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Pictures and updates of the Locomotives and rolling stock to be included in the pack.
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Well, while we try and get the forum on the right line forward, i'll just show these two screenshots. Hopefully we'll get all the screenshots up soon, but for now, i'll try and satisfy your tastebuds with these two:

The Y9.....Well, it now has finished what all railway rolling stock should have........wheels!:

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And, for the third time, Maude is being done again. This time to scale drawings..........and by gosh it looks a mile better than before ( not sure if it's my skills improving or if it is the scale drawings, but :D ):

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Looking Great on both counts. People keep mentioning using squares for wheels to save on polys, but I'm about to begin on a set in TSM and I can't quite see how it's going to work, so I'm going for full shapes as well... Is the Y9 wearing both numbers (4(?) & 68095) in preservation - looks slightly odd to me.
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I'm basically modelling it after how it is in the Museum, can't seem to find any photos of it in full NBR livery, and I don't think it has ever ran with the SRPS in BR Livery, however i may remove the numberplate once the model is finished
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Well, Here's The First Screenshot Of What Livery I Was Going To Put Maude In First:

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I Thought Since I Did BR On The Last Attempt, NBR Should Be On This One. This Is The First Revelaing Of What The Livery Was, Nobody Except From Me ( Yes, Even Other BKRTS Members Never Knew!!! ) Knew About It. It's COming Together, Although Not Much Progress Will Be Seen Tomorrow As I Have A Lot Of Other Arrangements.

Hope You All Like It, Please Tell Me If There's Any Little Niggles With The Model That You Can Spot.
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Captial Letters Are For The Start Of Sentances, Not Every Word ;):P

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Lovely Stuff Guys Looking forward to this One!!;)
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rwaceyw wrote:Captial Letters Are For The Start Of Sentances, Not Every Word ;):P

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Oops, sorry David. Been doing some information systems homework on my p.c, and because of how the databases are done, it requires a capital at the start of each word lol, so I've kinda forgot to stop doing that here :oops:
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JonathonAG wrote:
rwaceyw wrote:Captial Letters Are For The Start Of Sentances, Not Every Word ;):P

David
Oops, sorry David. Been doing some information systems homework on my p.c, and because of how the databases are done, it requires a capital at the start of each word lol, so I've kinda forgot to stop doing that here :oops:
David, you should have replied; "That's not how you spell capital and sentence!" :wink:

On a serious note, if you start on 303, please post updates on it as I'm really keen to follow its progress.
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*shrug* It was late :P Thats my excuse ;)

Bring on a 303 8)
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Maude is looking lovely i'm sure you'll agree :D

And as for the 303, well the roof and the sides are done. I've made an attempt at the cab, but i'm hoping to redo it sometime later in the build:

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Maude is looking great - much better that your first attempt :D
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Well i did promise another screenshot:

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Tommorows feature will include bogies, wheels and some more textured items........stay tuned

P.S . Still some work to be done on texturing with the lights on the front, still playing around for that "glass" effect and need to tint the smaller ones red
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Looks Good Jonathon
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Indeed.
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