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(Jul 18, 2017, 01:26 AM)cp2013 Wrote: this was somthing i was going to complete but the loss of the RCT lounge really put a damper on it, real shame to because it is 100% gone except for these pics (new PC and i'm not sure i can find the original save) This was going to be a fantasy alpine theme around some sort of dragon.


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That really stinks! I know how that is, I have had that happen to me quite a few times in the past. But on the positive side of things, I love this layout!! Really nice build. I really like how it doesn't just go right into the lift hill and has some elements before it! Definitely, makes it stand out. I also really like the station and how the track goes inside of it! 

Oh, and your color choice was on point Smile
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#42
I think the problem I have is finding the motivation to keep going I've started so many projects but instantly lost my motivation if I found it too time consuming or if I built something wrong. But I also have a lot of self doubt at times especially when I see entries to the completion that I know I can't match. I mean, take Ice Howler as an example. Its got usable curved steps. Something I don't know how to do. I think what it comes down to is if I hit a hard spot or get impatient I just tend to abandoned the project all together.
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#43
The only way to match those entries you see is to work on stuff and finish it. Work on small projects and finish them, and improve gradually. Don’t pull a me and start big stuff all the time.
2 Time Build-It Winner (Phoenix and Talon)

Current projects: 
Bethlehem Steelworks (industrial-themed amusement park set in Bethlehem, PA)
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#44
Well I AM working on a Wooden Coaster gradually. I took a break today but the past 3 days I've been working on the supports
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