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    Quote Originally Posted by TrainzPlayer14 View Post
    Incredible shots lego207! How do you increase texture size like that? Do you use a hex editor or something?
    Thanks! Doubling it for me was just as simple as quite literally resizing the texture file to twice the original size. Seemed to have no major issues from it, and it does to seem to have generally made the asset a bit higher res. Might be better ways to do it but this worked for me so hey.

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    When I made my Union Pacific version of the Milwaukee Road Hudsons, I doubled the tender texture size as it was only 512x512 and was very pixilated and blurry. I ended up remaking most of the textures to the tender too.

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    Well, whenever I try to increase texture size like that, it gives me errors :/

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    Textures need to remain within the power of 2, for example: 32x32, 64x64, 128x128, 256x256, 512x512, and so on. Do note you can mix up the dimensions too, such as 128x512 or 32x256, but they must remain within the power of 2 rule. Trainz supports texture resolutions up to 4096x4096 however you won't need sizes that large in most cases. Also make sure your saving the file as uncompressed if it is a TGA file.

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    Ah, I see. I'll try that out later to see if it works, thanks for the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris2001trainz2010 View Post
    No, i didn't.
    Quote Originally Posted by lego207 View Post
    It was me! It actually was.
    See, when I saw the pic, I didnt really see that Chris2001 took them, so I assumed lego207 took them. They do look pretty neat.
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    we see one of the mighty and majestic 4-8-4 Northern type steam engines with a another steam engine of the smaller type, a P-4 class pacific with a string of empty freight cars trailing behind as they rumble down the tracks and over the grade crossing, and since steam locomotive cabs tend to be hot, it made logical sense to open the windows halfway on the 4-8-4 Northern to get cool air to circulate in and cool things down without the crew being overcome by the heat from the firebox and or the sun.
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    Challenger #3820 waits at Woodford while #9087 and #9000 hauls a load up from Rowen.



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    Thank you USSc1798 and ANL!


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    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7p...ew?usp=sharing

    http://images.n3vgames.com/trainzportal/mytrainz/21445/screenshots/43174/1000/T%26P-0-8-0-working-the-Port-Nieches-%26-Niederland-RR.jpg

    ( need help learning how to post the image here. thanks. )

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    I use Imgur now, but Hostthenpost for when I just want to get a pic up quickly.

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    Does anyone know where ANl's GE turbines are? I know they were included in the release when he announced it a little while ago in his retirement thread, but nothings surfaced as to who is hosting them, if he allows anyone to that is. Knowing they can now be shared via email, does anyone have the Veranda, carbody turbines, and fuel tenders that they could send to me?
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    When did ANL Say that? I never saw anything about him retiring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by logybear View Post
    When did ANL Say that? I never saw anything about him retiring?

    https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...nt-Anouncement
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