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Not like old days…

Hello world,

I’m no good at modeling anymore I feel, one of the reasons for that is that I don’t do much work in 3D modeling anymore, and another reason is I don’t have the greatest textures around either to build with.

But, it don’t stop me from trying sometimes when the feel is there, the energy is there, or the plain old lust for something I see in a new old thing I just bought… LOL

Or, any other reason comes by to convince me to crank open gmax and do my best.

One such reason came through a young fellow on the Trainz forum a while ago, but I seem unable to make my self understandable so it never got very far.
But, through a friend of mine, I was able to secure a better look of this material – still not as good as I wished it was, but way better then I first had access to.

Then, next time mood stroke me, early this week, I started on making this model.

I built it in a different way then I used too, and it took me several days – including 1,5 day I was unable as my back & neck was killing me and feeling really painful making computer work not interesting at all.

Yesterday it was better, and together with some hours today making my self some textures, I’ve ended up with this structure here looking down on it from a old program called TrainzObjectExplorer (TOE):

Iron Blossom Mine No.3 Orebin for Trainz

Lot of work still remains on this, and I have yet to find any good place for it on any of my test maps. It don’t fit my Cripple Creek project, but it felt good to do some modeling again so maybe it will gain some usefulness for me after all. 🙂


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