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Thread: GMax and 3DSMax (And any other modeling program) screenies/renders

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    Bingo!

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    I must confess. I simply right clicked on your model image and read the title.
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    Yeah, sounds about right. I did actually check that beforehand, so half-expected it to go that route right away. Still kept people running for a good couple days, though...

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    What on earth kind of couplers did that thing have?
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    Trying to get my newer EMD models up to par with the GE's

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    Default SBB Ae 3/6 II Führerstand

    Still a few details missing...



    The big wheel is only there to illustrate the use of the shaft in the middle of the console. Normally it would be stowed inside, only to be mounted in case the 17 step electrical throttle (the little wheel) suffered a failure.

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    Default SBB Ae 3/6 II Fürherstand continued.

    More old school stuff. Screenshots from 3DS Max.





    The scales on three of the four gauges are placeholders. Another funny thing about Swiss railways is the fact that the locomotives are bilingual. In this case the signage in cab 1 is in German and in cab 2 it is French.

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    Maqic !! Excellent work as always !!!

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    NP anyone?


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    Quote Originally Posted by yojimbo View Post
    More old school stuff. Screenshots from 3DS Max.


    The scales on three of the four gauges are placeholders. Another funny thing about Swiss railways is the fact that the locomotives are bilingual. In this case the signage in cab 1 is in German and in cab 2 it is French.
    Amazing work Jörgen!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatortrain View Post
    NP anyone?
    Yes please.

    Thank you.

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    Some LIRR P-72 I’ve been working on recently, all i gotta do is check for doubles and bake. (Also make for last minute changes). Not gonna do bogies because I’m not really experienced in that area yet
    Last edited by Ajrod1226; June 28th, 2019 at 06:34 AM.

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    Trying the previous rolling stock on the New Toy ... and everything seems fine ! And even better than I expected ... Time to experiment with PBR .


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    Cab on this side was too long for the high short hood version, so it was fixed.
    Last edited by crazytrain; July 3rd, 2019 at 12:56 PM.
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    It has been a while and I'm trying to get my head back around 3ds Max again, so here's an older style bridge I've been fiddling around with:


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