Hi all, after posting some pictures on the creation centre forums, I got the request to share some of my liveries, so here we are . Unfortunately there are some liveries that I'm for some reason not yet able to export, but below will be a list of downloads, with a picture of course . All of the liveries below require additional mods, so do check out the requirements on the TSC download site. I couldn't have made most of these liveries without trainsimcz's logo pack, so a massive thanks to him for his effort. For installing (and exporting) liveries, the livery manager by Raging Lightning is required. This thread should have all you need to install it and get used to how it works. It includes both the download link and a tutorial video. There are also some useful replies that might offer help when you run into issues with the livery manager. DB BR 363 810-3 in IC livery download link I made this livery of 363 810-3, which was painted in this IC/ICE livery for it's duties at Maschen Depot in real life. I think it's a neat livery to see. I haven't added all the writing on the grey area below the cab, but there is some stuff there (not that accurate though, a few more german loading and speed tables would be great). There are also warning shields on the exhaust between the windows, and on the opposite side of the cab (the ones with text are only in English though, I hope to see German ones someday). I've added a bit of simple light weathering, as the loco in real life isn't very dirty either (though I have seen one picture where it was). The railings were a bit finnicky to keep white, but with some use of the projection tool (just learned how useful that one is), it was alright, although some have been missed. Same deal for the roof, needed the projection tool for that, but once I used it it worked great. One issue is that the antenna on top of the cab is not repaintable in TSW, which means it stays gray, wile on the original it's the same light gray (practically white) as the rest of the loco. Due to a bug I'm not yet able to play it in service mode . BR 112 108-6 in Orientrot download link I made this livery of 112 108-6, which for a long time was painted in Orientrot (orient red), part of DB's 'Produktfarben' (product colours) liveries, which lasted from the mid '80s to the mid '90s. Again there's some light and simple weathering (a bit more than on the 363). I have done a bit on the roof below the pantograph, but it's hard to do with the current set of decals. A gradient version of the 'scratches' would be great for this purpose. The stairs below the headlight on the front also aren't repaintable, which is quite annoying as they are a brownish black on the original but stay blueish gray in TSW. I have a huge love for this era of liveries, as both the coach liveries (Red lined with pink for IC, Blue lined with pastelblue for IR, Turqouise lined with pastelturquoise for RE/RB and Orange lined with salmon for S-bahn) and loco liveries (Orientrot with 'bib' (latz in German)) are very pleasing to the eye. But what makes this era truly great is that not all rolling stock was painted in the most up to date paint scheme. This lead to a situation where coaching stock was painted in a mix of produktfarben, old West-German blue/beige and red/beige (and silver/blue or silver/black for the n-Wagen), East-German green, green/ivory and yellow ivory. Locos meanwhile were even more chaotic. Engines could be seen in their original '50s cobalt blue and chromeoxide green, blue/beige (and red/beige for the BR 103 and some BR 110's), their old DR bordeaux red colours and the newer Orientrot scheme. When the current Traffic Red was intruduced in the late '90s, the situation was even more chaotic for a while, but by the mid 2000's (nearly) everything had gotten the well known Traffic Red livery. I have made two suggestions for routes from this era, the Saalebahn in the '90s and the Main-Weser- Bahn in the '90s, go check them out if these liveries interest you! Habbiins 344 (multiple liveries) Brown with DB AG logo download link Red/Metal with DB AG logo A picture of the original download link Brown/Metal with DB AG logo download link Black/Blueish Gray/Metal with DB AG logo A picture of the model (which, knowing Fleischmann, also probably has a real life original) I based this livery on. download link Silver, Heavily weathered, from ÖBB (1) A picture of the original (that shows weathering might need some adjustment) download link Silver, Heavily weathered, from ÖBB (2) download link Silver, Heavily weathered, from SBB Cargo/Transwaggon a picture of the original download link These Habbiins 344 reskins are part of a series I did (reusing and slightly altering the same shapes, and recolouring them, creating a set of 7 different looking wagons). The wagons include weathering, some warning shields where those can be found in real life (though not the same exact warning shields, they are a good approximation and won't look out of place to an untrained eye). Some of the wagon information is also included, but that isn't the most accurate or detailed. I would like to adjust the shine of some of the colours I used, but that isn't possible at this moment, maybe in a livery designer 2.0 . I think these add a nice bit of diversity to my Habbiins consits in game, though I believe you can only use the reskins on HHL, as MSB, RSN, RRO and all the routes those freight services layer onto use a older, non-repaintable version of the Habbiins 344. This picture shows the increased variety the liveries have gotten me. The brown ones truly break up the consist a lot, and I like the black/silver ones most, because they have a few more small details, and are different from the other three liveries in placement of logos and writing etc. ICE 3M 'Rheingold' download link I made this ICE 3M livery based on the original Rheingold livery, using the shape of the 1928 livery, with the colours of the 1962 livery. I was inspired to make this, as the ICE 3M still operates on the Amsterdam - Basel route the Rheingold express trains once did (albeit a bit faster ). This is the only one of the liveries that doesn't use trainsimcz's logo pack, it is also my oldest livery (and thus not neccesarily my best work). I hope all of you can enjoy some of these liveries .