Waggonz Class 90

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Re: Waggonz Class 90

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OMG... when people talk about a cycle in the DVT I thought they were joking.

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A really nice touch. A simple thing that adds to the realism. Very good.
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The old HST Mk3 looks poor by comparison.

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I have just seen you WIP images of the DVT on your facebook page , all i can you are Geniuses 8)
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winifred89 wrote:I have just seen you WIP images of the DVT on your facebook page , all i can you are Geniuses 8)
Thank you, it was a pain to get it done, I think that one is the fourth I've built now.
Every time we got it to the stage where it could go into game it just didn't look right.
but I'm finally happy with this one.

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DaveDewhurst wrote:
winifred89 wrote:I have just seen you WIP images of the DVT on your facebook page , all i can you are Geniuses 8)
Thank you, it was a pain to get it done, I think that one is the fourth I've built now.
Every time we got it to the stage where it could go into game it just didn't look right.
but I'm finally happy with this one.

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Brilliant work Dave and Chris.
I'm glad that you've got this model to where it is. It will be a must have to everyone who has Train Simulator 2013 in my opinion and it finally brings to light a Driving Trailer. At long last!

I was also checking some of the pictures on your Facebook page and just WOW. The inside of the DVT is just amazing. I never thought you'd put so much detail into it! Trust you two to include a bike model :P

Looking forward to the end product. Don't feel rushed. You've got all the time in the world!
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FuSSionZ wrote:......Don't feel rushed. You've got all the time in the world!
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No, don't feel rushed.
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Cheers guys,

Couple more shots of the IC DVT.

The exterior model is all but finished, a couple of minor bits to sort, couple of texture tweaks and the External Cab to add.

Won't be too long now before it's all done. :)
















Cheers,

Chris.

*Edit* Before anybody says it, I know it should be aligned the other way :)
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Re: Waggonz Class 90

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Very nice indeed!
Just curious, why have you used 2 different IC stripe shades for the 90 and the DVT - as in on the 90 it's orange and on the DVT it's red?
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xguerra wrote: Just curious, why have you used 2 different IC stripe shades for the 90 and the DVT - as in on the 90 it's orange and on the DVT it's red?
daemonmp3 wrote: a couple of minor bits to sort, couple of texture tweaks...
That would be one of the texture tweaks 8)

Cheers,

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:o

I'm still throwing money at the screen and nothing is still happening. Can somebody help me solve this issue?
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Re: Waggonz Class 90

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daemonmp3 wrote:
xguerra wrote: Just curious, why have you used 2 different IC stripe shades for the 90 and the DVT - as in on the 90 it's orange and on the DVT it's red?
daemonmp3 wrote: a couple of minor bits to sort, couple of texture tweaks...
That would be one of the texture tweaks 8)

Cheers,

Chris.
Oh I see :D How silly of me.

Red looks better to me personally.
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Re: Waggonz Class 90

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xguerra wrote:
daemonmp3 wrote:
xguerra wrote: Just curious, why have you used 2 different IC stripe shades for the 90 and the DVT - as in on the 90 it's orange and on the DVT it's red?
daemonmp3 wrote: a couple of minor bits to sort, couple of texture tweaks...
That would be one of the texture tweaks 8)

Cheers,

Chris.
Oh I see :D How silly of me.

Red looks better to me personally.
Have to agree with you there!
Found some inside pictures for you Waggonz, apologies for the shody quality and I also apologise if you also include the inside of the DVT as the exterior model :P. This was the best cameras were in 2007!
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Waggonz Class 90

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Ooh looking very nice indeed.

Just watch the WCML consist formations had first at the DVT / Up end unlike the Liverpool St services.

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