08 Shunter cab

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Re: 08 Shunter cab

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Derek
The Cab looks very good, one request though, when you finish it, make sure its dirty :wink:
If you don't know what the levers, valves and dials do, let me know.

To be honest there is not much difference between a vacuum only 08 cab, and a dual braked one, couple more pipes, and different train brake lever, thats about it
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The cab will be far from clean.
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When i get to that point I'll post up some images for comment before making it final.
Cheers for the advice.

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Any updates on this derek? Cant wait looking good!
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Oh Good Lord!! :o That is a masterpiece...

RailSim comes of age (already) - no railway is complete without one (regardless of what Peter Dore says :lol: :wink: ). When I think of all the quality routes in MSTS and just how much better they would be in RailSim graphics, this goes some way to quelling that annoyance! At least now RailSim will be easily the best for shunting scenarios - so much easier when you can move around the cab and look wherever you need. Quite important in shunt work I find!

Kind regards and keep churning out the goods! :P 8)
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Hello, i wounder, would you minde painting it in these coulers ? it´s an swedish locomotive that is not in use any more, when they bought these locomotive 50 years ago they rented ( i think ) two or three locomotive of 08 class or somthing like that from the uk and painted them in these coulers, if you would make an swedish version of it taht would be great

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HI can you post up an image to show me the colours.

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i can give you an linke since i dont have any picture thats my personal http://www.jarnvag.net/lokguide/V.asp
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Another very similar variant that would help stimulate some international interest is the Victorian F-Class from Australia / NZ.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victorian_ ... s_(diesel)

http://forums.uktrainsim.com/viewtopic. ... 51&t=69717

http://forums.uktrainsim.com/viewtopic. ... 41&t=74568

http://forums.uktrainsim.com/viewtopic. ... 41&t=64269

Not a precise match, but should only be a handful of differences, a few relatively straight forward liveries and you'll have the ANZAC's interested :)

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Yes, your right , that could caus a bit of intrest ;)
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NeutronIC wrote:Another very similar variant that would help stimulate some international interest is the Victorian F-Class from Australia / NZ.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victorian_ ... s_(diesel)

http://forums.uktrainsim.com/viewtopic. ... 51&t=69717

http://forums.uktrainsim.com/viewtopic. ... 41&t=74568

http://forums.uktrainsim.com/viewtopic. ... 41&t=64269

Not a precise match, but should only be a handful of differences, a few relatively straight forward liveries and you'll have the ANZAC's interested :)

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Re: 08 Shunter cab

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Stunning work Derek, nice to have the screenies to take a look at it. Cab looks finely detailed and thats before you get the paint brush out. Can you put me down for a dozen when they're ready? :D Great work!
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Ok managed ot grab a few hours here and there to get this baby all mapped and shadow baked.
Just started to texture, thought I'd share a few images with you.
Again, any constructive comments welcome.

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Superb!

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Grea................................................................t

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Re: 08 Shunter cab

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I think it looks the mutts nuts, looking forward to this one !!
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