Neat stuff in here. Very post-modern school. For my money it's a noble effort but just .. doesn't look all that great. I can appreciate it as a recreation, I can appreciate the hack showcase, I can appreciate the ingenuity to try and achieve some of the realism details, but I think for me personally you're forced to make an unhappy compromise between a photorealistic park (for which you'd probably be better in 2) and a park that looks good in the constraints of LL, for which you'd probably have to abandon details like box track, catwalks, and a sea of tile pavers.
i only agree with intamin in the bottom chunk of the screen. I think all of the open grass and grey-tiled areas work really well aesthetically. I'm just not a huge fan of the the rocky slope to the water near mantis and the surroundings there, or the huge path chunk directly below the train station. That said, you're going for a rec, so I'm sure you're doing the best reasonable job with that
Quite enjoyable. Definitely looks like CP.
Millennium Force is a fucking nightmare in RCT so I'm really interested to see how this turns out.
looks great, but i agree that bottom left half is questionable
Very strange to see, but also refreshing, and definitely enjoyable. Somewhat forcefully realistic detailism, but then thankfully a good balance thanks to some bare tiles, sufficient amount of path, and unassuming architecture. I also like the composition of this.
I love it, huge fan of this. I think this has a awesome atmosphere, instantly recognizable as the point. Best part of the screen for me is the panda express with the mushroom tables. There is too much grey path in the bottom of the screen as previously mentioned. But don't let that overshadow the quality of this screen.
I wish it wasn't so flat! But I guess that's the way it really is. Kudos to you for attempting realism in LL (and pulling it off quite well). To me it looks like pierrot with color and more natural foliage. Also if you could get peeps in here it would help a ton.
Also if you could get peeps in here it would help a ton.
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