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    Since it is easy to over detail in UE4.

    Suggest an award be given to the first person who produces a five FPS route that runs great on their computer.

    Harold

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    As you see it, but the other issue is what high end software (3D and graphics) might be needed to get asset content in there. The budget will not run to £1000's to get a few custom station signs in their route.
    Vern the really good new for you is that UE4 has included its own geometry editor, especially good for things like buildings it even sorts out all the UV mapping and if you use the correct materials all brick courses line up automatically (world aligned textures)
    You Tube UE4 Geometry Brushes or UE4 BSP

    Sly
    (makes a change to hear good news eh ?)

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    Now that is definitely encouraging...
    Vern.

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    After editor announced, this is my first TSW (to be) endeavour.
    The Indian locomotive class WAM - 4 is a very successful class of 25 kV AC electric locomotives used in India. The first member of the class was indigenously designed and built by CLW in 1970. The class was produced until 1983.
    These are Tap Charger Locos as same as BR Class 86.


    Cheers




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    Tap Changer i think he means.

    Ugly looking loco's in my opinion. But it would be good to see something different in game.

    Mike.
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    *Tap Changer. I misspelt. Thanks.
    I am afraid you don't loved the loco. He is not a ugly fellow. It was most successful loco produced for Indian Railways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalRailways View Post
    .... He is not a ugly fellow. It was most successful loco produced for Indian Railways.
    Success does not mean pretty.


    What's with the grille across the windows......for protection against bird-strikes?
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    Any kind of activity which can destroy windscreens, hence grills.

    The other one -


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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalRailways View Post
    Any kind of activity which can destroy windscreens, hence grills.
    ANY activity?
    Rock throwing, for example?
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    Kind of!

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