[RCT3] Vivaldi Park Pacific Paradise

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[RCT3] Vivaldi Park Pacific Paradise

Postby Steffen_Dk » Wed Dec 03, 2008 4:25 pm

I'm back with a new park and back in the Vivaldi Park track after a pretty long brake it (most of you may not even know what I'm talking about).

Vivaldi Park Pacific Paradise is situated on 3 small sized atoll islands placed in the Pacific as the name refers to. The theming will be..... TROPICAL - shock! - and I'll try to master building a park with intense rides, but at the same time have a park with a relatively calm atmosphere.. Hmmm... that really makes no sense, but I hope that you have understood some of it




Update 1

At the moment the park is still under construction, though the entrance area and 2 of the main attractions already have been finished.



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Super signature shot of the entrance with the impulse coaster Red Diamond in the background.

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Red Diamond's station building

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I just hate when the windows disappear

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Back to the entrance again and this small welcoming building

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As I said in the introduction of this update, 2 of the main attraction were build, so in update to, expect to see more to:
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Postby cinciDAWGS12 » Wed Dec 03, 2008 4:46 pm

Wow only a few pictures and I'm already excited to see more! Nice job!
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Postby the ghost » Wed Dec 03, 2008 4:58 pm

Awesome Steffen, you are one of the best RCT3 designers we have here (probably my number one or two favorite designer depending on what you or CD5 are creating) so I am looking forward to this. '

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Postby DBru » Wed Dec 03, 2008 5:54 pm

It's looking great! The entrance area is very original, yet somewhat simple...and I love it!

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Postby AlmereStars » Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:23 am

yeeh a new park =) you're getting better in logo's!

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Postby Steffen_Dk » Thu Dec 04, 2008 5:33 am

Update 2



I guess it's time for a Blue Fall update....



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Blue Fall, or at least a part of it.

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The square behind Blue Fall is surrounded by shops and stalls. Here you can get almost everything.

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cinciDAWGS12 wrote:Wow only a few pictures and I'm already excited to see more! Nice job!

Thank you, I hope you enjoyed this update

the ghost wrote:Awesome Steffen, you are one of the best RCT3 designers we have here (probably my number one or two favorite designer depending on what you or CD5 are creating) so I am looking forward to this. '

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Thank you very much

DBru wrote:It's looking great! The entrance area is very original, yet somewhat simple...and I love it!

Thank you

AlmereStars wrote:yeeh a new park Taiko Really Happy you're getting better in logo's!

I actually have no idea of what I'm doing. I just add some things (I don't know what they do) but sometimes it ends up being good looking and sometimes it's in the horrific category

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Postby BelgianGuy » Thu Dec 04, 2008 11:18 am

Man looks really good so far and I love the simplicity of the entrance, "less is more" can be a motto after all.

I really hope you can go a long with this one because I really like your style of building and use of terrain. Keep up the good work.

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Postby monkeyoverlord71 » Thu Dec 04, 2008 11:28 am

Lol, I just downloaded that Intamin drop tower. It's pretty cool. :P
Are you putting a roof on it?
The park is looking really smart. I prefer the theming of this park than your others, it's so much cheerier. :)
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Postby Thelegendarymatthew » Thu Dec 04, 2008 2:57 pm

Looks great, what scenery packs do you use? I relay would like to know.(mainly the ones you use). Because u and CD5 inspire me.
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Postby cinciDAWGS12 » Thu Dec 04, 2008 3:39 pm

It still looks great! The only thing I could suggest is to put a roof on the drop tower...Great work!
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