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    I was hoping to hear more about the progress at Crosstie Studios, as it looks and sounds promising, but not a peep outta' them since late November.
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    Yup i use Railworks for "pretty" and route building, Marc.

    I have used all versions of Trainz for over 14 years, but it's going nowhere in my opinion.

    So it is the end of the road for me.

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    Hard to tell since none of the articles on the crossties website are dated, but it looks to me as though they ran out of steam. I might be a bit cynical since I followed all the arguments years ago on MSTS-X versus PI Engineering's Trainmaster, neither of which are finished yet.

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    Back on topic, can't believe this is my monitor or video card, is everyone else seeing the way the red channel overpowers everything else?





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    Now you have too much green.
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    Between the monitor, the video card and the end program lots of ills can be corrected or created. I suspect that the shaders settings in TANE may have something to do with the visual experiences some have. I too find RailWorks to offer a better visual experience then TANE. As with most visuals it is difficult to but into words but I would call the RailWorks presentation to be a bit "softer". Not in terms of focus but rather relative to light. Light disperses. It does so as a penalty for passing through our filthy atmosphere. The disbursement is not linear. Railworks seems to have embodied some of that so that the color lighting in a scene is deliberately uneven, particularly at the edges where the originating source usually emits a lesser level.

    Today we have many talented structure and effects creators who offer beautiful and unusual views. However, to be obviously outstanding even the best hand made creation must have the final touches of an ARTIST.
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    I'm a C&NW fanatic, you can NEVER have too much green!



    Seriously, I don't see it - turn the green down a little and I get this;



    That looks different, but to my eye not necessarily better.

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    In the top photo I see a green haze over everything, like they are tinted green, the bottom one looks way better to me, so I guess it is all in the eyes of the beholder
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    First pic does have a green hue, Jim.

    Noticeable immediately if you look at the bare baseboard colouring.

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