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What Has Happened ?? Ye of Long-windedness. .

Postby Col Hogan » Wed Oct 22, 2008 3:16 pm

Have the innertwinings of this gallant group fallen from the grace we have so earned ?
Hmmmmmm ??
Have the talented and few who have earned a place among the lesser-few gone awry?
Hmmmmmm ??
We have amassed ourselves in a gratuitus emergence of great and unknown followers
but have not kept the promises of the undying requests that have so plagued us as
we grew into the current atmosphere. But, of course, we do not tarry as from this day
henceforth, we shall all remain anonymous to our distant friends and alike and shall
nevermore meet face to face as our destinies pluder forth.

WE SHALL REIGN AMONGST THE WEARYSOME AND NE'ER-DO-WELLS ! ! !
Be gone, ye who have not entered this domain.

Pleasantly and Fortutious, I remain
The Colonel 8)
"Floundering Around in Mediocrity For No Particular Reason...."
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Re: What Has Happened ?? Ye of Long-windedness. .

Postby Pencil » Thu Oct 23, 2008 9:31 am

It's been a little slow, hasn't it?
I've been on vacation the last 7 weeks. I did a bunch of traveling, and have been taking a bit of a break from Trainz. I do have a new car in progress, so I'll post a wip shot of that. I need to switch to Blender, though, so I've been hesitant to do too much with GMAX....
I did get the opportunity to visit Promontory & see the Golden Spike display - there's a lot of good information about 1869 track, ties, and switches there. I'll have to update my tracks for TS2009 sometime :D
I also got a bunch of pictures of an 1879 St Paul & Pacific boxcar sitting in a Minneapolis museum, so expect to see that sometime, as well.

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Re: What Has Happened ?? Ye of Long-windedness. .

Postby nwhitney » Thu Oct 23, 2008 4:16 pm

COOL!

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Re: What Has Happened ?? Ye of Long-windedness. .

Postby thegrindre » Thu Oct 23, 2008 4:22 pm

Nice to see you back.
Looking forward to most anything you create.

On a second note, did you get my e-mail? Have you gotten my three tutorials up yet?
No hurry, just wondering so I can use the link(s).

:D
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Re: What Has Happened ?? Ye of Long-windedness. .

Postby jayo » Thu Oct 23, 2008 5:55 pm

Sounds interesting! 1879? If I remember right, it was the St. Paul, Minneapolis, & Manitoba by that time. :roll: Speaking of Great Northern's predecessors, we still need the respective engine! :wink:

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Re: What Has Happened ?? Ye of Long-windedness. .

Postby Pencil » Thu Oct 23, 2008 8:47 pm

did you get my e-mail? Have you gotten my three tutorials up yet?
Yep and nope :D
Thanks for the reminder!

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Re: What Has Happened ?? Ye of Long-windedness. .

Postby Pencil » Tue Oct 28, 2008 10:22 pm

OK, Rick - got the first one posted - thoughts?
http://www.carsoncarshops.com/tut-grinde-3DC-car.htm

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Re: What Has Happened ?? Ye of Long-windedness. .

Postby thegrindre » Thu Oct 30, 2008 2:30 pm

OK, Rick - got the first one posted - thoughts?
http://www.carsoncarshops.com/tut-grinde-3DC-car.htm
Looks like a winner to me. Thanks, Curtis.

:D
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