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    Nice looking locomotives, Dusten!!

    Quote Originally Posted by trainboi1 View Post
    .... as long as not too much of it is pink....
    Well, she's not pink, but what about a flapper truck driver? ;-P



    1st truck bed on, it should compliment Jananton's steam shovels nicely......



    I'm really having fun with these Cycles materials!

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    Love the truck Pencil. I need to make a Stanley Steamer haha.

    Update on the Vaporware.

    I love Arched Window's now. Thus here's what I've done.



    Rock On!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pencil42 View Post
    Nice looking locomotives, Dusten!!



    Well, she's not pink, but what about a flapper truck driver? ;-P

    1st truck bed on, it should compliment Jananton's steam shovels nicely......

    I'm really having fun with these Cycles materials!
    Heh. That's a good touch.

    Also Dusten, I like the look of the arched windows, although I think it may work a little better if the side windows are both the same length. Just a thought, it looks good either way.

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    Seems like I continue to spam with vaporware.

    Anyway, in the swamps of NC, you have to protect your liquor, and crew from bandits, gators, venomous snakes, and boredom. So I put a shotgun on the tender.



    Rock On!
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    Thats ok dusten. We all in TEH appreciate the free vaporware

    Steam is King.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TweetsieDude View Post
    I need to make a Stanley Steamer haha.
    Definitely! And I love the texturing on that tender - that's some really nice work!

    Curtis

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    Still more work to do on the body alone. I worked on the frame and some pipe details today. I think I'm having a little trouble with the scale of this thing, but I may have worked it out, I'll have to see when I load it into T:ANE. I think the locomotive is starting to come together though.

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    ooo a cog locomotive. I can't wait to see how that turns out.

    Anyway I'm trying to make a fireman. This is my best attempt. He's too tall I see, so I'm trying to get everything looking right. I'm going for a 19th to early 20th century fireman. I would love to take Willy the Gimp and redesign him.



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    Ivan Ivan Ivan. I mean this in the nicest of (sarcastic of) ways: you must simply slow down with all the projects you're doing all at once. I'm trying to stay whelmed but lately I've been glued to the screen waiting for you to post something new. I want to relax but the foamer inside can't stay quiet seeing all these railroading miracles before me.

    Great job!!!

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    @Derektriniboi same. He first was working on whatever that LIRR engine was, now he is working on the E60???? The inner Trainz Foamer comes oute.
    Biggest Milw Foamer on the planet

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    Last edited by josesosacanela; May 7th, 2017 at 02:02 PM.

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    That Feve 1600 looks nice.

    Hey all,

    Done more work on this.



    Cheers.
    Last edited by Azervich; May 7th, 2017 at 08:22 PM.

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    Some new stock , work in details and interior yet but functional ,at least over 87721 ...
    Built in 1938 by Central Uruguay Railway, with wooden body over english metallic frame, they were used until the 80's.



    Go ahead ...

    TS2009 44653 - TS12 61297 - T:ANE 105476 - TRZ19 111952

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    Progress:

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

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