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    Quote Originally Posted by tmz06003 View Post
    I see you are having a bit of bother with this, I suspect that the default mesh is the one that should contain your attachment points:


    default
    {
    mesh "att.im"
    auto-create 1
    }

    shadow
    {
    mesh "shadow.im"
    auto-create 0
    }

    body
    {
    mesh "gencoach.im"
    auto-create 1
    You're correct but it has to be done that way due to the lack of the ability to create attachment points from within Sketchup. I guess you saw me asking for assistance over on the British Trainz Forum?

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    Yes, there may be other issues but I'd advise always having the mesh with attachments as default. Your body mesh can hang off it as shown in my reply.
    Regards,

    tmz06003

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    Hi everyone. Today is quite of my big shift I try hard to work through. I've mange to make my first asset I did through blender! (Well, almost...)
    This is my first set of 60s/70s British concrete lamp post as in surveyor:



    I have to post those images to the Trainz gallery (Trainzportal) in order to post it there... I did quite manage to figure it out to add a night mesh... one small problem is the light pool texture (corona) looks a bit dark and faded as I struggle to find out how to make it brighter.



    Be grateful if anyone give me a hint to help me would be appreciated and help to get it done quicker...

    For now I tried hard to make this asset and Hopefully once all this sorted I'll be happy to upload it on DLC for everyone to download... and I hope I've done it right as that!
    Anyway, what do you think of this model?


    TWY At Work!
    Also let me know If where my post should go, I'm to good at where the best place to post or reply to the thread, as I have experience with many threads.
    Last edited by Trainzwordyoshi; August 15th, 2021 at 06:12 PM.

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    Hi all, I'm looking for people who would be interested in completing some work that I started, I have +4o models that I need help completing. The models are mostly complete and will require texturing and configuration. They consist of Steam, vintage coaches and an EMU. I'm willing to pay a fair price for your work, PM me if you would be interested or know anyone who would.

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    Smile Hybrid WIP



    The NYC electric-battery-diesel hybrid switcher, before mirroring and rotating to duplicate parts...

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    BNSF1238 on YouTube

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    I'm guessing it looks like an MTA train

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    You’d be correct. It’s an LIRR Budd M-1/M-3


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    Last edited by RailRoadEngineer; October 16th, 2021 at 05:12 AM.

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    Hello @bentrain14

    Make train simulators great again #MTSGA obiter dictum

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    This is damn cool!

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    Starting into modelling with this small industrial building:

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    Quote Originally Posted by RailRoadEngineer View Post
    Oh, that is hella killer. Nice work

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