Belotto's Structures

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Belotto's Structures
« on: May 07, 2010, 09:02 AM »
Hello everybody,

some of you might know my structures from the Atari forums, I want to give this thread a new home here at SGW, I hope, you are in agreement.  ;)
At first I'll list the existing structure packs for you (for download just klick on the description).

Downloads for the existing packs:
Pack 1: Small town houses


Pack 2: Old houses


Pack 3: Temples & Mosques


Pack 4: Office buildings & shops


Pack 5: Skyscrapers


Pack 6: Fountains & pavilions


Pack 7: Stations


Pack 8: Asian buildings


Pack 9: Hotels


Pack 10: Entrances


Pack 11: Pirate buildings




Pack 12: Western style buildings


Pack 13: Winter buildings


Pack 14: Venetian buildings


Pack 15: Industrial buildings


Pack 16: Beach buildings


Pack 17: Antique buildings


Pack 18: Arabian buildings


Pack 19: Flowerbeds


Pack 20: Fountains


Pack 21: Mainstreet buildings


Pack 22: Old town buildings


Pack 23: Dark ride stations


Pack 24: Skyscrapers


Pack 25: Asian buildings


Pack 26: Main Street buildings II


Pack 27: Palaces and more


Pack 28: Pirate buildings II


Parks 1:  Belotto33 Parks 1


Parks 2: Belotto33 Parks 2



As an addition I present you some short movies to see some of the buildings "live". I hope you like them, too.  :)

RCT3 Moments
RCT3 Moments II
RCT3 Moments III

RCT3 Moments IV

RCT3 Moments V

RCT3 Moments VI

RCT3 Moments VII

RCT3 Entrances II - Dark Ride Stations


In the next post I'll add a list with the needed CS Sets (please be aware that you'll need A LOT of CS to use the structures... ;))

Comments and critics are appreciated.
Kind regards
Belotto33
« Last Edit: June 08, 2016, 12:34 PM by Belotto33 »

Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2010, 09:14 AM »
OMG that's insane!!!  Doesn't even remind me of RCT3.  You took a lot of time in creating those enchanting cities and areas/retreats.  It's astonishing to see what creators come up with on this forum.  Another true park builder inspiration.  Everything just looks right-on and perfect. 

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2010, 09:21 AM »
Thankyou again for your unrivaled contributions Belotto.  You're a real RCTrooper.

And about time!  This thread deserves a decent home.
Just when I thought I was out ... they pull me back in

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2010, 09:54 AM »
Haha, finally you post this project here too! I love seeing all those way too realistic pics!

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2010, 10:02 AM »
I don't think anyone else can match your wonderful architecture! You certainly have a way with capturing a feeling, and making it look so effortless.

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #5 on: May 07, 2010, 10:56 AM »
All hail the King!

RCT can be an art form...this body of work is the proof.


Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2010, 11:10 AM »
Oh my god belotto! You have so many beautiful creations, and you have such a versitile and wide style! Everything from countryside landscapes in the third video to that futuristic/dystopic city in the second one. Gosh. SVT is right, you can catch a mood, a feeling and turn it into a RCT3 masterpiece.

If you want critisism, at least from me, you'll have to wait a bit. I have to take in all those awesome creations and let it sink in a bit. :P

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #7 on: May 07, 2010, 12:30 PM »
It's absolutely a fact, that you're the best architect in RCT3!
You're a true romanticus (no not in that way), and that's a style I really appreciate.
I love the castle, It reminds me of an improoved version of a castle in Germany.

You're vid's and screes aren't the best, but It's about the creations, and those are perfect.

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #8 on: May 07, 2010, 02:56 PM »
I don't have to watch the videos to let me know how amazing you are...you've proven it thousands of thousands of times.  Leonidas is 100% correct, you are the best architect in RCT3...bar none.

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #9 on: May 07, 2010, 03:00 PM »
Great work Belotto! Just can't stop watching those vids. And venezia (yay for italian language!) is just marvelous, love it.

And as others say, you just top every single style, you nailed every possible architecture. One skill that is very rare. Love your work - keep doing it :)

Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #10 on: May 19, 2010, 11:17 PM »
Thanks a lot, guys, I´m really glad you like the buildings.  :D
I´ve some side projects in the works, but most of them are in a very early stage.

Here are two teasers:

Please notice the fantastic hedges, a fabulous CS-Maker (and a great park builder, too) made them, they´re not up for download at the moment, but I hope I can convince him someday to share them with you all...  ;))


No, these are not "more pirate buildings", you might guess what project this could be...  :P

Thanks again.
« Last Edit: May 20, 2010, 03:02 AM by Belotto33 »

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #11 on: May 20, 2010, 04:42 AM »
Astounding.   :drool:
You are definitely one of the best architects in the game.

