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

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    Do keep in mind that this a very rough draft.
    Yeah, it's a train.

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    Looks like a wooden loco I would have owned in the forties
    It's a start, keep at it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost42 View Post
    Looks like a wooden loco I would have owned in the forties
    It's a start, keep at it!
    Thanks!
    My own "TTTE" loco was the target end product, though. Based off an LNER/GER D14. I do appreciate the positive feedback!

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    Latest work on a rebuild of the NP A-2 4-8-4.

    Drivers built using MasterCam and created with mesh optimization.


    How mesh is in process.


    Drivers built per drawings.


    Thanks,
    Logan Thurman

    This model is a high fidelity model only. Sorry people with lower end computers.

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    RE Post 15019
    Rail4Pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by logybear View Post
    This model is a high fidelity model only. Sorry people with lower end computers.
    It looks like you’re modeling the boiler separate from the boiler jacket, that adds a lot of extra polys that are completely unnecessary and makes your model “high fidelity” on purpose. Building a good model for Trainz isn’t about how many polys you can add it’s how well you manage them. Also something called LOD exists for this very reason to take these high poly models and make them friendlier for lower spec PCs.

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

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    I'm building the boiler separately to help me guide the process of placing the boiler jacketing. And it's much easier when following not just the elevation drawing but the boiler drawing itself. A process that I picked up on in my manufacturing career. Also help from a friend of a different group. I'm cutting out the LOD and just doing one mesh and one mesh only.

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    Working on a BNSF GP25 (aka derated GP50)


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

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    Default Terraced house of the former GDR, 1957

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

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    Hawthorn Leslie & Co and Beyer Peacock ( design by Beyer Peacock ) 1921 to 1929 :

    1200 HP
    3 cylinders 30cm x 17cm (11 13/16 x 6 11/16 In ) Walschaerts
    Total Weight 120 Ton ( 265.000 Lib )
    Drag capacity 775 Ton






    TS2009 44653 - TS12 61297 - T:ANE 94916 - TRZ19 100332

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    Quote Originally Posted by mick1960 View Post
    *Terraced house of the former GDR, 1957*
    That looks fantastic! Wonderful texturing work, especially.
    D10 starting to take shape.

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    Traoinboi1 I am almost speechless ... D10 simply WOW ! I have to take a pill to calm down LOL !
    Rail4Pete

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    Default BNSF GP25



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