Show us your network maps

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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by The Irish » 26 Apr 2012 17:44

jor[D]1 wrote:Nice, but would go for a better readable font.
Ok. I tried to find something better:
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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by jor[D]1 » 26 Apr 2012 20:27

Nice, which program was used?
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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by The Irish » 28 Apr 2012 06:11

MS Power Point.
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Post by YNM » 02 May 2012 12:57

My first try on Network maps..... Using MS Paint
Using local resources to made this... :o
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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by teccuk » 06 Jun 2012 05:38

Yoursnotmine wrote:My first try on Network maps..... Using MS Paint
Using local resources to made this... :o
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Lol. Nice one!

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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by FLHerne » 09 Jun 2012 12:22

I mapped the passenger services in my current game. Road/tram services not shown, because the map would need to be five times as big 8) .
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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by Aerond » 14 Jun 2012 23:00

Nihon Works Corp -- Passenger Network 1930

This is from my game in my Kanto Area scenario (which you can find in the scenarios forum)

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Post by Aerond » 14 Jun 2012 23:35

Nihon Works in 1940

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Post by bwong » 15 Jun 2012 00:43

Aerond wrote:Nihon Works in 1940

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Woah woah woah! Intense things Aerond!
Do you have a screenshot thread? :shock: I would beg to see the game you have going right now! :bow:
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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by Norfolkadam » 17 Jun 2012 00:29

This is what I've been working on this evening. A pretty large conurbation with regional, local and high-speed lines, several major centres of population and two international airports.

I'm pretty happy with it, I think it's fairly realistic which is what I go for.
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Post by Goreiilar » 17 Jun 2012 06:04

^ I like this very much :)

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Post by bwong » 17 Jun 2012 19:16

Goreiilar wrote:^ I like this very much :)
ditto :D
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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by GurraJG » 17 Jun 2012 19:19

Norfolkadam wrote:This is what I've been working on this evening. A pretty large conurbation with regional, local and high-speed lines, several major centres of population and two international airports.

I'm pretty happy with it, I think it's fairly realistic which is what I go for.
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SWEEEEEEET! What software did you use?

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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by Norfolkadam » 17 Jun 2012 19:45

GurraJG wrote:
Norfolkadam wrote:This is what I've been working on this evening. A pretty large conurbation with regional, local and high-speed lines, several major centres of population and two international airports.

I'm pretty happy with it, I think it's fairly realistic which is what I go for.
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SWEEEEEEET! What software did you use?
Adobe Illustrator.

Thanks for the compliments guys. :D
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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by bwong » 17 Jun 2012 20:29

Norfolkadam wrote:
GurraJG wrote:
Norfolkadam wrote:This is what I've been working on this evening. A pretty large conurbation with regional, local and high-speed lines, several major centres of population and two international airports.

I'm pretty happy with it, I think it's fairly realistic which is what I go for.
regionalrailwayshinckley.png
SWEEEEEEET! What software did you use?
Adobe Illustrator.

Thanks for the compliments guys. :D
Can you upload the illustrator file? I would totally reverse engineer it. (ITS TOO AWESOME :D )
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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by Aerond » 18 Jun 2012 01:15

Nihon Works in 1950 (had to redo te map to make room at the sides for future expansion)

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For the next 10 years I plan to start covering the cities of Western Tokyo, start expansion of the network to the NorthEast and expand the Chuo Line from Hachioji to Kofu

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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by Pilot » 18 Jun 2012 19:47

Norfolkadam wrote:This is what I've been working on this evening. A pretty large conurbation with regional, local and high-speed lines, several major centres of population and two international airports.

I'm pretty happy with it, I think it's fairly realistic which is what I go for.
regionalrailwayshinckley.png
Do you have a Screenshot thread to post Screenies from the Game in? I'd love to see the Network. BTW Happy Birthday.

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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by Level Crossing » 18 Jun 2012 23:28

All I'm missing is the right font...
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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by Norfolkadam » 19 Jun 2012 21:47

bwong wrote:Can you upload the illustrator file? I would totally reverse engineer it. (ITS TOO AWESOME :D )
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A321Pilot wrote:Do you have a Screenshot thread to post Screenies from the Game in? I'd love to see the Network. BTW Happy Birthday.

I don't have one at the moment, no, but I might make one tonight or possibly this week at some point. I find it hard to make screenshot threads interesting but we'll see.
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Re: Show us your network maps

Post by thphwh » 24 Jun 2012 15:53

I want to make some maps, but what free software should I use. Many are mentioned, but which is best. I don't really want to use MS Paint.

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