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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosplay View Post
    Dear José, I simply answer "okay."
    Translated "okay" means a complete phrase and it means "I have read this, but I didn't understand it it a bit. It sounds very difficult, but I fear, it was exorbitant to impossible heavy."

    Have a good evening.
    I'm sorry that I do not understand what I mean, but I have to use the Google translator since my English is very limited


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    Quote Originally Posted by josesosacanela View Post
    I'm sorry that I do not understand what I mean, but I have to use the Google translator since my English is very limited
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    portu
    So we have the same problem.
    I will try it again in a simper way.

    I say okay, and it also means "I understand."
    But really I didn't understand, because it is to complex.


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    Started hacking up my MP15DC model.

    Was going to go the genset route.



    Like the cabs on those things but the rest doesn't make sense. So, I re-powered it with an EMD 8-710G (down rated to 1800hp). Still working out the layout of the long hood and actually building different components to see how they fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazytrain View Post
    Started hacking up my MP15DC model.

    Was going to go the genset route.



    Like the cabs on those things but the rest doesn't make sense. So, I re-powered it with an EMD 8-710G (down rated to 1800hp). Still working out the layout of the long hood and actually building different components to see how they fit.


    Can't wait to see the final product
    Sunland Prime Mover Works (SPMW)
    BETA TESTING
    Repainting America one piece of equipment at a time
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    Quote Originally Posted by btvfd View Post
    Can't wait to see the final product
    Really been going off the rails lately, so a more 'down to earth' project was in order.

    No idea where these are headed.




    Nuclear? Hydrogen? Maybe just plain Diesel.

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    Definitely a work in progress...


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    A couple of renders of the weathered versions of my V class steamer



    Lightly weathered



    Heavily weathered


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    Quote Originally Posted by daylightrain View Post
    I like the looks of that. The old DD40AX is outdated anyway. I noticed that in the steamshots thread that you posted some screenshots of some good-looking big boys and 4-12-2 Union Pacifics. Are those personal models or are those going to be available to us sometime? Personally, I'd like to have that 4-12-2 Union Pacific.
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    Trainz - Easy as Pi

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    National Steel Car Coilcars

    Still in progress, but I had to make sure I had load attachment points in the right place.




    Might need to adjust the order of the load points. Outside first then inside. For smaller coils, I'm thinking of making a cover load to fit on top.

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    These and the SD40-3's should be ready by the end of the month. Finally worked out the nose issues.


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    look forward too running these. nice work.

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    Oh ho ho. You have my interest.

    Steam is King.

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