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Concretie_grey

Postby Buckeye » Sun Nov 30, 2014 11:09 am

Name: Concretie_grey
Version Number: Beta
File Name: Concretie.zip
Size: 16.34 Mb

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Description:
NEW to Lanky Track.

Concretie:
A concrete sleeper or tie track with pandrol clips as my Lanky_003 FB Track. More up to present day than my previous track, with more even weathering than the old steam era strip weathering.
Ballast shades will follow my Lanky Track shades as Lanky_001 to Lanky_008
The Zip folder contains four track types as follows.
Concretie_003 grey flush ballast.
Concretie_004 weathered grey flush ballast.
Concretie_013 grey sunken ballast.
Concretie_014 weathered grey sunken ballast.
Small Tutorial on changing track.doc
Track Rules Setup.pdf

Winter textures included.
New to route building: you will need to register the track in your route Track Rules file.
Plus notes on DOUBLE TRACK
Have fun
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Re: Concretie_grey

Postby callum112233 » Sat Jan 03, 2015 5:17 pm

Hi.
I really liked the look of these track textures (especially the 3D sleepers) so much that I swapped these textures into the current route I am building.

I successfully swapped to the 3D sleepers but noticed that the track in the distance had a green tint to it. The 2D version doesn't seem to have this problem though.

Just thought you might like to know or if it is a known issue to you.

Thanks.
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Re: Concretie_grey

Postby Buckeye » Wed Jan 21, 2015 4:09 pm

Hi Callum
The effect is due to a common effect called A Moire Pattern, probably caused by the two layers of the track ie; Track Top (sleepers) and Track Base (ballast plus sleeper shadow giving the 3d effect).
I generally use the sunken ballst in high vis area's such as stations etc and use the flush ballast for the rest.
Thanks for the feedback
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