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old memories... I still have that Metroliner, got it when i was six years old... omg...
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they will need a bit of contrast, but still, it's an awsome start
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An advice about those trains: I didn't check the trucks, but the trains you are drawing are way out of TTD scale... I am afraid to tell you that in the scale TTD works, it is impossible to appreciate that a vehicle is made of lego... unless you drew it as made of 2 or 4 pieces...
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There's information about train sprite sizes in my drawing tutorials (link in sig)
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Actually, it's entirely possible to change the TTD scale if you're willing to redraw everything. I don't see a problem with them using those Lego trains as they are. Basically, each one takes up one square instead of half a square. I believe the Russian set is doing similar experiments.
You know, if you are doing a complete Lego set, then you will also need to replace the company-manager faces with Mini-figures. You can easily have the several different heads, varying shirts, and the different hair and hat styles - there aren't too many.
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krtaylor wrote:Actually, it's entirely possible to change teh TTD scale if you're willing to redraw everything. I don't see a problem WITH!!!!! them using those Lego trains as they are. Basically, each one takes up one square instead of half a square. I believe teh Russian set is doing similar experiments.
I tend to differ. I don't know what the russian set intends, but you cannot enlarge train/wagon sprites, only reduce them.
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This lego set looks great. Really, it does!
Have you done any industries and could you tell me where to get LDraw or whatever its called because io would like to do the industries.
Ah forget it. I'll come back now.
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I can't await the train graphics of the 80's Lego sets
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