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  1. Paperinik77pk

    Trains in 4-Wide

    I reeeeaally love the way you designed these trains, they have a fantastic look! And that sliding door on the white wagon is GREAT! Very very nice! Ciao! Davide
  2. Paperinik77pk

    Trains in 4-Wide

    Very nice trolley and showcase with background!!!
  3. Paperinik77pk

    Ongoing BR Mark 1 Ideas

    I like all the approaches - the curved one is the most "classic" , The angled one proposed by @Hod Carrier is surely a great alternative (and maybe is more prone to include some more details/colors - being based on tiles) and the "seats" one is a very nice use of a very very specific part, even if it could have some problems with color availability. Great stuff!!!
  4. This is great!!! When my daughter was 4 years old she was following the show, and that trolley always "inspired" a Lego build!!! I'm glad you translated it in a Lego design! Great work, also on the minifigures!!!
  5. Paperinik77pk

    FS Italian glories in 4-wide - 1:87

    Hi all, I add here the new render for the FS E.424 in its original paint scheme (with central sliding gate in gray) "Castano-Isabella" This was literally the first modern-looking Italian locomotive. Now, let's see a Diesel locomotive, the powerful D.345 (and D.343): It has a very very difficult shape to replicate, and the green tone is not correct - the problem is that the headlamp holders in dark green are still unavailable and bricks with grilles have terrific prices. Therefore I chose a lighter tint of green (let's imagine it is ruined by years of work!) This is a great locomotive I particularly love for its ability to bring train transportation even on less important lines. Here we have a local train with short "Corbellini" coaches , in late spring / summer configuration - so without the "heater" wagon (which I'm preparing for the next update) to heat the coaches. It is currently the most difficult locomotive I tried to replicate Ciao! Davide
  6. Paperinik77pk

    [MOC] Industrial Train (free instructions)

    Very nice train, with a lot of details and realistic shapes! Ciao! Davide
  7. Paperinik77pk

    Trains in 4-Wide

    FS - D.345 - and local train with "Corbelini" short coaches I updated also the FS Italian glories in 4-wide - 1:87 - if needed I'll clean this or the other post Ciao! Davide
  8. I love this station and the way you organized its modularity! The only thing it needs in my opinion is to be surrounded by lots of trees and flowers! . Great job!!! Ciao! Davide
  9. Paperinik77pk

    4wide narrow gauge bogie design by space2310

    Such a clever design!!! Thanks for sharing the instructions!!!
  10. Paperinik77pk

    JNR Class EF65 MOC

    Very nice locomotive and background!!! And great light for the shot - you really chosed the right time to make this photo!
  11. What a cutie! It is a very original small locomotive - a perfect tribute to the original one! Great job Ciao! Davide
  12. Paperinik77pk

    Trains in 4-Wide

    Aaaah the VW Railbus!!!! Excellent build!!! It is a really, really a nice locomotive!!! Perfect for this thread!!!
  13. Paperinik77pk

    Trains in 4-Wide

    Great trains, @Hod Carrier!!! And a big thank you to @Toastie and @JopieK! And to celebrate the new thread, I put here the FS E.424 in its original paint scheme from the late '40s, rendered just 5 minutes ago!!! Ciao! Davide
  14. Paperinik77pk

    FS Italian glories in 4-wide - 1:87

    I cannot say other than...thanks!!! It will be great fun!
  15. Paperinik77pk

    FS Italian glories in 4-wide - 1:87

    Aaaah I thought it was not possible directly here !