A little bit of Atmosphere 2

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lateagain wrote:Great shots Claus ...but what are the sleepers lined up along those two logs for? Pictures 3 & 4.

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Hi Geoff,

These scenes should answer your question, if not, use your imagination :wink: :) .

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Re: A little bit of Atmosphere 2

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:lol: I figured it was to do with logs but missed that that was a water texture! Not one of MSTS's strengths ...water textures? :wink:

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lateagain wrote::lol: I figured it was to do with logs but missed that that was a water texture! Not one of MSTS's strengths ...water textures? :wink:

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Well, I have no problem imagine a log pond, IMO the texture work looks beautiful. To each his own, I guess.
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cvo2010 wrote:
lateagain wrote::lol: I figured it was to do with logs but missed that that was a water texture! Not one of MSTS's strengths ...water textures? :wink:

Geoff
Well, I have no problem imagine a log pond, IMO the texture work looks beautiful. To each his own, I guess.
Not a criticism of your texture :( ...it's just that compared with later simulation programmes MSTS doesn't have very good water :) ? Very impressed with the scenery so far.

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Re: A little bit of Atmosphere 2

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lateagain wrote:
cvo2010 wrote:
lateagain wrote::lol: I figured it was to do with logs but missed that that was a water texture! Not one of MSTS's strengths ...water textures? :wink:

Geoff
Well, I have no problem imagine a log pond, IMO the texture work looks beautiful. To each his own, I guess.
Not a criticism of your texture :( ...it's just that compared with later simulation programmes MSTS doesn't have very good water :) ? Very impressed with the scenery so far.

Geoff
Hi Geoff,

I didn't take it as a criticism, not at all :) . I don't compare the simulator programmes against each other anymore, I'm doing MSTS/OR now, and I don't care about the rest.
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I didn't take it as a criticism, not at all :) . I don't compare the simulator programmes against each other anymore, I'm doing MSTS/OR now, and I don't care about the rest.
I'm with you on Train Sims but as a Flight Sim fan and a Sub Sim fan the weather and water are definitely limited in MSTS? Mind you FSX (slightly newer) doesn't do water well either!

As far as Rail Sims are concerned depth and close range detail of scenery create the best "virtual world"? They don't have to be "frame stopping" or "High definition"? ...just a believable world to drive through? :wink:

MSTS's "tile limitation's" have been overcome by a lot of inventiveness. OR will hopefully expand the possibilities? Hope the route you're showing will be available?

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lateagain wrote:
I didn't take it as a criticism, not at all :) . I don't compare the simulator programmes against each other anymore, I'm doing MSTS/OR now, and I don't care about the rest.
I'm with you on Train Sims but as a Flight Sim fan and a Sub Sim fan the weather and water are definitely limited in MSTS? Mind you FSX (slightly newer) doesn't do water well either!

As far as Rail Sims are concerned depth and close range detail of scenery create the best "virtual world"? They don't have to be "frame stopping" or "High definition"? ...just a believable world to drive through? :wink:

MSTS's "tile limitation's" have been overcome by a lot of inventiveness. OR will hopefully expand the possibilities? Hope the route you're showing will be available?

Geoff
I dont' do flight or sub sims, and honestly, I don't spend much time considering or thinking about the limitations of one program vs. another. I just enjoy the charm and atmosphere of MSTS.
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Tranquil scenes from somewhere in the Pacific Northwest.

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Somewhere in the Pacific Northwest.

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Somewhere in the Pacific Northwest. Continued.

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A little bit of diesel atsmosphere...

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Soft scenes from the Green River...

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Union Pacific on The Feather River Canyon Route...

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Re: A little bit of Atmosphere 2

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Just random bit's of soft lightened atmosphere....

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