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

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    Nice wagon there! Love the detail on the underframe and brakes.
    Regards Ron

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    Nice coach there! Love the detail on the underframe and brakes.
    Regards Ron

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    London Underground 1992 Stock, used on the Central (Heating) Line

    No interior yet, still need to finish the back end and I'll give the bogies a shot once I complete the DM Body.


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    Whoever names the make/model of those cars get one cookie, whoever names which railway's carriage chassis were cannibalized for the flats gets a whole cake .
    Regards Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by EverTrainz View Post
    Whoever names the make/model of those cars get one cookie, whoever names which railway's carriage chassis were cannibalized for the flats gets a whole cake .
    OK, I'll try for a cookie. My nomination is Hillman Hunters?

    Cheers,
    Piere.

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    They look more like Ford Anglia to me because of the rear window sloping inwards.

    Peter

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    Definitely Ford 105E Anglia.
    John,
    (A bear of little brain)

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    Quote Originally Posted by EverTrainz View Post

    Whoever names the make/model of those cars get one cookie, whoever names which railway's carriage chassis were cannibalized for the flats gets a whole cake .
    I would think the early conversions were on LMS 57' frames whilst the later versions were BR Mk1 conversions.

    Peter

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    Reworked this old models mesh and got it semi complete in just an hour

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    Jung locomotive build in 1953. Beta test, about 75% finished.








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    Smile 2-10-2 WIP

    Running on the test track, some details and texturing remain to be done...




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    Just a tender......

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    "Up The Hill Slow, Down The Hill Fast. Freight Comes First, Safety Comes Last"

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    Quote Originally Posted by daylightrain View Post
    Well that's a wheel arrangement I've not seen in Trainz before - a 4-6-8-4.
    Owner of Freeman Locomotive Works.

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