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rctfan123

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  1. I have to say, I love how you did the rock work for the freefall coaster. Not too many, but not too much just right. Your project makes me want to build something again
  2. Seeing the first screen really makes me want to get back to creating large rct2 parks. Thought about adding some railings to your water rides?
  3. !!! Very nin like, projects like these are always fun to watch. Work on your ground texture around some of the foliage.
  4. Foliage is great, try working on some of the ground texture around the foliage and below the coaster.
  5. The amount of concrete is a little excessive, try to break it up some more, like you did with those island planters.
  6. Very nice, though your supports could be better. This projects reminds me of how I use to build, sure is a fun and simple style.
  7. Didn't want to make another thread for this, so here's a small side project I recently completed. Probably would have been included in the park if I had more data pieces. http://www.nedesigns.com/index.php?showtopic=23435&park_id=1761
  8. Dotrobot - Oh there might be a few side projects along the ways. The scale for the next park will be slightly smaller, but still n this size. The park has actually been under construction a little longer then that, I started it in summer 2006, but didn't post it until the beginning of 2007 I believe. djbrcace1234 - I prefer working on parks this size as well. It allows me to come up with more ideas with the amount of space available. As for the details, I had to keep it within a certain boundary so I would not overwhelm the object limit, and I wanted the whole park to style consistent so I just used a more previous style while creating it. Expect the next park to be similar in size, but with slightly more detail, and perhaps some more creative ideas. dmaxsba2408 - Let's hope my next project won't take as long, though I know for sure it'll take a long time, but hopefully I won't have as many "rebuilding" moments in the next project like I did for this one. Part of the reason this took so long was that I redid many places around the park. For example, the boardwalk was actually redone 3 different times in 3 different locations.
  9. *Bump* For most part, the park was finished, I could have redone most of the park with a more modern style, but I felt that since I started the park out with this style, I must finish it with it. So the bare spots were the results of running out of data, and me feeling it was just time to finish this project, and perhaps move on to my next large scale one
  10. Now the moment some have been waiting for... http://www.nedesigns.com/index.php?showtopic=22883&pid=514065&st=0entry514065 Thank you to all those who have been following this park throughout its construction, its been a pleasure bring this park to life and finally completing it for most part after all these years. Till next time rctfan123
  11. At the moment you have too much walking space, a few planters here and there around the middle of those large paths should solve the problem.
  12. The park is complete, just having some final adjustments made to it.
  13. Congratulations on a job well done dmaxsba2408 on winning Silver. http://www.nedesigns.com/silver/pirate-bay/
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