Again another brilliant creation...that track coach is amazing
Tillietwos, thank you so much for your fantastic comment!!! I'm moving slowly forward into the fairytale part of my park and am already curious on your thoughts on that part...[happy]You did an amazing job with this Tram. Your details are spot on! Love it
Thank you Spanky. I think tram's were suggested many times, maybe we will see one in the future...This tram looks .... so realistic. I wish we had a people mover like this in our parks. You should add a picture of that in the suggestions board of this forum. Really amaing work.
Is this based off nara dreamland, because i get a lot of nara dreamland vibes, especially with the wooden coaster! nara dreamland had one too![weird]Welcome to episode two, so finally its here. This is all about the entrance and the main trainstation in the background. Yes you can (partially) see where the inspiration is coming from... . As I wrote, this is going to be a classic one... The entrance part features three entrance buildings with ticket shops, the entrance-plaza behind with two large passages on each side of the trainstation, leading to the front plaza and main street part (the main area of the park).
As you can see a little on the side... There is already one of the major attractions built, the wooden rollercoaster, but more on that later...[big grin] Trash bins are working (they hold a standard trash bin from the game inside) and are colored in different colors depending on the part of the park...
Lets have a look on the entrance part...
Zoomed view with the tegidcam (amazing feature) when approaching the park...
The entrance building / ticket shop
ticket shop with one of the new wall pieces from the studios pack...
The gates and behind the right passage under the trainstation.
I like the staff building on the right, it should look nice and matching to the rest, but still not creating attention, as its just side decoration...
The passage at night... I'm not sure if I will add billboards on the walls, as it would just be too much... I like those lamps - The lamps from the spooky pack are amazing... some of the most beautiful parts in the game... Simple but elegant.
Ok, now the trainstation... Of course with a lot of inspiration, and following the forced perspective... The lighthouse on the right belongs to the wooden rollercoaster... but as said, more on that later...[happy]
And an aerial night view... can't show you too much yet, as so much is still unfinished.
To get a good realistic size of the park, this time I started to build from the middle of the map. So I first started with the landmark - the castle. Then I layed out the main street area (still strongly in work) and the front plaza, surrounded it with the woodie and started on the trainstation and the entrance...
Hope you like what you see, would love to hear your comments... Episode three will come next, but will take some time...
A lot of greets, Corkscrewloop[happy]
Thanks wowman - It's not meant as a recreation - the real one is just to perfect and beautiful... But my main influence came from a famous little scandinavian city for the buildings.Looks like a great recreate of the real queue.
No its not. Its my own ideas and creation, but of course heavily influenced from beautiful real life scenery - the one influence is obvious - mainly DLP - but I tend to build my own ideas and rides in a classic park environment and structure.Is this based off nara dreamland, because i get a lot of nara dreamland vibes, especially with the wooden coaster! nara dreamland had one too![weird]
Anyways it looks really nice, anything from the magnificent rides collection you would like to implement I the future? Your park looks really nice, maybe one day you can give a tutorial on how to make a castle like yours it’s really good, and I’m inspired. I have skill, but even this confuse me. Any tips?Thanks wowman - It's not meant as a recreation - the real one is just to perfect and beautiful... But my main influence came from a famous little scandinavian city for the buildings.
No its not. Its my own ideas and creation, but of course heavily influenced from beautiful real life scenery - the one influence is obvious - mainly DLP - but I tend to build my own ideas and rides in a classic park environment and structure.
Regarding the wooden coaster. Its themed in a decent New England style, but to be honest, it was the first ride in that park and I tend to remove or replace it in the future...Thanks for the feedback!
Wishing you as well a Merry Christmas and a healthy Happy New Year.
Thanks so much and here's some new stuff:...Looking forward to seeing more of your amazing park in 2019