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #12 on: May 20, 2010, 04:55 AM »
I'm not too sure about the high hedges to be honest.
But the fountain looks beautifull!
I like how you managed to get the path (landcovers) in that nice curve. It's all very barok, and symetrical.
I love the Versaille atmosphere.

Maybe you could use the shy-planters path borders, as a fence by sticking them 1h above the water.. This way you don't have to deal with the modern fences.. Just put some main-street elements in the wall, and you'll have a sort of barok-wall.

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #13 on: May 24, 2010, 09:57 AM »
I adore you buildings! :love:


Ps. 400 postes! :rockon:
Snow coverd star.... Oh YEAH.

Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #14 on: May 24, 2010, 11:25 AM »
Astounding.   :drool:
You are definitely one of the best architects in the game.
Thanks a lot.  :)
I'm not too sure about the high hedges to be honest.
But the fountain looks beautifull!
I like how you managed to get the path (landcovers) in that nice curve. It's all very barok, and symetrical.
I love the Versaille atmosphere.
Maybe you could use the shy-planters path borders, as a fence by sticking them 1h above the water.. This way you don't have to deal with the modern fences.. Just put some main-street elements in the wall, and you'll have a sort of barok-wall.
Thanks for the tips, I´ll have a second look at the fountains.  :) As fot the hedges, they´ll bee stackable, so you can decide, which height you want.  ;)

I adore you buildings! :love:
Ps. 400 postes! :rockon:
Thank you.

I was asked several times to give a list of the used CS Sets. It´s a very long list, but here it is. Be sure to get all the new sets out there.

Aceana's Pavement ESSENTIALS One
Aceana's Pavement ESSENTIALS Two
AtlantisVaults
beaver_home
belgabor-Asia Walls #1
BigBurger'sTimber 2.0
Brick Walls
Ckef_Rock Side Lagoon set V2.0
CSF Neon Lighting Set
CSFChristmasSet
DasMatze_Fences&Railings
DasMatze_OfficeWalls
DasMatze_RandomStuff
DasMatze_SwizzIt!
eeZee-Haunted Mansion
eeZee-MS_Emporium
eeZee-WDW Castle
eeZee-WDW Inner Castle
errt_Turning Doors
ESSAceana's Pavement Essentials Expanded
extatlantis
Fechu's_Swizz_Objects
Glass Walls (Modified)
Gothic Walls
Iceatcs' Brand Name Logos Set
Iceatcs' Timber Frame Building Pieces
JCat's ScreamWorx
JCat's SpaceWorx
Jonnyears-Plinth Set
Lego's BONUS SET
Lego's L3G0s - Lower Set 1
Lego's L3G0s - Middle Set 1
Lego's L3G0s - Other Set 1
Lego's L3G0s - Upper Set 1
Lego's L3G0s - Whole Set 1
LG_HarbourSet
Max Gothic
Max-Egypt
Max-New Pyramid
Max-Old Pyramid
mgpBarns
mgpbeams
mgpBells3
mgpBrickset
MNM Egypt Theme
Moby's Steel Jungle v1
Moby's Steel Jungle v2
Moki - Frozen Lands
Moki - happy pool
Moki - holidays addons
Moki - winter time and Christmas stuff 1
MrPlow-BrightFallsCoalMine
NF Particle Effects
NYRShingle Roofs
NYRStucco Roofs 1
NYRStucco Roofs 2
Old-Spice's Asian Empire
Old-Spice's Bushes
Old-Spice's Evergreen's
Old-Spice's Large Trees
Old-Spice's Palm Tree's
Old Spice's Pine Trees
Old-Spice's Small Trees
Old-Spice's Small Tree's
Old-Spice's Tree Line's
Old-Spice's Tropical Trees
Old-Spice's Waterfalls
osudennyconcrete statues
OTAceana's Pavement Essentials Out-Takes
Pier6WallsSet
Pumper MouseWorx
Pumper-SteelWorx
Puzzled5543-sul-exp
Ralfvieh Medieval_2
Ralfvieh_Bridge_Set
Remarkeble-walls
RomanaAsmosia
RRAceana's Pavement Essentials Expanded
RWAceana's Pavement Essentials Wall and Railings
shy-Alpine Village Set
shy-Alpine Village Set 2
shy-Alpine Village Set 3
shy-Catfish Cove Set
shy-Circus Center Set
shy-Circus Center Set 2
shy-Main Street Set
shy-Main Street Set 2
shy-Main Street Set 3
shy-Main Street Set 4
shy-Main Street Set 5
shy-Water World Set
shy-Water World Set 2
SPANKY-Hedges & Topiaries
T4L-Billboards
T4L-Lamps and More
T4L-Paths and More
TerraTemple
TNS-Roof-Spanish_Tile
Vaulting
Vines
Vodhin_LightKit2008
VodhinArboretum_Set1
VodhinsCafeKit
VodhinsCityofOZ
VodhinsGirdersNGlass
VodhinsIronWorkSet00
VodhinsLightingKitv2
VodhinsMillSet
VodhinsNeonTribute
VodhinsVermontTheme_v1c
WAGIGhostMineRideWallSet
Xistics2RoadCafeItaly1

Kind regards.

