89James89 Posted August 21, 2013 Share Posted August 21, 2013 (edited) Introduction Hey guys, thought as I have a few screens to show that I'd start up a thread for all my work. Now, for the time being it will be NCS due to the fact that every time I've tried using CS I've lost interest in the game. No idea why as all the sets are amazing I just feel that working in minute amounts of detail turns it into a chore for me. Anyway enough of that. This thread will probably be solely fantasy work as I feel that we don't see much fantasy around anymore and I enjoy that side the most, when I'm not limited by whether it'd work in real life or even be feasible. Current Project Right I suppose I should stop talking and actually get down to some pictures. This is my current project. Not sure on the overriding theme yet, though it appears to be heading towards a medieval approach. I think its mostly just turned into a canvas for my terraforming to improve but hey I'll add some rides at some point I'm sure. Below you'll see all the images I've taken so far (in order of taking them) as I believe that seeing a work process can be entertaining and will better help me understand how I did things if I ever want to replicate something. Right here we go. First image I showed in the rct General Chat. Expanded on the image above. You can see me working in jagged rocks here which will lead to a question further on in update. Peeps eye view looking up at the tower. At the current stage where I've trialed smoothing the rocks out. And a image of a WIP creek/ stream. In the background you might be able to just about spot the first big ride for the park. The Question Right that's all the images. Now for the question. Currently I'm undecided on what style of rock work to go for. Whether the jagged ones look better or the smooth ones. I want to aim for a rockier mountainside but I'm not sure if the jagged rocks work and was wondering what you guys thought about it? Cheers James Edited November 29, 2013 by 89James89 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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