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Post by Hepta » Tue Mar 21, 2006 7:17 pm

I've decided to take a break from heavy themeing and scenery, and focus more on building rides.

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Station's not done here.

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Post by ahoffman50 » Tue Mar 21, 2006 10:52 pm

Something's not right. I can't see the pics.
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Post by TheKlockster » Wed Mar 22, 2006 1:38 am

They are dynamically generated images. To post an image, it has to be in jpg or other image format. To my knowledge the only place that lets you do this is imageshack.us.

You can view the pics by copying the links into your browser bar and going to them. They look nice. Are you going to theme it after you get the rides in, or is this strictly rides?
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Post by Hepta » Wed Mar 22, 2006 2:12 pm

Haha, that was a typo, its supposed to be Track Pack, and images fixed. Today i'm adding a Schwartzkopf Automobile coaster, B&M Mega, Vekoma SLC, and maybe B&M Invert, even though the SLC and invert look the lot alike.-.-
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Post by TheKlockster » Wed Mar 22, 2006 2:28 pm

I am still new to RCT2 - having been just No Limits till about a couple weeks ago. How do you do the custom supports on those coasters like that? One thing I noticed was how the supports were really generic looking - but you have cool ones.
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Post by Raven » Wed Mar 22, 2006 5:14 pm

I am also new at RCT2. I have only had it for three months. Well on the coasters the custom supports are alright. I would suggest using Phatage's thick slanted support pieces. They work very well. The stations are nice too. Good job.
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Post by Hepta » Wed Mar 22, 2006 8:42 pm

I forgot to add all of Phatage's supprots in there, so it looks a bit queer, but it gets the point across. I might end up doing a Six Flags type park with the rides. I'm not to happy with the standup though, what do you guys think?

Oh, and Update:

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^new color

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^GCI type woodie

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^should I keep it?

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^how can I make that track go through the path and become invisible? I've tried using 8cars and sinking the ride down 2, but it won't work, any help?

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^Mega named Athena. The station will be a recreation of the Parthenon.

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