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Everything posted by spaminacan11

  1. That is a lot of season pass holders..I can't wait to see what it is.
  2. ^I have to disagree. I thought that the air on Apollo was way better than Goliath.
  3. ^^^To make those supports you have to download a park that has them first. Then when you build a park with them, you have to use no clearances on the trailer to be able to get close to the track. Then you just practice with them. ^I am not sure if it is a custom set or not. I have downloaded so many parks that I don't even know. I just chose everything according to my needs. I am pretty sure that this park is compatible with RCT2 with no expansions though. Also, I will work on it some more when I get some free time.
  4. http://www.geocities.com/jmanderson_2000/trainers/trainers.htm There is the link to the trainer.
  5. ^^What do you mean what MOD? I don't use any MODs. I use the 8 cars trainer, but the only thing I really have to use that for is so I can make custom supports.
  6. I have a new teaser of the new coaster I am working on. Comments?
  7. I am sorry, but some of those recreations are pretty far off. Batman, Superman, and Georgia Scorcher hare missing things or have things added to them. They aren't too too bad, but they aren't are correct as you say they are. Some of them are pretty good though..
  8. Oh ya, thats a pretty good way to do it. So you establish your layout before you do any hardcore scenery, so it would be easy to change something. I like it.
  9. The idea doesn't sound that bad at all to me. I mean, Busch does it. I had no problem paying for lockers there. It actually made my life easier..
  10. Well the station is pretty good as well as the rest of it's theming. The only thing that you should change about it is the ground around the ride. It shouldn't all be grass. You need some of the half grass and dirt combo and just some plain old dirt. Having all grass makes your theme look short of it's potential.
  11. Oh wow, it has been forever. This park is not dead though. First and foremost, I will release the name and story of the park. The park is set in the Brazilian Amazon and there is a mountain in the center of the jungle that the natives made their home. The natural spring water off of the mountain gave them fresh, clean, water. The village seemed to be very prosperous through its years, but when explorers found the village in the early 1900's, it was abandoned. No one knows what became of the natives. In the mid 1900's, a road was constructed through the jungle so that the village could be a tourist attraction. Not too long ago, the country of Brazil decided that the village would be a great setting for a theme park. They saw endless possibilities of rides weaving in and out of the mountain. They are now currently constructing rides at the park which has been named, O Parque de Selva. If anyone is curious of what O Parque de Selva means, it means "The Jungle Park" in Portuguese, the official language of Brazil. Secondly, I have built a flying coaster named Falcão which means falcon in Portuguese. Here is a screen of the entrance. The bridge is the real queue and exit path. Now here is the coaster itself. NOTE: The colors of the coaster may be changed. Also, the supports look like a mess from that angle and I will fix what I can, but they are all necessary. I hope you like it, Spaminacan11
  12. Ya, I also went up trail ridge road, but the hairpin turns aren't quite as bad as on Mt. Evan's. The drive is MUCH MUCH more scenic though. The lack of gaurdrails is also bad on Trail Ridge Road. Also, I personally think that the Winter Park side entrance of Trail Ridge Road is much prettier than the Estes Park side.
  13. 1914 Babe Ruth rookie baseball card- $747,872 Ending a collection- priceless. Not really though. Last thing I bought was a Club Royale at Jason's Deli for whatever half off of $6.59 plus tax is..
  14. Woah sweet. I have SO been there before! It is crazy with those hairpin turns and no gaurd rails. Me at the very top
  15. ^^Yes, but I said I wish I could speak it, not just understand it.
  16. ^^Yes, that is probably true that more people can speak German than Japanese. I certainly wish that I could speak Japanese..
  17. Eins, zwei, drei, vier, fünf, sechs, sieben, acht, neun, zehn, elf, zwölf, dreizehn, vierzehn, fünfzehn, sechzehn, siebzehn, achtzehn, neunzehn, zwanzig! Ich bin sechzehn Jahre alt. Ich bin nicht sehr gut in Deutsch.. Tschüs!
  18. Blue iPod shuffle- $85 something with tax...
  19. I believe in creationism. Plain and simple. I hope no one starts an argument or flare war because I am actually interested in seeing the results of this.
  20. ^He is right, you do not need to have diagonal supports for the whole ride. Don't get me wrong, I think it looks much better than before, but try to keep it as simple as possible, but still make it look realistic. Another thing, on most B&M coasters with curving drops, the diagonal supports usually go toward the radius of the turn rather than away from it. http://rcdb.com/ig2169.htm?picture=19 This design is much more logical and creates much more support for lateral stress. Also, when you look at that picture, the drop supports consist of one vertical support and one diagonal support, as do most of the supports other than the lift hill supports. Something else with your lift supports. They look good now, but try adding a lateral bar that connects the two supports. Look at Scream's lift supports for an example. Doing this will give you a much more realistic look if done correctly. Keep at it! You are doing well so far.
  21. That is VERY basic. They are also pretty unrealistic. First off, the lift supports need diagonal supports. Look at this http://rcdb.com/ig1366.htm?picture=20 Notice how on the lift hill, the supports are either one straight support with a diagonal support attached, or both supports are diagonal. This structure creates much more support. Also notice how the loop supports are also two diagonal supports. This is a much more simple design than your loop supports. I don't know if you are you using that whole support set, but I know in the full set, there are those supports to use. I realize this is your first attempt at custom supports, so I am just giving you a little advice. That set of custom supports takes a lot of practice to get used to. Good start though. -Spaminacan11
  22. This happened to my computer about two years ago. It would just turn off. The more you turned it back on, the less time it remained running. We thought it was a virus, so we took it to Best Buy to get it cleaned up. They cleaned it up and about two weeks later, it started again. This time, we took it to another guy to get it fixed. He got it and said that nothing went wrong when he had it, so he gave it back after doing some clean up. Then it did it AGAIN, so we took it back to him, and again nothing happened when he had it, but he reinstalled windows and deleted everything. We got it back and it was fine...for a week or two, then of course it did it yet AGAIN. This time, we had the guy come over and see it actually turn off, and he said power supply. He changed it, and nothing has been wrong with it since. I suggest that you get your power supply checked before you delete everything or something..
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