If you could implement the Rotterdam Centraal design that would be awesome, seeing as Utrecht, Amsterdam etc.. roofs are already implemented
edit: best overview of the new Rotterdam CS station design I could find:http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9 ... I31cwO&t=1
Looks nice, but would need better pictures. Seems like a nice modern big roof as opposed to Amsterdam's old style. Would be a nice addition. Utrecht was mainly added to have modern roofs as small parts (for the smaller stations). Though I wouldn't mind adding a few other styles as well. Examples are always welcome, maybe I'll go hunt for some pictures too
Overpass should go both ways, maybe also in Rotterdam Centraal Station style (darker / with escalators)
The over pass goes both ways if you connect two overpasses together. I kinda like this flexibility.
I don't know Rotterdam Centraal's overpasses. Picture please?
Nice, OV-Chipcard gates would be nice, but we'll have to figure out how to design them in away which offers flexibility in station design.
Information poles will probably be best of as an additional detail on other tiles, probably not worth their own station-tile.
Station name signs without the stairs thingies
Another nice feature would be some station buildings.
Agreed, I especially would like on-platform station buildings similar to Michael Blunck's NewStations. I almost never use the non-station tiles.
Is there a tutorial about drawing buildings? If I will get to drawing, I will stick to buildings
Not really. If you're already familiar with the light effects, shading, palette and dimensions, you've got a good base. I'd recommend starting with something small. Most of the platform tiles I drew are made up of smaller parts. Drawing Hilversum station was a pain in the ass, so I really wouldn't recommend starting with something huge as that one.
EDIT: Now the Dutch Trainset also includes metro, it might be nice making some metro-specific station tiles as well.