combined airport set v0.5 [Searching for a new maintainer]

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combined airport set v0.5 [Searching for a new maintainer]

Post by skidd13 » 23 Nov 2006 23:07

Due to the lack of time (there are so many other projects) I want to pass the project (further details in the last post).

A few days ago I started to create a grf file with a mix of some other grf files and some edits made by myself. Now I'm on the way to create a combined airport-grf.
  • New features of V0.5
  • new parameter: fences
  • 1 new big-airport building-set
  • 1 new runway
  • Included graphics by:
  • Andrex
  • Born Acorn
  • Mr.Hunt
  • Rob
  • Rspeed
  • Zimmlock
  • /me (Skidd13)
  • Parameters:
  • runway
  • big airport buildings
  • small airport buildings
  • transmitter
  • helipdad
  • fences
additional sprites for the set are also welcome!
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Post by DaleStan » 24 Nov 2006 06:08

TTRS2 is Zimmlock's and his usual policy is that his work is public domain once the set is released. But I'm sure he would appreciate being informed of this, and an appropriate entry in the credits.
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Post by RSpeed tycoonfreak » 27 Nov 2006 21:31

I hope your getting permission from everyone, cause this lloks very good :D
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Post by skidd13 » 29 Nov 2006 22:58

ATM I still need permission for the ground sprites of my airport-set.
I worte an email to the address given at TTD Urban Renewal. But had no response since then. So I need your help. :bow:

Perhaps you know who is the author of the "Airport asphalt" of the "AirportSet" from TTD Urban Renewal.

This is what I'm talking about:
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Post by Born Acorn » 30 Nov 2006 01:11

Andrex, I suppose.

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Post by skidd13 » 16 Dec 2006 11:00

Till now I have not the permission to use the ground sprites of the airport. :( So I drew them. :) What you think about the new ones?

A question beside: How can I replace the helipad-sprite of an airport?
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Post by XeryusTC » 16 Dec 2006 13:08

The concrete (I suppose) is too bright IMO, people could go blind when looking at it for too long ;).
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Post by skidd13 » 16 Dec 2006 17:43

XeryusTC wrote:The concrete (I suppose) is too bright IMO, people could go blind when looking at it for too long ;).
I agree, but I used google maps to get a impression of the concrete. Check this: ("Frankfurt am Main" airport).
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Post by Psistorm » 16 Dec 2006 23:53

ahh... well you may be right about the color of the concrete, but TTD uses a whole different pallette. the bright desaturated concrete doesnt go too well with the otherwise rather colorful look of the game. such colors would work for the new graphics project, which aims on this kind of look

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Post by Born Acorn » 17 Dec 2006 02:03

It's like snow, and a bit too bright.

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Post by habell » 17 Dec 2006 09:54

The runways could be this bright, but the rest of the airport should be darker.

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Post by Ameecher » 17 Dec 2006 10:36

IMO, having fences along the side of a runway is highly unrealistic, normal any obstacle is kept as far away from a runway as possible. Also the concrete is too bright but the rest looks cool.
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Post by skidd13 » 17 Dec 2006 11:29

Ok, Ok :lol:
so here are some diffrent ones. Which is best?
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Post by Ameecher » 17 Dec 2006 11:31

The first has too much yellow, the third looks a bit too dark, I therefore think the second, I'd like to see it on the whole airport though, it would probably then appear overwhelmingly bright! :P

Edit: also the squares in which the planes park at the terminal shouldn't be red, at airports taxiway marking are in yellow and terminal gates do not have squares around them.
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Post by RiTi » 17 Dec 2006 11:33

I prefer the most right one. It's looks to me as the most real concrete. :wink:
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Post by RSpeed tycoonfreak » 17 Dec 2006 11:51

I say the right one it looks the best i think :D
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Post by skidd13 » 17 Dec 2006 11:58

Ameecher wrote:Edit: also the squares in which the planes park at the terminal shouldn't be red, at airports taxiway marking are in yellow and terminal gates do not have squares around them.
If you look here. You will see that the yellow lines mark the middle of a lane. And the red lines mark loading/holding boxes.
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Post by Ameecher » 17 Dec 2006 12:12

Ok then, I withdraw the red box statement.... :P
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Post by skidd13 » 17 Dec 2006 13:21

So here is the darker one:
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Post by XeryusTC » 17 Dec 2006 15:15

It's better, but it almost looks like the usual tarmac again. I would vote for the second one btw for the most concrete look.
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