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

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteamingJake View Post
    Awesome ATSF Hudson! Will you also be making the Blue Goose?
    That one is more difficult to model, and my hands are full at the moment. I would have to check my blueprints again.

    Also I probably will not be importing these models into Trainz myself. I was hired into NARM for a pure 3d modeling/animation role, and they have other people who can do that better than I could. 3d modeling is what I love and it's what I'm good at.


    More progress, and I think this is the correct Walschaerts Valve Gear now:
    https://youtu.be/sy8Yui6iH3Y
    Last edited by dundun92; September 27th, 2020 at 02:11 PM.

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    Some new Siemens SF4 bogies, used by the ACS-64s and SC-44s

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    ACS-64

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    That thing is gonna need some horizons trailing behind it. Although not prototypical (prolly the horizon would blow up going as fast as trains do on the NEC) it'd look cool. Do you need a tight locking coupler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dundun92 View Post
    More progress, and I think this is the correct Walschaerts Valve Gear now:
    https://youtu.be/sy8Yui6iH3Y
    A few things to note:
    1. The crosshead should aligned with the crosshead guide, not behind it.
    2. The expansion link should be wider and the radius rod should go through it.
    3. The eccentric crank is clipping through the main rod, it needs to be moved out on the X axis.
    4. The main rod should go through the crosshead, not sit outside it.

    This photo might help you, there aren’t too many around of the surviving 3460 class so this is the best I could find.


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    Quote Originally Posted by daylightrain View Post
    A few things to note:
    1. The crosshead should aligned with the crosshead guide, not behind it.
    2. The expansion link should be wider and the radius rod should go through it.
    3. The eccentric crank is clipping through the main rod, it needs to be moved out on the X axis.
    4. The main rod should go through the crosshead, not sit outside it.

    This photo might help you, there aren’t too many around of the surviving 3460 class so this is the best I could find.
    Thank you daylight! All seem relatively easy and I will fix them.

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    AJ got that rod tho

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    More Walscheart's gear. This time inside the frames of a British loco.

    Another point to note with the one above is that the radius rod should not connect directly to the valve spindle. It should be connected to the combination lever just above (or below, depending on valve type) the valve spindle.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bentrain14 View Post
    That thing is gonna need some horizons trailing behind it. Although not prototypical (prolly the horizon would blow up going as fast as trains do on the NEC) it'd look cool. Do you need a tight locking coupler?
    Nah, I already have a coupler mesh, and ACS-64s with horizions? that would look amazing.


    Not the final bake, i'm just testing things out, then I will remap, add textures with substance, and then maybe add PBR.

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    Ajrod1226 .......... That's a nice looking Engine sir .

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    Exported, but there's still much to do before it's complete

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    Wow those look amazing! Very good job.

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    Getting some kinks worked out.

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