically the Kintetsu Kyoto and Nara Lines) and the Karasuma Line had been already planned well before construction of the latter began in 1974. Kintetsu originally expected the subway's construction to progress smoothly and relatively quickly, a forecast that was proved terribly wrong in a few years' time: building a subway under Kyoto is a bit like doing the same under Rome: you can't dig 20 meters without finding something of a historical-archeological value, and evry time this happens, works have to be interrupted and the object in question must be carefully extracted and preserved, something that is relatively simple to do with things like vases or other artifacts, but becomes difficult if you have to deal with something like the ruins of a medieval castle.

    In other words, the subway's construction works proceeded extremely slowly, and Kintetsu Railway became increasingly impatient... [rest omitted]
    About Shinkansens, i haven't heard anything lately. Lastest thing was Hirochi's making (and releasing) E3 and 400 Series placeholder reskins using his fictional S2 Shinkansen as base.
    Last edited by AlexMaria; June 22nd, 2021 at 09:59 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rowletmaster View Post
    What are the latest trains so far that has been made for japanese train content?

    Any shinkansen development going on?
    I just started making the JR West 323 Osaka loop line here and it's turning out pretty well. I plan to make the JR West 225, JR Central 313-0, and the 313-8000. I will share my progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duskeyduskey View Post
    It's been really quiet here lately. What has everyone been doing?
    Well, I haven't played Trainz in a while... Things have been really busy. We finally have electric trains at our railway line, so I went seeing them a lot. I just finished exams and now I finally have a lot of free time. But in that free time I will mainly focus on my model railway, but maybe also Trainz.

    Quote Originally Posted by duskeyduskey View Post
    I just started making the JR West 323 Osaka loop line here and it's turning out pretty well. I plan to make the JR West 225, JR Central 313-0, and the 313-8000. I will share my progress.
    Nice to hear you are making the 323 Osaka Loop Line version. I was making the Osaka Loop line (Mainly Yumesaki Line), so your train could be really usefull for that. Also verry nice that there is finally something from JR-West. Since most of us foreigners mostly like JR-East Kanto trains...

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexMaria View Post
    I've been exceptionally busy lately, and i will still be for the following two weeks.

    I'm currently working on a 485 Series reskin pack, wich will also include the 183, 189 and 489 Serieses (and with both "flat front" and "bonnet style fron" where possible).
    Here are all but one of the currently "done" trains. I still have a few more to go.



    In the coming summer, however, i'll have plenty of free time, and i'm planning to embark on a modelling spree, starting with the 211 Series. I'm also currently setting up a collaboration with @duskeyduskey for an almost complete Keio Railway package, and i'm also full of half-finished models, wich i will hopefully complete in the following months.

    I also plan to "expand to other countries" as well. Some of the visitors of my site may have noticed that there's a new "United States" section, a sign of things to come. If you're curious, for non-japanese trains i'm currently thinkering about making some South Korean stuff (namely the Class 8000 Electric locomotives and the KNR/Korail and Seoul Subway 1000 Series) or something from Taiwan (either the E400 Electric Locomotives or the Italian-made EMU300 trains).
    Great work with the 183, 189 and the 489 serieses! They look fantastic like always! Also, glad to hear you won't only be making Japanese stuff, but also other Eastern-Asian stuff! Especially Taiwan. They have one of my favorite railway systems, since they look so much like Japan when it comes to railways. They have same gauge, some trains are made in Japan, they have 700T shinkansen, winch looks a lot like the Japanese 700 Series and they have DD16 and DD13 (If I'm not wrong) in service for Shinkansen shunting services. I also like Seoul Metro. I wanted to make a Seoul Metro route, but since there is no rolling stock for Seoul Metro in Trainz I cancelled my idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by Railshuttle View Post
    HI gang!! I've been off line due to an accident.
    I'm slowly recovering and hope to get back to work on my route soon. Nice to see you guys are still working on your projects.
    take care!!
    I hope you will recover fast. Good luck.
    Visit my website for Asian and African trainz content!


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