Edit: A little progress of my next project, it´ll take some more time as my other themes. Please be patient.  ;) (And a big Thank you to MGP for his marvellous moon):

« Last Edit: May 24, 2010, 12:23 PM by Belotto33 »

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #15 on: May 24, 2010, 11:57 AM »
 :scared:

You weren't joking about that being a long list.  I think I have about 3/4 of that, I have a lot of digging to do.

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #16 on: May 24, 2010, 04:59 PM »
No one likes you or your amazing talent.



....except for everyone...including me. :D

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #17 on: May 24, 2010, 06:25 PM »
Yeah .. that's epic!

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #18 on: May 24, 2010, 06:35 PM »
 :ohmy:  That was not there before.  Amazing!!  :love:


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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #20 on: May 25, 2010, 02:06 AM »
Wow...


There are only a few people that really have that romantic, hystorical style I really love..
And you're the absolute master on that area!

The last theme you showed (I think it's something like neo-gothic?), is just amazing.
It seems like fantasy, while it's really an excisting style, but romanticised and on a larger scale.


I'm actually in love with the tower on the right.
Again, amazing job!
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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #21 on: June 23, 2010, 02:01 PM »
Hello all,

very sad news. All the data got lost during a PC crash. I had to buy a completely new one, so only the structure sets I saved online are left.
Starting from scratch is very frustrating, I spend most of the time collecting every available CS Set...  :(

I hope to find inspiration again soon. As a first glimpse here´s the "reconstruction" of my "Taj Mahal"-building, I´m not sure whether it´s 100% identical, but I think it´s OK so far.


So please be patient with any updates, I´m sorry.
Kind regards

Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #22 on: June 23, 2010, 09:27 PM »
Glad to see that you're up and running again, and clearly up to your standard of brilliance. That has such a natural elegance about it whilst avoiding the more cliched, colorful approach. I love it.

I also think a certain SS '10 team could take some cues from that. ;)

Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #23 on: July 29, 2010, 02:57 AM »
/\ Thank you  :D

Beginning from scratch is not as easy as I expected, but I´ve got some things in the works. Some of the older sets (like the arabian buildings) will get an overhaul, some new sets will be started soon.

Here are some Ideas I have so far

A church as an element in a new "Small town" set with houses for a romantic mainstreet:

A roman bath as an element in a new "Antique buildings" set (greek temples and stuff):

And maybe this and more temple structures as a new "Adventure buildings" set (I´m not sure yet, what do you think?):

If you have any ideas, please let me know.  :)

PS: A big thank you to all the fabulous CS Makers out there, like Ralfvieh, Old-Spice, Boston, Weber Ckef01 and so many others...  :up:

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #24 on: July 29, 2010, 03:38 AM »
Again you just nailed the styles you were going for.
The church looks fantastic, but not overdetailled to make it unreal. It fits the style perfectly.

The roman bath is amazing. I like hoe you combine the roman objects within Ralfviehs castle set within the classical style. A small detail though; Roman buildings weren't painted white, so maybe you should change the color to light brown (which still looks like white, but more natural).

The last screen is amazing.. The Ankor wat-ish building looks perfect.
Also the envirement looks great, and fits the building.

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #25 on: July 29, 2010, 04:12 AM »
wow! :O

those are awesome!

i think i'll do the same as on atari.. i have something to do :P

CS links:
moved to page 3 http://www.shyguysworld.com/index.php?topic=3225.60
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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #26 on: July 29, 2010, 04:54 AM »
Um, I'm just lost for words Belotto. Its honest to goodness fantastic. Loving every little bit of it.

May I ask where those columns in the Roman Style image can be found?

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #27 on: July 29, 2010, 05:06 AM »
^above your head, i think its romana osmania

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #28 on: July 29, 2010, 12:48 PM »
Um, I'm just lost for words Belotto. Its honest to goodness fantastic. Loving every little bit of it.

May I ask where those columns in the Roman Style image can be found?

Ralfviehs new Antique set mate, about 80% of that image is by the looks of it



The last picture is just... hmmmm

One thing, how do they get into the baths?  ;)
« Last Edit: July 29, 2010, 12:49 PM by Pegaso1011 »

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Re: Belotto´s Structures
« Reply #29 on: July 29, 2010, 02:25 PM »
I'm very fond of that last shot.  I could just sit there and stare at it all day.  It is spooky, and yet still so beautiful.