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Thread: SLI Repaints

  1. #141
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSRX View Post
    It's a hit or miss. The cars need to be a spot on match to what is modeled. I want to attempt it with some of the TBOX, NRLX, and RBOX photos I have, but it's iffy. It takes patience, and sometimes it doesn't work out, so the project becomes scrapped.

    I have a total of 15 photos to work with on these Herzog cars (wasn't able to get a picture of all 40 stuffed here in the yard) but, it's something!
    trial and error, until you succeed.
    Chimbica Dash8

  2. #142
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt C View Post
    Nice job on the leaser. Like the weathering especially.
    hey Curt!!

    I did this because I saw a photo and thought it would look great in the simulator.

    I appreciate the compliment.
    Chimbica Dash8

  3. #143
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    UP ES44AC repaint

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    Nice touch on the weathering on 8026!

  6. #146
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    Thanks. Replacement file for UP trainset2 will available at mid march


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    Looks good, why the change in yellow though ?
    Todd
    Iowa Chicago and Eastern Mason City Sub

  8. #148
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    Todd, the yellow on the original UP C45ACCTE units was too vivid. In other words, the hue and saturation of the yellow were a little stronger than they prototypically display. A weathered texture would even out these elements, giving the locomotive its sense of wear and tear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachBell4400 View Post
    Todd, the yellow on the original UP C45ACCTE units was too vivid. In other words, the hue and saturation of the yellow were a little stronger than they prototypically display. A weathered texture would even out these elements, giving the locomotive its sense of wear and tear.
    I thought they were ok imo I also thought they were wanting to go with a new paint job not weathered ?
    Todd
    Iowa Chicago and Eastern Mason City Sub

  10. #150
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    Work is progressed.
    But I'm so busy lately, release date is end of the month.


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