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  • ][ntamin22%s's Photo
    I'd like to see a little more detail on the seating, maybe some railings or shade awnings, and some kind of barrier between seats and the water.

    The foliage seems really appropriate and nicely done.
  • nin%s's Photo

    Very open, I like it. Almost too open, but peeps and some path details and stalls would fix that easily.

  • inthemanual%s's Photo

    The building to the right is really cool

  • Liampie%s's Photo

    You should've finished this before posting... This has potential but it's dead and weird. Don't tell me you were going to leave the theatre seats like that?

  • FredD%s's Photo

    You should've finished this before posting... This has potential but it's dead and weird. Don't tell me you were going to leave the theatre seats like that?



    It mainly needs benches, trash bins,... and some stuff to break the path. I think and hope it looks more atmospherical with peeps (you know I add them at the very end). Yes, I was gonna leave the seats like this. I could do them more detailed but that would cost objects... What do you suggest?

  • Liampie%s's Photo

    At least some kind of barrier on the sides and at the back from keeping the peeps from falling backwards into razor sharp rocks or sideways into a puddle of green standing water. And something at the front. If you want to save object slots, you better figure out a way to do rice paddies without stacking 1k bushes like that...

  • Lagom%s's Photo

    Needs a little bit more love, but it's still great. Very promising.

  • Steve%s's Photo
    Agreed with Liam here. Your object concern is, well, concerning. Same with Fred's Ultimate Land Block Kingdom you seem to not know what's worth fleshing out and what isn't (at least in terms of object slots). Adjust the rice paddies to use less of those bushes and then make the seats more detailed!

    I would also change the green path; I thought it was a planter at first.
  • Julow%s's Photo

    I agree with Liampie too. For me there's too much brutal contrast everywhere and some parts are too much calculated. For instance, the brown fences don't match with the paths and your foliage in general is a bit too bright in my opinion. I would also suggest to improve the paths, to break their monotony. 

    On the other hand, the buildings are particularly great, love them. 

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  • FredD%s's Photo

    Made some changes with the feedback I got.





    - changed the 1/4 bushwalls to heg wall (saving objects and looks kinda the same)

    - got rid of the green water object and changed to normal water with a darker underbush

    - placed fences near the edges of the theatre

    - changed the seats to some more detailed seats

    - changed the green path to a brownish one

    - In the meantime I've placed some trees on the path to make it less monotone. 

  • spacek531%s's Photo

    This is an improvement but I'm confused by the interaction between the railroad tracks and the walkway building.


    I think it's missing a fence to keep guests from entering the water.

  • alex%s's Photo

    it's looking better in that second screen but it's still looking way too inorganic. There's no 'buffer' or softening between any elements. Just hard straight lines everywhere I look. Use landscaping and foliage to break things up. You can have reeds where the rice paddys meet the river for instance.


    I do like the structures but I think they can be bigger in a wide open setting like this.

  • YoloSweggLord%s's Photo

    Holy crap this looks awesome now. Great job on this.

  • Lagom%s's Photo

    Damn it. I like the first screen a lot more than the second. Oh well, seems like you've made up your mind. Still excited to see more of this.

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