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    Had a go at weathering and made this battle scared HHP-8 that is clearly overdue for a wash and maybe a new coat of paint...

    my YT channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0kO-ivUrfsjC3Ho1PMo5Pw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainmaster189 View Post
    I love that ATSF engine a lot and very good job!
    Thanks! If I didn't have a bunch of payware stuff on it I would release it.

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    Reworked a JR container forklift.
    Original on the left and rework on the right.

    INTERMODAL FORKLIFT HTC-550
    reworks yellow, orange and green




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    DryBrook & Esopus Valley CF7 original mesh by Dave Snow. Five versions with varying degrees weathering and external details. Should be available on the DLS within 24/36 hrs. Build T12 (3.5) but TS19 capable.

    All depends are on the DLS or built in.

    John




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    Nice!

    Can I change the subject for a moment though. I've been downloading many of your PBR ground textures from the DLS as you're posting them. They're really great. But if I might make one comment, not about the textures themselves, but about the thumbs for the items. The 'fisheye' views for some of the of the more recent items really don't do them justice. The 'regular' views are so much better. Again, no criticism meant to the items themselves, they're really excellent. A wonderful variety and fantastic work! I loved the cobbles I grabbed this morning.

    In the end though, whatever is easier for you certainly suffices. I'm a fan. Wonderful work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thenelm1 View Post
    Nice!

    Can I change the subject for a moment though. I've been downloading many of your PBR ground textures from the DLS as you're posting them. They're really great. But if I might make one comment, not about the textures themselves, but about the thumbs for the items. The 'fisheye' views for some of the of the more recent items really don't do them justice. The 'regular' views are so much better. Again, no criticism meant to the items themselves, they're really excellent. A wonderful variety and fantastic work! I loved the cobbles I grabbed this morning.



    In the end though, whatever is easier for you certainly suffices. I'm a fan. Wonderful work.

    No offence taken, thanks for the critique. I will make the change. Thanks for input.
    PS, there many more textures on the way.

    John

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    Here is something a little different. ATLS Traffic Lights don't have backplates making them kind of less prototypical for Canadian Routes, however I found the asset "Traffic Light Backing Board". After reskinning it, it actually looks really good. How does it look?

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    CP script FP45. These locos were built 1967-1968, and thus would have been some of the very last units delivered in tuscan red and grey, instead of action red and pacman. Unfortunately the beaver logo would not have fit properly on the nose, so I omitted it.


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    That's very nice and you did a good job on it!!!

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    Just for kicks
    Made some skins on Dave's TWIN 45's





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    Silver Lines ordered 45 SD60s new from EMD in 1985, delivered in 1986. The railroad was a bit hesitant after the SD50, but longstanding trust with EMD led the company to pick up a few still. They proved themselves to be good units, but not quite as spectacular as EMD had promised. Numbered 4500 to 4544, the units were delivered in the standard Silver Lines paint, and even included ditchlights on both front and rear. The railroad has always been an early adopter for ditchlights, though rear-lights were a new feature for them.



    Quick set of shots taken before we actually managed to place the ditchlights on.





    50s or 45s are probably up next on the skinning list... maybe. Who knows at this point.

    Cheers,
    SM

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    contemplating on uploading this to the DLS
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    My reskin of one of Dave Snow's Assets




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