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Train company Logo Stickers for MLCAD!

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Also for trains i made some stickers for MLCAD use!

ill add ALL pictures since there are only 5 different logo's.

Each logo is from excisting companies, this way you can create your

own train for that specific company.

These were designed for my own train projects that I placed as well on my website

i hope you guys like these and have fun with them!

Sticker Pack 006 - Train Logo Stickers

Veolia-800x600.JPG

Volker%20Stevin-800x600.JPG

NS-800x600.JPG

DSB-800x600.JPG

DB-800x600.JPG

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Great decals VH! Is there any way you can share them in a different format for those of us that don't use MLCAD?

I esp. like the "DB" decals.

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Great decals VH! Is there any way you can share them in a different format for those of us that don't use MLCAD?

I esp. like the "DB" decals.

hmm... good point, i can take a look for you. Had anything specific in mind?

The MLCAD files are .DAT files, you could try to use this with other programs as well. or at least tr to :tongue:

Anyways, let me know what you had in mind! :thumbup:

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Anyways, let me know what you had in mind! :thumbup:

I was thinking of a .jpg or other image file.

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I was thinking of a .jpg or other image file.

oh okay, ill add those to the downloadable RAR files on my website tomorrow :thumbup:

If anyone wants another company to be added, please do notify me and give me a usable picture!

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I was thinking of a .jpg or other image file.

I'm not an expert, but wouldn't some sort of vector format be better than a jpeg for scaling purposes? Then again I'm not familiar with how these are created in MLCAD (vector format or some 'bitmap' format). Making the background transparent might be good for some of these too and jpeg can't handle transparency.

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