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This tutorial gives you a basic understanding of how I service my Tycos. I have managed to maintain an operational condition on most of my units using this method, and I've found it works well. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

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Another excellent tutorial.

I can see you really put some time into both tutorials you have posted so far - and what program did you use to create them? Looks so professional.

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Another excellent tutorial.

I can see you really put some time into both tutorials you have posted so far - and what program did you use to create them? Looks so professional.

Originally posted by RP model railroads - August 30 2020 :  10:12:12 PM



This tutorial I whipped out in an hour or so, mainly using pieces of the other one. The other one I worked on over the course of several days for a few minutes at a time. I've been trying to take more time on artistic related projects, and the results are a lot better, even if they are plagued with spelling errors.

I used exclusively Microsoft Paint 3D. It's a program all new Windows computers have. It's essentially paint on steroids, and people don't realize just how much capability it has if you learn to use it. I love it, and have used it on many other projects, including this image from a little writing project I've been working on.




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Wow! Paint 3D - I know my computer has it. Just wish I had the initiative to get to using it.
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