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Thread: Paducah GP10 progress

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    Default Paducah GP10 progress

    Hi folks, I've made a bit more progress on the GP10. It's still a long way from being finished, but the exterior is starting to look like a real locomotive now.




    I plan on doing several variations once the base model is complete. In truth, some of these locomotives have wild variations. I'm going to stick to the most common variants, and try to do them with the Dynacell and saddle air filters, as well as Ocitrol and Gyralite warning lights. Hopefully I'll have another update in a week or so.

    Tyler

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    Looking good, it's nice to have some of these older models.
    Jim

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    Looks better than the new Intermountain ones!
    Maxwell Brisben
    President of Northern Vermont Locomotive Works
    Photographer at Hollow View Photography
    Texture Artist at BLW Productions/Zosa Trains

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    Fantastic looking! K&E has room for these!
    http://i.imgur.com/wcbfygM.png
    Conductor/Engineer at Vermont Rail System

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    Quote Originally Posted by WynterLee View Post
    Looks better than the new Intermountain ones!
    A lot cheaper too!

    I've made more progress on the GP10. I think the base model is done, but I still need to work on textures.







    I'll post again when I get one lettered.

    Tyler

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    Now that's impressive!

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    Tyler, could you hang on to an unlettered set of skins? It would provide a good starting point for doing roads such as IAIS, GMSR, PAL, CC, etc.
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    MMC(SS), USN (Ret.)

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    impressive+3d train+3d cab
    Last edited by 500emddie; 05-31-2017 at 01:39 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebnertra000 View Post
    Now that's impressive!
    I completely agree!

    John DeLamater

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    Oh man I love the 3D cab
    Jon Clark - Butler, Pa

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