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September 14, 2014 at 17:47 #8223
Wanted to show this picture 🙂September 14, 2014 at 18:48 #8243
Ben je ze van plan in een pack te releasen of een per een? Hoe dan ook, ze zien er uit alsof we er uren pret mee gaan hebben. Enige ideetjes mbt [mogelijke] andere treinen die je ook wil doen?September 14, 2014 at 18:53 #8247
Thanks, I will definitely build more trains 🙂
Not sure which train I will make next, maybe the SLT maybe the ICM 😉September 14, 2014 at 19:07 #8249
I’d reckon the ICM “Koploper” to be the more iconic of the two. Plus, the amazing Stadler Flirt that just was made already gives us an ultramodern looking EMU for now. I’d also love to see a Thalys/TGV repaint for the PBK [TFV in game] and the Benelux-train of before with the HLe11, but that’s just me.
On a personal note, could I ask you if you might consider the NMBS MS75? I’m afraid I’m no good at modding, but I’d love to see that specific EMU in the game. I spent a lot of time in it irl as a kid, so. I’d happily PayPal you for your time and the effort!September 14, 2014 at 20:05 #8291
Maybe in the future Banter!
It costs me around 25 hours to actually create a train.
The reason for making dutch trains is that I actually already have the models (which i use for 3d printing), now it only takes me 3 to 5 hours to get it up and running ingame (+ adding textures).
So when I have the time, I might consider the MS75 🙂
September 14, 2014 at 23:58 #8349
- This reply was modified 8 years, 8 months ago by SpoorObjecten.
Aha, I totally agree on getting the models you already have into the game; it’d be a pity to leave stuff unused, especially if it’s ready to go. I’m honoured you’re at least considering the MS75. I’ll make sure to lurk the forums in case you ever bear down on it, I’d love to encourage you when you get a start on it! And of course, as mentioned earlier, I’d be willing to PayPal you something for the effort.
Maybe I’ll try modding again once you get cracking on it and do the MS86 to keep it company. 🙂September 15, 2014 at 00:10 #8352Jonathan078NLParticipant
Nice trains!September 15, 2014 at 00:44 #8366EimaiParticipant
Just a little note about the Belgian trains, the official names for them in Dutch are MR75 and MR86 (MR for “motorrijtuig”), and not MS75/86 (source: I’m a train driver on these trains 🙂 ) (*). French names are AM75 and AM86 for automotrice. So not sure if you’d want to pick the Dutch or French name in the game…
But yeah, I’d love to see those in the game of course 🙂 Maybe you could even add the original grey/orange colour scheme of the MR75…
(*) although, to be accurate, it used to be MS75, but that wasn’t the original name either, it was MS800, and MS08 before that (not to be confused with the new MR08, which are the Desiro trains that are sometimes wrongly named MS08 like on Wikipedia)…September 15, 2014 at 01:50 #8372
Thanks for the heads up, I’ll make sure to use the correct names then from now on. I looked up the grey and orange, it doesn’t look that nice [to me]. My memories only go as far as the bordeaux scheme with yellow accents, so I’d love that scheme much more.
Are the MR75’s still getting modernised, by the way?September 15, 2014 at 10:42 #8414RebletParticipant
Nice work SpoorObjecten! Love to see some Dutch trains in the game. 🙂
RebletSeptember 15, 2014 at 12:27 #8441EimaiParticipant
Are the MR75′s still getting modernised, by the way?
Well, they’re still working on it apparently, but most of us would be surprised if we ever see more than one finished. These trains are really in bad shape and the modernization comes a bit too late now. I still think they will at one point abandon the whole project, but right now they seem to continue since several people are working on it. Also, should they abandon it, there’s this problem with trains running to Roosendaal in the Netherlands, where the MR75 is really the only one that can be used for that. A single MR86 could also be used, but that would not really be sufficient at busy hours. So something is needed to replace them first…September 15, 2014 at 12:37 #8442September 15, 2014 at 16:13 #8478
Quick question, are you planning to feature animated doors? I can imagine a 3D model not needing one, so I’m wondering if you’re going the extra mile.. It’d be a bit jarring otherwise though!September 15, 2014 at 17:42 #8507
Nope, I’m not going for animated doors, sorry 🙁September 15, 2014 at 19:03 #8533
All it needs is a pantograph and I’m happy 🙂 ohh and a coupler
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