Old 05-26-2009, 11:48 AM   #1
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Default Colorful SD40/45 series drawings

Quite a lot of redraws for me All these are redraw drawings from the SD40/60 length correction project.
Total 16 drawings have been uploaded to http://minilocos.forumotion.com

& .. Do you think this kind of post should post here ? because I found that there are not many people interested in drawings and click into the post to see.

Or do you have any suggestion of forums which drawing posts are more popular ? Thank you for your guiding !!

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Old 05-30-2009, 07:37 AM   #2
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I for one am interested in your Drawings Gordan.

Would you be able to me a few please?;

MILW Road SD40-2 (Hiawatha)
D&RGW SD40T-2 & SD40-2 (even though they never owned SD40-2s)
D&RGW SD70ACe (Rio Grande scheme not UP Heritage)
BNSF ES44AC & ES44DC
SP SD9 Cadillac (High Hood)

Either post it here or send them to me.

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Old 05-31-2009, 02:48 AM   #3
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I for one am interested in your Drawings Gordan.

Would you be able to me a few please?;

MILW Road SD40-2 (Hiawatha)
D&RGW SD40T-2 & SD40-2 (even though they never owned SD40-2s)
D&RGW SD70ACe (Rio Grande scheme not UP Heritage)
BNSF ES44AC & ES44DC
SP SD9 Cadillac (High Hood)

Either post it here or send them to me.

Thanks
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Thanks for your interests.

In fact I don't know the color or the paint scheme name well, could please send me a photo to see. Currently I use paint (The one from Microsoft Windows) to draw and paint, therefore I think I may not able to finish those really-colorful paint

I still haven't finished a GEVO yet because I don't know much about GE locomotives in detail.

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Old 05-31-2009, 03:11 AM   #4
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you already have a SP SD45T-2 and a SD40T-2 (patched D&RGW). they are the same paint scheme for the SD9. As for the SD40-2 in D&RGW Paint, just use a SD40-2 drawing and add the SD40T-2 paint on it. shouldn't be that much of an issue. Same for the SD70ACe as well.

umm, the MILW Road scheme is very similair to that the B&LE scheme (you SD40T-3) that you have in your original post. just a darker orange (i think)

as for the BNSF, I'm not to fussed if you do them or not.
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I still haven't finished a GEVO yet because I don't know much about GE locomotives in detail.
When you DO figure out the GEVO, can you make one in Chessie paint?
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When you DO figure out the GEVO, can you make one in Chessie paint?
No problem, but I believe you need to wait for a long time

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here is the DRGW SD40T-2 drawing for TrainFanNZ. Please de-couple yourself if you needed.



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Once again redraw the whole EMD SD70ACe series, upgrade them to Version 3 drawings...
See the process : http://kid-gordon.xanga.com/70346317...35069-sd70ace/

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Your DRGW SD70ACe became the trial product of my 2nd Redraw SD70ACe Series. I numbered this unit DRGW X7301 and the SD40-2 X5414 (5414-5500).

I will start working other requests soon, please check for my reply on this post.



* SD70ACe in this size is a really hard job...

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Old 06-06-2009, 02:21 PM   #10
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Any request drawings or other new drawings series news can be found here, I am not going to update this post every time I completed a drawing.

http://minilocos.forumotion.com/drawing-discussion-f3/
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