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    Yes that would be helpful, maybe some tutorials for 3DCanvas and Blender too.
    Brave the forest, brave the stone,
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    I think this thread should be a sticky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin View Post
    I think this thread should become a sticky
    Quote Originally Posted by Colin View Post
    I think this thread should be a sticky.
    I agree whole-heartedly!!

    I went looking for this thread this morning and it was almost buried on the second page ...

    Mods, can we get this stickied?

    Thanks!

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    added Trainguy76 tutorial on who to convert Trainz/MSTS model to RW.
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    thank you for the sticky!
    Josh

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    Default update!

    added Trainguy76 tutorial on RailWorks packager.
    https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/showthread.php?t=290165&
    Josh

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    Brave the forest, brave the stone,
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    http://www.cdschools.org/54223045235...BCOB=0&C=55205

    Basic Blender stuff. Not train related but a neat little intro to Blender.

    Dave......
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    A good tutorial would be how to follow the track on decals. I am attempting to do this and I just can't get the track to properly follow the decal track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OSR View Post
    A good tutorial would be how to follow the track on decals. I am attempting to do this and I just can't get the track to properly follow the decal track.
    My method for laying track:

    1) Don't use the easement tool; use the snap to track option instead (lower left flyout)
    2) Lay the straight stretches first; make them longer than necessary for now
    3) Following your decals or route markers, join the straights with curves; overlap ends as needed (using the snap-to option you do NOT HAVE to start at the end or meet at the end of tracks. Try several "takeoff" points from your "near" straight until your curve matches your plan. If it won't snap-to the "far" straight, change your takeoff point. Only on rare occasions should you need to make a curve in two pieces to get it aligned.
    4) Delete the overlaps and weld the joins
    Last edited by Evictoria; 12-19-2010 at 09:22 AM.

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