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    Lookin' Good!

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    I guess I gotta quit worrying about how many poly's I use... NICE!

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    As long as you don't overload the model with UVW unrapping's is no problem, that's why I use lots of tiny textures on my models instead of only a couple of big ones. It worked with FS2002 then it must work here as well (the model I made for FS had about 58,000 polys)!

    Carlos

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    Dang! That's one realy fine diesel, I'll be waiting for the release as it totally ROCKS BIGTIME! :7

    /Jonatan

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    NICE!!!!!!!!!! :D LOOKIN GREAT!!!!!!!!!!! I can't wait to get my hands on that beast!!

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    Hello

    Here you are find more informations of this type of locomotive

    http://www.berail.be/usa/

    in the future i wish a model of the european unit

    http://www.berail.be/usa/emd_images/1818ger.jpg

    http://www.berail.be/usa/emd_images/1818_1.jpg



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    Wow, great looking model.

    Is this the locomotive they crashed into a nuclear flask at Sandia?
    http://www.nuclearfaq.ca/cask2.jpg

    cheers


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    WoW! Is that from a movie...if so where can I d/l?

    It looks like a different loco in the pics of the crash.

    Man those nuclear flasks are invincible...good thing too.

    Great looking loco!

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    Ahhh, I can see it in US Air Force livery! Why not paint it into #2104, the MRS-1 at the San Diego Railroad Museum? I remember it was starred in the video "There Goes a Train." The radio was out of order and "Brakeman Dave" had to climb above a car to reach #2104 before the train hit a vehicle on the tracks. In my opinion, they could have made a more exiting plot, but I suppose this video was aimed at the younger children. (Hey, why not make it into an activity?)

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    Wow, looking great. Recently I set out to model the MRS-1 as well in TSM--only have about an hour and a half into it though. My plan was to model #1718. The railing, exahust, pilot, steps, and probably more are different from #1820. #1718 was used in Alaska for the Air Force. Hopefully I can come close to your level of detail!

    Dave

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