Started by Junna, June 30, 2013, 04:06:03 PM
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Quote from: kierongreen on August 03, 2013, 01:25:49 PMJaffa Cake (as an express livery) wasn't used that much in real life as Network SouthEast came into existence shortly after it was introduced.
Quote from: jamespetts on August 03, 2013, 12:47:46 PM(Incidentally, am I correct in thinking that these graphics can also be used for the earlier class 310, or were they visually distinct)? Edit: If these are visually identical to the 310, or near enough, the original livery of the 310 was BR electric blue (the same as on the Class 303, .blends of which should be available for you to copy the colour) with small yellow panels, as seen here (the first picture - unfortunately in black and white).
Quote27 March 1985 - L&SE's new brown/orange/beige livery debuts on Class 309 'Clacton' EMU No 309605, the first of 23 refurbished units, unveiled at Wolverton works with 'Essex Express' titles - the new livery is quickly nicknamed 'Jaffa cake'!...17 April 1985 - Colchester - Ipswich inaugural electric passenger working by first refurbished, Jaffa-cake livery 'Clacton' EMU 309605, in advance of regular services from new timetable (see 13 May)....27 April 1985 - Class 411 4-CEP No 1602 marks class debut in L&SE new brown/orange/beige 'Jaffa cake' livery, following the Class 309s. The livery is destined to have a short life, being applied only to Class 309, 411 4-CEP, 419 MLV and 421 4-CIG EMUs before superseded by NSE colours, unveiled 10 June 1986 - although refurbished 4-CEPs surprisingly continue to be turned-out in the Jaffa cake scheme for most of 1987 - No 1619 being the last in mid-October that year!...10 June 1986 - NSE launched by Chris Green at London Waterloo - the wholesale rebranding of L&SE with a bold new identity and exciting vision for the future
Quote from: Vladki on August 03, 2013, 05:03:51 PM- what about some electric wires coming out of the main building, transformers and such stuff?
Quote from: ӔO on August 03, 2013, 09:34:13 PMMaybe use this mesh fence after rendering?http://dl.dropbox.com/u/17111233/Player_Colour_Fence.rar
Quote from: Junna on July 20, 2013, 04:22:12 PMJaffa Cake livery for the 410/11/12 - but only with the regular intermediate trailers (mk.1 coaching stock), as I don't think the buffet/restaurant cars ever had the livery. But I'm not sure if it is worth including.
QuoteBy the way, if the 501 is fourth-rail, fourth-rail needs its maximum speed raised to 120km/h.
Quote from: jamespetts on August 13, 2013, 10:57:38 PMBefore refurbishment, there was a brake compartment in each motor carriage. After refurbishment, the brake compartment was moved to the composite carriage and space was freed in the ends of the motor carriages for extra seating. The jaffa cake livery would have been applied only to refurbished vehicles, so we need a jaffa cake intermediate brake, I think.
Quote from: jamespetts on August 14, 2013, 10:19:18 AMAs to the 4-CEP: you could use the Mk. I BSO images as a base. Any thoughts on whether we should have a separate vehicle definition for pre- and post-refurbishment?
Quote from: kierongreen on September 03, 2013, 06:48:33 PMSomething strange with lighting at front vs that at back...