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Plaza on the other side of the bridge



Some floating flower planters (inspired from EPCOT)(these are on the workshop)



Headed towards the Adventure Boats queue

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: July 18, 2019, 07:48 PM »
Harrison Ford and Sean Connery played father and son in the movie Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, but what was the difference in their age in real life?
A: 8 years
B: 12 Years
C: 18 years
D: 22 years

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Love the aerial view of the island. The shoreline, terraforming and landscaping look so realistic.
THX - and thx as well for the home page call out again. Sweet.

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BTW - that bridge is out on the workshop if you care to use it somehow.
https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1729295694

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THX guys!

Lets move into the Serengeti section of Africa. First off - I know, it doesn't really look like the Serengeti, its more of a name for an area in my part due to lack of creativeness on my part to try and name it better.

Its also an island, but that was just because of the configuration of how the park waterways ended up being in this area.

Here is an aerial view of the island so you can see how its laid out.



You cross over to the island from the rest of the Africa area over this stone bridge.
THX again for the Ruine pack by blackmanshadow.





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Thememaker's Toolkit / Re: Post your TMT projects.
« on: July 16, 2019, 07:08 AM »
thank you very much :) Don’t say that, just try it, you never know what you can do :)
I have no idea how to even make anything. I would love to do this, but I just can't grasp the concept of how to do this. I keep trying, but get stuck. If I had this capability, I would be making a crap load of stuff, probably even more than playing the game.

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Thememaker's Toolkit / Re: Post your TMT projects.
« on: July 16, 2019, 06:00 AM »
great idea. love the mini coaster  - its looking good. Better than anything I could do.

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Jake C - looks great

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looking good, want to see more

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Here are a few artsy shots of the Congo to close out this area.







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THX JB - I may add lions later in a different area.

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: July 14, 2019, 04:15 PM »
Which animal is NOT milked for human consumption?
A: Goats
B: Cows
C: Reindeer
D: Camels
E: Elephants
E: Elephants

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Planet Coaster Community Board / Re: Tropical Storm Barry
« on: July 14, 2019, 08:07 AM »
just curios so that I can track/watch what's going on. Can you share what town/city do you live in/by?

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H - is for Hagrid's Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure - one of the worst attraction opening disasters in history. :)

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THX guys - I love making the maps.

Here is a walk through video of the Africa section of the park. It include the Serengeti which I haven't posted detailed pictures of yet.

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Planet Coaster Community Board / Re: Tropical Storm Barry
« on: July 12, 2019, 05:38 AM »
hang in there and be safe.

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I like the map, wowman. :)  And it's going to be a hot collector's item one of these days, because the numbers under the Attractions title have differently angled drop shadows (I notice these things; it's a curse). And the registration is completely off on the numeral "1". :P  I'm keeping my copy of the map in a protective plastic sleeve till the price skyrockets, then I'm selling it for big bucks!

Looking forward to Serengeti with it's lions and tigers and bears... well, lions anyway.
lol - OBVIOUSLY MY ATTENTION TO DETAILS IS NOT VERY GOOD.  I copy and paste to much and don't even notice that. I promise to try to do better.

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Every time I see an update to this project it catches my eye as I am a semi-retired magician (yes, I used to cut people up and make them disappear). While the part is wonderful and looking great, I would really like to see more of a magic/magician theme throughout...not that this is bad, don't mis-read me...i love what you are doing so far.
So I had a big "Duh" moment here...just noticed that your screen name is The Magician and the park is really "Forgotten Continent". I was reading it as "The Magician's Forgotten Continent"...like the Magician was a character or something the park was being themed around. My bad, and I'm totally on track with this park now. I do have a "magic" themed park on my list so maybe one day I will get to it.

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Here is the map of the Congo area

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wow - really good. the use of effects, lighting, triggers and vehicle positioning was top notch. Great ride.

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great shot

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E is for elephant ears...yum!!! Such a yummy treat in many parks

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: July 09, 2019, 03:54 PM »
Which animal is NOT milked for human consumption?
A: Goats
B: Cows
C: Reindeer
D: Camels
E: Elephants

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: July 09, 2019, 03:53 PM »
About three fourths of the world’s fresh water is found where?
A: Brazil
B: China
C: Russia
D: Canada
D: Canada

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Zzzzzz What I see when I read this thread...NO _I"M JUST KIDDING!!!!!
Z - the classic Zipper!!!

I'm sitting here cracking myself up. :)

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Every time I see an update to this project it catches my eye as I am a semi-retired magician (yes, I used to cut people up and make them disappear). While the part is wonderful and looking great, I would really like to see more of a magic/magician theme throughout...not that this is bad, don't mis-read me...i love what you are doing so far.

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The many and varied water courses showing dimly through the overall map blow my mind.  Getting such intricacy in shorelines is a real bother for me even on a small scale, and you have a whole map of it.  Salute!
"Adventure" is the name of my park...and adventure to me means lots of waterways that can lead to adventures of the unknown. SO....lots os river and creeks in my park. The biggest issue I have with this is when I start messing with the shores or the land right off the shores and then I lose my water depth. Just have to be careful about that the boats still appear to be at the right level.

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Wow what an interesting park with different areas. The update before the last one is superb, the vibe of that area is beautiful, the night atmosphere is amazing. The buildings look detailed and realistic. The entire park is so huge; I am interested if your PC could handle that when it´s done. Such a great thing well done!
Ha - can't really handle it now. I'm working in 1-5 fps right now.

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THX - glad you can enjoy my work.

Here is an overview map of where the park currently stands.

Yellow is the Port of Call
Blue is Harambe Market
Orange is the Congo
Purple is the Serengeti, that is completed and will be showcased next.



Here is what I have completed so far in relation to the entire park plan




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Community Chat / Re: Hello comic book readers.
« on: July 08, 2019, 04:58 AM »
I used to read comics more as a kid, but haven't in YEARS. Two recent comic stories.

1. I did recently purchase a e-version of the Star Wars Galaxy Edge comic. Printed version were sold out everywhere, so I decided to go on-line for this...and I just can't find the excitement to sit at my desk and read it on the screen. I've only got through the first couple pages so far. (Maybe is the content? Don't know)

2. My slight;y younger brother was way into comics as a kid and collected them quite a lot. They have been in tubs in my parents house for decades...until last month. They were moving, so they started moving the bins to him in FL. I met them half way (at my sons house in ATL) and they gave me 4 bins to take back to FL and give him. We decided to start to go through them and research what value he might have. Short story, lots of $$$ in those bins and also some classic comics and some very bizarre ones. It was fun. Me, my son, my parents and my wife spent all weekend going through the comics and taking notes.

He has quite a collection. Best find. Marvel Star Wars #1. While most of his collection was in plastic sleeves, this one was worn and beaten up as he had read it like hundreds of times. It was one of the only ones not protected. If it was in mint condition. $80k in value. Some of the beaten up values were still over $1000, but this one was in pretty bad shape. If he only knew any better back then.

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