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What scenes do you mean exactly?
I also drawed some billboards for some scenes!
the scenes with all the statue like faces

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Welcome Center / Re: Hello..Again!
« on: Today at 05:58 PM »
^ Looks like somebody accidentally hit their Caps Lock key. ;)

Welcome back, JeriKY. I joined SGW a little over a year ago (seems longer :P), but I've been a lurker for many years. RCT3 is my game of choice here, but I follow all the threads in all the forums, so I'll keep an eye out for your creations. :)
Man JB...you don't ever miss my fat finger mistakes. LOL

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Welcome Center / Re: Hello..Again!
« on: Today at 11:42 AM »
welcome - look forwaRD TO SEE WHAT YOU HAVE TO SHARE

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Some animal viewing in this land




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nice looking buildings you made there

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fantastic - we really need a kiddie ride DLC in this game.

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: Yesterday at 08:27 AM »
OK, so it sounds like Syria and then the Greeks used forms of concrete before the Romans...but the Romans used concrete extensively from 300 BC to 476 AD, a span of more than seven hundred years. During the Roman Empire, Roman concrete (or opus caementicium) was made from quicklime, pozzolana and an aggregate of pumice. Its widespread use in many Roman structures, a key event in the history of architecture termed the Roman architectural revolution, freed Roman construction from the restrictions of stone and brick materials. It enabled revolutionary new designs in terms of both structural complexity and dimension.

Concrete, as the Romans knew it, was a new and revolutionary material. Laid in the shape of arches, vaults and domes, it quickly hardened into a rigid mass, free from many of the internal thrusts and strains that troubled the builders of similar structures in stone or brick.[1

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: Yesterday at 08:24 AM »
Aw, yer no fun. :P  I see that my clever red herrings didn't throw you off afterall. Yes, the answer is h) concrete. At least I got the eye-blinking answer right.

Now, about STP: No idea. But A and B sound kinda simplistic. D, less so, but pretty vague. So I'll go with C: Slow Transfusion Separation. Even though I have no idea what that means.
I was going to go for cut stones, but I believe I remember reading something a long time ago that the Romans invented concrete.

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: August 16, 2019, 04:57 PM »
In the world of motor oils…what does the corporate acronym STP represent?
A: Super Tremendous Power
B: Speedy Transition Pay-off
C: Slow Transfusion Separation
D: Scientifically Treated Petroleum

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: August 16, 2019, 04:56 PM »
Women blink more often than men do…how many times more??
A: 2x
B: 3x
C: 4x
D: 5x
A: 2x

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: August 16, 2019, 04:56 PM »
MY TURN!

The ancient Colosseum in Rome was made primarily from what material? (You may note that there are a few red herrings to throw you off.)


h) concrete

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Wow, I love everything about that building(s)! The angled wings (restrooms/first aid) with that great looking thatch-covered archway in-between. I don't know how much of it is yours or UncivilEngineer's, but I like it. Who could resist going through that grand archway and into the lush tropical forest beyond?

The main building was the workshop item. I added the planting beds and the savanna photo panels.

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THX guys!

Jumping back over to the other side of the plaza is a large structure (a slightly modified version of "Tropical / Tiki Park Entrance by UncivilEngineer" from the workshop). this serves as a building that has a few shops and facilities in it. Serves as kind of a gateway to the animal viewing areas behind the building.







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Planet Coaster Rides / Re: SKYRIM Dwemer Coaster
« on: August 14, 2019, 08:02 PM »
wow

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very nice looking

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RCT Parks & Rides / Re: Winjas Fear [Fantasy Spinning Coaster]
« on: August 14, 2019, 08:12 AM »
very beautiful ride. Curious...are those images using  billboards or are they actual scenery pieces. I don't recall pieces like that back in the day when I played this game.

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The poster/postacrd for this atraction...and yes JB....I double cheked the spleling on everything this time.
:)


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Planet Coaster Parks / Re: River Park | Starting Season
« on: August 14, 2019, 05:49 AM »
wow - big crowds in this park!

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i continue to be amazed at the time and detail you are putting into this parks infrastructure. Its been months and the actual park hasn't even been started yet, but its looking great.

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: August 12, 2019, 02:24 PM »
Women blink more often than men do…how many times more??
A: 2x
B: 3x
C: 4x
D: 5x

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: August 12, 2019, 02:24 PM »
The Brooklyn Bridge crosses which river in New York?
A: The East River
B: The Hudson River
C: Newton Creek
D: The West River
A: The East River

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Sounds like we need to submit a ticket as this is not isolated

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I have to say - i have been having some mouse control/camera control as well the past two days. I thought it was something I was doing, but couldn't figure it out. Was almost impossible to move around the park. Saving the game, closing and reopening seemed to clear it up. I thought it was me accidentally clicking something and restarting reset it. I was having a hard time believing that I did the same thing two days in a row that I have never done before...so maybe there is more to this.

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Looking down on the queue area for this ride



A cool shaded queue line

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Your Theme Park Photography / Re: Share those ride photos here!!!
« on: August 10, 2019, 02:49 PM »
Are those figures really being projected there? Can you actually see them? Or is this just "Fun With Photo Editing"? Neat how they carried the Star Wars theming into the seating.
That's a post edit on my part. This is not really seating (for a restaurant). This is the pre-show area for the Falcon ride. You first go through the queue which is themed like a ship hangar/garage of sorts. Pre-show 1 is Hondo explaining what will happen. Pre-show 2 is when you get your assignments, head down a flyway and enter the ship. you enter into this iconic recreated set from the Falcon interior while you wait a few minutes to enter the cockpit. Tons of Easter-eggs in this room. When your team is called, you travel down the Falcon hallway to the cockpit where you fly your mission. The set up and sets are even way cooler than the actual ride in many ways.

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Your Theme Park Photography / Re: Share those ride photos here!!!
« on: August 10, 2019, 08:46 AM »
Last week in Galaxy's Edge

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In the center of the plaza you can ride the Serengeti Swing




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Your Theme Park Photography / Re: Random WDW pics
« on: August 09, 2019, 12:16 PM »
We also had the added benefit to do a little star gazing. Kaley Cuoco (Big Bang Theory) was there filming a piece for some promotional video Disney will be doing about the land. She was explaining some stuff walking around in front of the X-Wing. Was pretty cool watching the filming and then being on the side stage when she went to cool off just a few feet away. I must totally sound like a Star Wars geek from her show right about now. :)

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Your Theme Park Photography / Re: Random WDW pics
« on: August 09, 2019, 12:13 PM »
Nice pictures! I am excited to finally see this in person when it opens. Since you have been there I am curious how the sightlines are within the land? I know there was a concern about seeing Slinky Dog Dash inside Galaxy's Edge.
I saw nothing but Black Spire Outpost. They did an awesome job. The layout, the forced perspective of the rockwork is the best I have ever seen. Looks like the land goes on for miles. Honestly...when I left and walked back through the tunnel after being in there a few hours...I was like "Oh yeah, we're in the Studios park today." I totally, realistically forgot. We especially explored the exit trail to Toy Story Land (it wasn't open and the had it guarded) just see what that area looks like. Didn't see anything. Now maybe you can as you get to the end of the trail (right as you approach TSL), but they wouldn't let us go that far.

It was really sweet. Can't wait until ROTR opens. If that attraction is anything they make it up to be, and matches the land details...damn.

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