And lastly The NR Class with one front window installed.
All these are slowly but surely getting close to completion but just when i think i have em nailed i find another project to start..lol.
Looking good there Mick, hows the 49 class going?Howdy David and thanks mate but the 49 Class turned into an absolute disaster, Here's one of the final renders before exporting
That 49er looks good. Not a criticism, but I'm curious as to your desire to model the NR, given DavidO has had a decent model out for a few years? A desire for a better mousetrap?Thanks KR not too sure what the mousetrap part means but for me just being an avid fan of modern Aussie Railways the NR would have to be one of my most favourite Aussie Loco's, And yes whilst David has and still has a decent model of one i think that's why i'm probably so slow in making my Aussie stuff for the game..lol. I think why should i bother when David and Nat have already made nearly every thing i use in the game and now that Vinnybarb has made the newer SCT Models with a DL Class due out shortly i really wouldn't need to make anything but i'd still like to see how mine looks in the end.
Fair enough then. You've piqued my interest now, I didn't know the SCT was available. The mousetrap reference was a saying I'd heard many moons ago about building a better mousetrap and the world'll beat a path to your door - or something like that.KR thanks for the explanation i thought it may of been a insiders name for the loco lol. Vinnybarb has a heap of modern Aussie loco's released on the DLS now so just search that username and they should all come up. He is finishing of the DL Class now so that should not be far away either.
Sunds unlike much the same reason I made a bunch of NSW signals years ago, but I never got around to uploading them to the DLS.
KR thanks for the explanation i thought it may of been a insiders name for the loco lol. Vinnybarb has a heap of modern Aussie loco's released on the DLS now so just search that username and they should all come up. He is finishing of the DL Class now so that should not be far away either.I did end up finishing most of what I was working on, but never bothered scripting them to work in the newer versions of Trainz, nor did I ever bother to upload them to the DLS. Life got in the way, as it often does. The workings and images below formed the basis to the signal creation guide I wrote a few years ago, though the rest of the tutorial images were lost when Fotopic went belly-up with no notice...And I've never been able to get their recovery thing to work so it looks like they're gone forever.
Speaking of Signals any chance we could see a pic of your work i made a Tonnage Plate ( I think that's what they are called ) awhile ago for another Aussie Trainzer for his Aussie Route.
I'll save you the effort of looking.Wow what a bonus thank you very very much that will come in very handy. I finally mapped the ARFY and rendered it too texture so now its into the paintshop.
And after an A'HA moment, I managed to get into Fotopic so I can update the tutorial with the correct images soon...
Building your own signals -Gmax and coding instructions.
Thought i'd try my hand at making a Cirtyrail Ticket Machine.I'm fairly sure they were used in the Hunter Valley - not at the smaller station, they only had the Authority to Travel machines (the type that had ten destinations and a generic "buy your ticket at your destination" option). I'm fairly sure that at least Newcastle and Maitland would have had one of the machines pictured above, but I can't confirm that.
Not sure if these type are used in the Hunter Valley where i'm more interested in and this is the only pic i could scrummage off the Net so i think it's mainly used in the Sydney area and i know Deadly has one of these on the DLS but i thought i'd make one anyways.
i have trainz 2010 And there is no models From Australia