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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by ttdlover » 12 Aug 2018 16:46

Quast65 wrote:
ttdlover wrote:
ttdlover wrote:hello there, im looking for these planes, pls help :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
It looks Russian/Soviet to me (because of the little red flag on its tail).
My best guess is that its either a Tupolev TU-22M or Tupolev TU-160:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tupolev_Tu-22M
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tupolev_Tu-160

There is a Russian plane-set:
viewtopic.php?f=26&t=25516&hilit=russian+plane+set
But I dont think its in there…

I did click on Grigory's link to his thread on the Russian OpenTTD forums, there he uses the picture you posted, as an avatar:
http://forums.ttdrussia.net/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=435
But I cant read Russian, so no idea what is posted there ;-)

My best advise is to ask around on the Russian forum (if you speak Russian ;-) )
Although it looks to me like its something he has made for himself and didnt release, as most probably its an Soviet bomber and there are not a lot of military planes around in OpenTTD…

made for himself ? oh no....thx

I cant read Russian as well and I just found on those forums another picture, what do you think about those rail tracks and catenary?
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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by acs121 » 12 Aug 2018 16:47

It is USSR planes.
It actually is in the thread Quast linked to, but there's a GRF for each plane.
Look at the GRF list on the first post.

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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by Quast65 » 12 Aug 2018 17:30

ttdlover wrote:I cant read Russian as well and I just found on those forums another picture, what do you think about those rail tracks and catenary?
Those are probably in the XUSSR-set:
viewtopic.php?f=26&t=14582&hilit=xussr
Although the catenary doesnt exactly look like that…
So the picture may be from an old release.
Most recent one can be found here:
http://bundles.openttdcoop.org/xussrset ... es/LATEST/
Download xussr-r6797.zip It has trains and rails/catenary
acs121 wrote:It is USSR planes.
It actually is in the thread Quast linked to, but there's a GRF for each plane.
Look at the GRF list on the first post.
And where exactly have you found that (presumed) Tupolev?
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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by acs121 » 12 Aug 2018 17:46

Actually i've looked... and your thread on the english forums do contain a plane. The Tu-144 looks like the one said.

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Post by Quast65 » 12 Aug 2018 17:55

acs121 wrote:Actually i've looked... and your thread on the english forums do contain a plane. The Tu-144 looks like the one said.
Thats not it ;-)
The Tu-144 looks like a Concorde and was the first supersonic airliner.

The plane in the picture of ttdlover has a variable sweep wing design:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variable-sweep_wing
As you can see in his picture the plane has a wide wing when landing and swept when on ground (and presumably also in flight).
This kind of design is limited primarily to military aircraft.

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@ttdlover
That catenary does seem to be from a very early version of the XUSSR-set:
viewtopic.php?f=26&t=14582&hilit=xussr
It can be found in the Static Objects, it does also affect landscape though…
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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by ttdlover » 13 Aug 2018 11:13

where to get these tram tracks?
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Post by Quast65 » 13 Aug 2018 11:23

ttdlover wrote:where to get these tram tracks?
Could you post a link to where you found that image?
Could make it a bit easier for us to find ;-)
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Post by acs121 » 13 Aug 2018 12:30

It is from Lightrail/tramtracks, you can find it on BaNaNaS.
As for the tram it is from German Road Vehicle Set, it is still available on the forums, search for it.

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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by CazadorSirenas » 13 Aug 2018 14:58

Hello people, I'm back with another graphic asking :-)

I found this snow NewGRF that changes terrain softer in five steps rather than only three. It may not seem as much but the change is nicely notable! So I was thinking if maybe anyone knows of a similar way for tropical? I mean the change from grass/desert ground be softer too. I tried the content online with several words as entry, but either it doesn't exist or I'm not having any luck finding it.

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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by ttdlover » 13 Aug 2018 15:43

Quast65 wrote:
ttdlover wrote:where to get these tram tracks?
Could you post a link to where you found that image?
Could make it a bit easier for us to find ;-)
i dont know i had this pic in in my computer for like 9 months and wanted to just ask, i dont know where i got it from

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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by ttdlover » 13 Aug 2018 15:44

CazadorSirenas wrote:Hello people, I'm back with another graphic asking :-)

I found this snow NewGRF that changes terrain softer in five steps rather than only three. It may not seem as much but the change is nicely notable! So I was thinking if maybe anyone knows of a similar way for tropical? I mean the change from grass/desert ground be softer too. I tried the content online with several words as entry, but either it doesn't exist or I'm not having any luck finding it.
what are u talking about? show us some pics

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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by CazadorSirenas » 13 Aug 2018 15:55

ttdlover wrote:what are u talking about? show us some pics
Embarrassing fact... I don't know how to post picture here :oops: I barely joined this forums four days ago.

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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by Pyoro » 13 Aug 2018 16:03

Snow-transition can have five tiles:
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Full snow, very nearly full snow, almost full snow, some snow, a bit of a snow, (full grass).

And they are asking whether there's any GRF have the same; just between desert and desert-grass tiles (which is just desert -> some mix -> grass).

I don't know a GRF that's doing it and I'm not sure it can easily be done. You can't just define now groundtile-types. Although it might be somehow possible to get around it, I don't know.

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Post by CazadorSirenas » 13 Aug 2018 16:18

Yes, that's exactly! :D Thanks again for your input and the picture, Pyoro.


p.s. I named my first big harbour after your nick, since it was thank to you I got that patch! :wink:

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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by acs121 » 13 Aug 2018 17:58

You can have two GRFs doing that : Japanese Landscape and OpenGFX+ Landscape. Both are available in online content. Japanese Landscape also modifies roads and rail tunnels, so be aware of that.

Also, i'd be pleased to look at your Pyoro Harbour :D

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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by Quast65 » 13 Aug 2018 19:38

acs121 wrote:You can have two GRFs doing that : Japanese Landscape and OpenGFX+ Landscape. Both are available in online content. Japanese Landscape also modifies roads and rail tunnels, so be aware of that.
He is already aware of smoother snow transitions, his question is if that is also possible in Tropical, for a smoother transition from desert to grass, which I dont think exists (sadly :cry: ).
acs121 wrote:Also, i'd be pleased to look at your Pyoro Harbour :D
Me too!
acs121 wrote:It is from Lightrail/tramtracks, you can find it on BaNaNaS.
Are you sure? In the picture you can see brownish pylons and black wires, does Lightrail/tramtracks have that?
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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by acs121 » 13 Aug 2018 20:54

IIRC it does.

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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by CazadorSirenas » 13 Aug 2018 20:56

I will gladly submit a picture of my harbour, if I get to know how. I'll try now!
So there's no grass/desert transition... what a pity.



So ok, maybe it doesn't look that great, but just being able to actually DO IT is an incredible feeling! :mrgreen:
EDIT: the picture comes as a download? Why? I hoped it would show as a normal image...
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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by wallyweb » 13 Aug 2018 21:22

CazadorSirenas wrote:I will gladly submit a picture of my harbour, if I get to know how. I'll try now!
So there's no grass/desert transition... what a pity.
Nice! :D
So ok, maybe it doesn't look that great, but just being able to actually DO IT is an incredible feeling! :mrgreen:
More :D !
EDIT: the picture comes as a download? Why? I hoped it would show as a normal image...
Anything bigger than 800 pixels x 600 pixels goes into download. 8)
Pyoro's image is exactly 800x600. One pixel bigger in any direction and he would be in downloadville.
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Re: Looking for Graphics? Ask Here.

Post by Pyoro » 14 Aug 2018 07:48

Well, look at that; it's not even just any old port, it's a great port :mrgreen:

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