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    Thumbs up Something Something Darkside...California based...

    I won't say which shortline, but those of you who are smart will tell the paint scheme right away! I'm at a sticky point with one part of a texture, so I thought I'd post a tease...

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    Hi frank,

    what Eng-Model is this? What part of texture?
    I hope, the Community can understand my posts.

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    Being as I know exactly what that is, I'll refrain from spoiling it.
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    Big thanks to all of the content creators out there, both payware and freeware, for keeping this hobby alive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwyrick View Post
    Being as I know exactly what that is, I'll refrain from spoiling it.
    Much appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flanker View Post
    Hi frank,

    what Eng-Model is this? What part of texture?
    It's a SLI GP15-1...Turns out it's an over-all model size issue. I worked around it the best I could though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dedwa15237 View Post
    DING! DING! DING! We have a winner! Although I do know the Arizona & California Railroad did use the same paint scheme as well!! Here is a progress shot compared to a few hours ago...I had to go back and refine a few things.

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    Frank, that's way better than my attempts at it! Great job!
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    Thanks Joey!

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    I'm going to call it done. I have just one minor issue that I can't seem to fix since the part of the engine is "textured" to another part that requires a different color...

    KIND comments and critiques are welcome. In other words, "If you have NOTHING NICE to say, DO NOT SAY anything!".

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