Those diagonal buildings look unreal. The use of colloseums also works really well.
I think you have one trim too many on that cinema building.
It looks gorgeous and bamboozling, but I sincerely hope that that new diagonal style of yours does not become the new meta. Also, this screen makes me want to do a citytrip to southern Europe.
amazing, love the colosseum pieces.
I guess its unfinished, but it really needs some small scale street-level details to bring things to life, and also to give some contrast to the monumental scale of the buildings - it'll make them all the more impressive.
Wish you could make the second building from the right look a bit less blocky and flat. Still fantastic of course - even the little touches like the doorways in bottom right, and the planters top right.
Man, the colosseum building looks fantastic. The rest is also great, but I don't think I'll ever be able to fully get on board with the weird diagonals. The isometric view kinda makes it look just a bit too unnatural.
Each time you post here I'm astounded at what is architectually possible in this game
The use of the colosseum is amazing. I can't quite tell if you've made a new object for those straight sides or if that's really seamless object integration.
Agree with liam about the blockiness of that tan building on the right. Rest is fantastic.
This is a proper mindfuck
Today I learned that I suck at this game
we all suck compared to this lol
You're a god. Love that you introduced half diagonals into the game now. The colosseumesque building is great.
All hail Tolsimir
Even years later with this game, it still amazes me how we still can get "awed" from scenery like this.
I call hacks
is this a challenge?
Agreed with Alex on the peep-level details. I think that what's impressive about the half diagonals is that while it's unnatural because we've never seen it before in RCT - it's actually really well executed for the isometric perspective. It's clear you've put a lot of thought into how to pull it off.
Finally an update screen of this project. After the GT break this is picking up pace again, and I'm happy for that.
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