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    Grain hoppers look excellent, really like the weathering! All the various liveries you see on trains around here are spot-on, too.

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    Well done on the hoppers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by metalangel View Post
    Grain hoppers look excellent, really like the weathering! All the various liveries you see on trains around here are spot-on, too.
    Thank You Kindly!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    Well done on the hoppers!
    Thank You Kindly!.

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    Been several days, working on my latest version of GE-ES44-AC/DC variants.
    Also, created both new trucks, knuckles & drawbars thus far.
    Finally beginning to look like a locomotive. Enjoy!

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    Began a V2 today. Got a cab interior roughed in, began laying out some of the finer details.

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    Been working on a new venture as learning ot the Roy Hill Railway (AU). Trying my hand at modeling some of their assets. Eventually going to try modeling their region, as, finding all sorts of neat goodies.
    Anyways, Here's some of the very earliest creations. Hopefully those following along will enjoy!.

    This particular eng has has radiator grills extended out over the rear porch area, due to the heat of the seasons, which they operate. Other neat little additions that really don't show so well within snapshots. In RL they standout nicely.

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    Just a couple more.
    The special order Ore-Jenny the first in a series working on, thus far two versions of same car LD / MT.

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    Sadly, my days at the pc may be winding down faster than anticipated, as, spent time with Dr.s off & on during last week, &, eye degeneration had set in, now learned both eyes now also have advanced stages of cataracts, which, really hampers things. Hoping to keep plugging away best I can. Takes forever just typing. Find myself correcting over & over.
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    metalangel Guest

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    Sorry to hear about your eyes, I hope there's something they can figure out for you. Always enjoy looking at the wonderful things you build even if I haven't had time to try out Rolling Line myself yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalangel View Post
    Sorry to hear about your eyes, I hope there's something they can figure out for you. Always enjoy looking at the wonderful things you build even if I haven't had time to try out Rolling Line myself yet.

    Thank You Kindly. Things not set in stone just yet, though. the tone I took away, we're to let nature somewhat take its course, believe pain control be more their focus this late stage, Sadly, not getting any younger At 88, not so sure have the stamina, nor, will for more in-depth punishment anyways. TS / RL / R8 / 3DBuilder / Blender be my comfort these days. Hell got no others to blab with most days anyways. Sorry starting to ramble, another fault these days. Forgiveness is a virtue.

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