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

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    Thanks for the compliments all.

    Really not satisfied with either of them at this point. The handrail stanchions look like matchsticks, the grills on 3016 are uber goofy (bump map attempt/epic fail!), and the one foot plus diameter fuel filler on the 8396 is laughable to say the least. Sometimes rendering them, not looking at them for a couple of days and then coming back to 'em is a good way to critique your own work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by josesosacanela View Post
    Proyecto Locomotoras MPS 600



    Amazing screenshots José, I like this locomotive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazytrain View Post
    Thanks for the compliments all.

    Really not satisfied with either of them at this point. The handrail stanchions look like matchsticks, the grills on 3016 are uber goofy (bump map attempt/epic fail!), and the one foot plus diameter fuel filler on the 8396 is laughable to say the least. Sometimes rendering them, not looking at them for a couple of days and then coming back to 'em is a good way to critique your own work.

    You're welcome!

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    Updated a few things on the other two and set them aside for now. Started work on an IAIS ES44AC. Kinda skipping all over the place, but it happens.



    Having to do so much splicing and reshaping that there isn't any saving the previous uv mapping on it. Took the ET44AC and AC44CW and managed to weld parts of them together with a new rear section.





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    The little beast it's alive ...
    And very proud of the results after only two weeks of work on it in the spare times.
    The smoke needs a bit of adjustment yet, it seems.
    I think I lost my fears about Blender ...


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    That "little beast" looks super cool. What gauge is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by philskene View Post
    That "little beast" looks super cool. What gauge is it?
    Given that it uses TANE track, I'm saying Standard Gauge, though it could be Iberian Gauge.
    Trainz - Easy as Pi

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    Quote Originally Posted by philskene View Post
    That "little beast" looks super cool. What gauge is it?
    It`s standard UIC 1.435 mm . It is about 7.44 meters long between buffers ( 24ft 5in ) .
    Nippon Sharyo built in 1963 a batch of six "little" units ( 200 HP Cummins NH6 ) and only one survives working today.
    Kawasaki built other batch of eight "big" units , basically a double one , with the same cab in central position and two identical capots powered by two engines ( 400 HP 2 x Cummins NH6 ) .



    These are my next job , by the way.
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    My version of Waratah Railway Station which will have to be sunk into a narrow platform hence the gap between the doors and the bottom of the building .


    Cheers Mick.

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    crazytrain that looks just es44ah engine

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    Revans~ I believe the Iowa Interstate purchased part of a left over group ordered by CSX but not delivered. Not sure if they have the high adhesion software (the reason for the H designation) the CSX has on their units and thus the designation ES44AC.

    *Edit: According to the sources I've found, they are heavier and have the high adhesion software installed.*

    More detail work on the unit. Also starting to play around with the specular mapping that will go into the alpha channel of the normal texture, hopefully.



    SD38-2!
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    IAIS 516

    Phases are hard. Handrails from the ET44AH model, flipped nose section (door on engineer's side), reworked radiator section and door grills. Still need to work on the area between the angled grills on the engineers side among other things, but it's coming along better than expected.
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