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Importable objects

Postby gazerm42 on Sat Aug 01, 2009 11:16 pm

I have several importable objects that I would be glad to give to anyone who is interested. They are mostly gif files so they can be put onto your buildings with no background. These are mostly for N Scale, some of the items may be too small for larger scales. You may also have to use an item in Model builder to make sure they are consistent with the scale you're using. For example, if I import a single door I use a door that is in MB for a comparison. That way I won't end up with a weird looking building with a small door. All the objects are adjustable just like in MB.

Here's the list-
Doors- Victorian, Arched, Copper entry etc. 28 doors
Metal Work- Copper cornice, Lion Knocker, Tin cornice, etc. 13 items
Signs- Placards, Billboards, Store signs, etc. 162 signs
Stone Work- Cornice, Pilasters, Ornaments, Pediments, etc. 36 items
Windows- Arched bars, Stained glass, etc 18 items


If you're interested reply to this thread and we can arrange either emailing them to you or I can send a cd. The total size of all the items I have is 21 MB
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Re: Importable objects

Postby buzzy2377 on Sun Aug 02, 2009 5:43 pm

I too have some gifs with NO background. I would like to exchange.
I have:
fire hydrants
LP gas tanks
Garbage cans
Dumpsters
oil drums
streetlights

among some others. How do we do this?

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Re: Importable objects

Postby gazerm42 on Sun Aug 02, 2009 7:06 pm

Hey Buzzy,
we can exchange email addresses if you'd like. Or, which will probably be better,we can put them online on a site and you can pick and choose what you want. There are some sites that will allow you to do it that way. Let me know

Mark
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Re: Importable objects

Postby buzzy2377 on Mon Aug 03, 2009 6:41 am

Sounds good. Do you have any addresses for sites that allow posting of Gifs?
I hope others might be interested.

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Re: Importable objects

Postby gazerm42 on Mon Aug 03, 2009 7:40 pm

Hi people,
I've made a simple website at http://gazerm42.blackapplehost.com You may want to copy and paste this web address into your browsers address bar instead of clicking on the link. If you click on the link it opens the site into the Model Builder browser. The site is wider than this browser here on MB. I've put all my importable image files for MB up there. Doors, windows, stone work, metal work etc. Feel free to grab anything you like. The site is graphics intense especially in the sign pages, give it time to load if your connection is slower. I'll be adding more as time goes by.
Have a good day,
gazerm42 :P
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Re: Importable objects

Postby boomer0622 on Mon Aug 03, 2009 8:26 pm

Gazerm42,

Thanks for sharing all those images, I'm looking forward to using some of them.

Doug
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Re: Importable objects

Postby DerBerliner on Sun Aug 23, 2009 7:11 am

gazerm42 wrote:Hi people,
I've made a simple website at http://gazerm42.blackapplehost.com You may want to copy and paste this web address into your browsers address bar instead of clicking on the link. ............
Have a good day,
gazerm42 :P


Hi there, just a few lines to say thank you for putting up all those importable objects. I appreciate the time it must have taken you. Some are ideal for what I have in mind.

Tak care,

Allan, (Norfolk, UK)
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Re: Importable objects

Postby nrscroller on Sun Feb 07, 2010 10:26 am

Thanks much for these,
I am just getting started with this program for my HO switching layout
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