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The Growl

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Does anyone know where I can find diagrams such as these? I rather like them for making graphics on a game called OpenTTD, and would be interesting to see anyway. (From Wikipedia)

800px-Southern_Class_377_Diagram.PNG

Class_360_National_Express_East_Anglia_Diagram.PNG

Class_43_CrossCountry_HST_Diagram.PNG

Class_460_Gatwick_Express_Diagram.PNG
 
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XCTurbostar

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CrossCountry HST was made (or more repainted) by me. Wikipedia is where I upload most of them. Made in Paint by the way.

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Ross
 

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CrossCountry HST was made (or more repainted) by me. Wikipedia is where I upload most of them. Made in Paint by the way.

Thanks,
Ross

Firstly, I really like your drawings/edits, so thanks for making them.:D
And is there a place where I can see them all, other than wp?
 

XCTurbostar

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Thanks for your comments. I have previously used the other 3 you have posted as well as a Class 170 in order to make more of them. I don't post mine up to the Internet currently as the new ones I have made are very detailed (An example of this is the bogies on the MK3s above) I have now made a Class 67, Class 90, Class 153, Class 155, Class 158, Class 168, Class 170 and Class 377.

Here's a Class 377 Pantograph and Bogie detail - little bit burry but you get the idea - https://flic.kr/p/LWQfN6

At the moment, I am unsure about what I am going to do with them.

Thanks,
Ross
 

The Growl

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Thanks for your comments. I have previously used the other 3 you have posted as well as a Class 170 in order to make more of them. I don't post mine up to the Internet currently as the new ones I have made are very detailed (An example of this is the bogies on the MK3s above) I have now made a Class 67, Class 90, Class 153, Class 155, Class 158, Class 168, Class 170 and Class 377.

Here's a Class 377 Pantograph and Bogie detail - little bit burry but you get the idea - https://flic.kr/p/LWQfN6

At the moment, I am unsure about what I am going to do with them.

Thanks,
Ross

I'll certainly be looking around for those. Great stuff!
 

SWT158

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sorry hope did not mind but was quite at work so made some liveries of my own great fun
 

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Are these going to be 32bpp graphics sets? I would argue that the original graphics set in OpenTTD probably isn't large enough to tell different versions of a unit apart...
 

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bah, better than nothing, but given how adept people are at making models for MSTS/Railworks it's a shame there aren't more for 32bpp, there was a good UK set made for Locomotion a few years back. I can only assume it's because 32bpp is less simple to get working.
 
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