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Thread: Various BNSF Screenshots - Part 2

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    Waiting for the Kalispell local


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    Heading down Evaro Hill towards Missoula on RMD West


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    CB&Q in Wyoming's powder river


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    BNrailfan,
    May I ask a question? My intent is not malicious, just curious. You have some creative "what-if" paint schemes in your shots.
    I am wondering if it's just your screenshots, or your paint technique, but to my eye, it looks like all details are washed away on your reskins.
    I admit that I have none of your reskins, so can't look at them "up close", so I could be way off base.
    Do you paint with layers and all that, or are you just painting directly on the main image?
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    Neil,
    No worries about intent I would never assume anything would be malicious from you. I think it's my screenshots that come off that way. Maybe I don't have my computer graphics set right or something. I tried a new way to take a screenshot with the one above. Does that look better to you?

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    Yes indeed, it sure does. That is a noticeable difference for the better!
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    Trackside in Idaho during a April storm


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    Thats a nice shot!
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    Some Boeing 737's closing in on there final destination


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