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

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    Your models just get better and better Zelda

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    cheers
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    Beautiful Trekker

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    Last edited by EverTrainz; August 2nd, 2020 at 11:38 PM.

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    Still needs some texture work but the model is still there. NP 41' log flat.


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    I remember seeing many of those log cars in Half Moon Yard in Tacoma, WA.

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    Here's my headlamp. Still needs work, but here's the basic outline of it.




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    Tweetsie's locomotive reminds me of this show:


    Make train simulators great again #MTSGA obiter dictum

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    BNSF1238 on YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by TweetsieDude View Post
    God help me, this is going to be one high poly model.
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    Did someone say high-poly?

    Two more linkages between the frames and this monstrosity is complete. For some reason, I feel sad that more ten-coupled locomotives don't have fancy iron scrollwork around the cab.

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    Great job so far on that CP engine Dan. Keep up the good work.

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    I like that so much better than most 4-4-0's of that time period for some reason. The cab is cool but I think it's how enormous the driving wheels and rods are.
    Back after a long break

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    Default Another Travellers Item

    Das Banale zum Existenziellen zu erheben, ist die Königsdisziplin der Dummen. (Stephan Sarek)

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    Based off of a building in Shockoe Bottom, Richmond, Virginia.


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    Opus,

    that reminds me of a correctional place for teenagers or a simple jail. But, it would need to be cement without paint, and bars on the windows.

    Make train simulators great again #MTSGA obiter dictum

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