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    OK Here you go..... Screenshot from this morning with more or less the final texture set on the loco....

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    Now working on the tender..... So we're not too far away from Beta....

    Any notes or comments welcome, especially anything telling me where it's still not right, because this is the last chance to get corrections to the model and textures in before I close the door on changes.....

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    Julian (Fozzy The Bear)


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    Awesome. Thanks Fozzy. Commin along great.

    Adam

    PS I'm usin my country talk today! Just haven a little fun. YEHA

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    >PS I'm usin my country talk
    >today! Just haven a little
    >fun. YEHA

    Well at least the Cows will understand what you're saying Adam :D LOL

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    [font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON May-30-02 AT 10:17AM (EDT)[/font][p]Thanks Fozzy. Looks like the real thing. I was reading that you are going to close the designing area for the K-36. But you need to send it to the beta testers before you do that. They might catch something you may have forgot. Just wanted to tell you.

    Adam

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    Shorthand:
    !!!!!!!!!!
    :-)
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    [font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON May-30-02 AT 10:24AM (EDT)[/font][p]>You have any
    >more in game shots?? Just
    >wondering.

    Just change your post before I get chance to stick a picture up will ya Adam!! ROFL :) and yes it will go to the beta testers including you for final comment and changes before release.

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    Will that do for now?? On a bridge just outside St Anton...... funny camera angle though.... makes it look distorted. LOL :D

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    Julian (Fozzy The Bear)

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    I'm not much of a steam fan Fozzy but that looks great!!!! :7

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    Jeeeezzz!! When I look at that I start to wonder why I still build trains... SIMPLY STUNNING!!

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    Fozzy that looks great ! how many MB will that be.Im low on room









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    Fozzy, you are turning me into a "narrow" minded person. From what I see your engine looks spectacular. I can't see anything to bring to your attention. I recently visited Antonito, and shot a few pictures of narrow gauge rolling stock. There are also numerous static narrow gauge displays all over Colorado that I took so pics of too. If you would like some reskinning help or would like the photo's let me know. Here is a "tender" moment.
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    Lets play a where is it. Guesses as to where the photo was taken...
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    GREAT WORK FOZZY!! And if you ever need anything (maybe a beta tester :-) ) feel free to email me.

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