Ok, done faffing, need to get back to finishing this. I'm now working with someone to get this as the full ride experience I have envisioned. The actual track is complete, so watch this space for updates.
Just wanted to share some progress done by my collaborator (parkscape_design on instagram) who's taken my sketches and concepts and delivered the starts of a beautiful station design. Here I give you the temple of Deity, worshipping speed, height and force =P. Excited to see this come together how I've envisioned finally.
The Deity tower is taking shape! Bare in mind this is just an early draft without the detailing, but I wanted to show the scale. I know it might be a little unusual to build a 200ft station for a coaster, but I've always loved travelling and looking at places of worship and be in awe of the scale. This coaster is all about the feeling, so I wanted the station to reflect that too. This is a collaborative process that has been really exciting so far, with the objects created by @parkscape_design on instagram. We're both really excited to show where this project goes.
Ha glad you guys get it! I've had some backlash due to the scale elsewhere, which, when I'm so passionate about what I do with NL found it a bit disheartening, because it's actually exactly what I had in my head lol. Decided to stay away from them for the time being
Just figured out sometimes it's best to just keep my head down and follow through with my vision, as much as I find suggestions really helpful to push my projects forward, I'm glad I have a little space on this site where I can share what goes on in my head. And a couple of you seem to enjoy it =).
[PS, Might just be feeling sensitive atm coz my lifes fallen apart and designing is the best form of therapy I have @Hixee If I make it to the Alton Live for once maybe we can discuss NL properly]
Have been working with @parkscape_design to come up with the object creation. The station is inspired by places of worship I've visited over the years, I love the large scale of them and imposing design. It's been really difficult to get this right, so this is still just a draft so far, but I think it starts the capture the vibe I want for the ride, we plan to put a lot more detail into it and get the texturing right, plus the actual design of some of the elements arn't final, but I'm really excited to see where this project goes. Watch this space.
Just wanted to show you the 'woodland walk'. With the ride taking up so much space I wanted the area to be divided up abit. The main plaza ia around the church, but if you go off the beaten track underneath the lift you'll be rewarded with a large viewing platform at the stone circle.
Hi guys. I know that the topic title is slightly weird and long-winded, but basically, what I'm trying to ask with this thread is; of all the things that are in theme parks, which ones do you really like and want to see more of and which ones are you not overly a fan of and want to see less of...
Progress has slowed down abit, with the current circumstances, creativity has been weirdly different. Jay has taken abit of time off too. So in the meantime. Just wanted to strip the ride back and just show the full layout in all it's glory. It will be finished before summer I hope.