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Just to show that I haven't given up on this -



Interlocking loops! One vertical, one horizontal.

I have a bit of supporting left to do, plus my signature catwalk-built station building. So, I still have a ways to go.

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^ Ride layout and surroundings look quite nice, however, I'm not entirely sure about the Looping Roller Coaster track...not sure if someone has suggested this but maybe B&M track would be better suited, or merging the loop onto the Giga Coaster track. It's just that with the limits of NCS, the supports look a little too bulky in my opinion for the track that you're using. Theme is western I'm assuming? I really like the bridge on first glance, but the wooden blocks for bridge supports don't really flow that nicely, maybe the mine theme wooden blocks instead?

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I'd strongly suggest using the B&M track system myself as well. The looping coaster track is great- but it needs a lot of finesse to get it to look right/smooth right in an actual build.


There is an art to building coasters of that style- Schwarzkopf interpretations are difficult to get right, and since there's no 'steep up/steep down' type elements in the structure, you end up with mulitipoint/complex hills/drops- which doesn't look fluid in the end.



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Hey guys. I am doing a music based park, but only based on stuff I like, which is mostly ska and punk. I still am designing a vast majority of the park, but so far it is going well.


Proposed areas: Rudeboy Beach

Skin City: An area dedicated to Cities... bands here include The Bostones, The Toasters, Big D and The Kids Table... etc. Mostly bands from Boston and and New York


Anarchy Acres: Bands here include Rancid, Operation Ivy, Streetlight Manifesto... etc. More punk influenced bands with a ska side.


2Tone Town: It will be "based" on England... ish. I have never been there and I dont know what NCSO pieces to use. I know I will have a wildmouse coaster called ratrace and a darkride called Nightboat to Cairo... more on the way though.


Kingston Gardens: An area based on ska legends like the skatalites, Desmond Decker... etc.


Rudeboy Gardens: Coming Soon


Rudeboy Beach: An area devoted mostly to the third wave boom in the 90s.

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@the ghost - I like the style of the park that you are going for. Also, are Sum 41, Blink-182, and The Offspring going to be placed anywhere?


Why would those non-Ska, non related bands be placed in a park about Ska? They have -no- links to Ska, and are at best faux punk bands.


CJ: I'd refine the park concept a bit, as you need to encapuslate each era in Ska history: I'd do it more as that, rather than as theme areas based upon location:


60's: Jamaican Ska, the early movement to the UK, Spirit of 69.

70s: Punk roots blend with Ska; 2Tone Movement, early US Ska

80s: British Invasion/Ska arrives in the US, birth of the early reformists

90s: US Ska takes hold, rise of the FrankenSka movement

00's to present: Underground Ska is born, return of the roots.


Remember it best as this: Roots, Boots & Suits- the three key tenets to Ska.

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