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WIP Overath - Cyriax

Discussion in 'Bob's Track Builder Projects' started by Henki, Mar 9, 2010.

  1. Henki

    Henki

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    Just a short track around my old school in germany.
    Everything is done with Sketchup, Photoshop and of course BTB

     
  2. Erwin Greven

    Erwin Greven
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    very nice work! Gut gemacht.
     
  3. Henki

    Henki

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    Some screenshots:

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  4. Ryan Callan

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    Looks very, very nice :)
     
  5. Ralf Ääro

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    The pictures are a little bit small?! :D
     
  6. Henki

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  7. Jonathan Johansson

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    I must say im not very fond of rbr trees on rfactor tracks but i must say this looks awesome, you catched a good european road feeling and im gonna watch this one closely!
     
  8. Henki

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    Thanks for your compliments.
    The trees are just rougly chosen and planted. First i want to build the rest of the missing objects (houses) then i will delete all trees and start planting them again. some of them are quite ok, but i don't like the most them.
    any suggestions for really good tree xpack? i need needle trees, leaves trees and bushes (and good gras would be cool)
    some of the trees i used until now having problems with transparency and light reception