Archive for July, 2006

Roads to nowhere

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

I’ve been busy. My list of things to do is yet again growing.

It’s a UK Roadset. It won’t be out for ages, as I’ve hit a snag with replacing the deck on the road bridges, and the default road loading bays. Gah. Coders anyone? :p

More Graphics.

Wednesday, July 26th, 2006

I was going through some old concepts for things I never finished, and old pieces of graphics I intended to be grand projects. I realised I am meant to have a road graphics project in order to be finished. So, today, I designed a new road surface for it. It’s not much, but it’s a lot better than the road I have on my website. I have decided to apply it to one of the old airports I made. I’m hoping to release that tomorrow, as well as make headway with the remainder of the sprites for the Frieght Station, and the concept for a big station for the glass station. I also found this, once a gargantuan project I finished, and, well, never got coded. It’s mean to lean into corners when it goes around them.


It’s meant to be the British Class 370, better known  as the APT, which was a failure as it’s tilting mechanisms failed.  The press had a field day and so it was doomed.


Monday, July 17th, 2006

Ok. So maybe this is actually a two week newspost I saved as a draft and forgot and now remembered and updated to apply to the now. So what?

The new glass station. Needs buildings.

The new glass station. With bits.

I finished the graphics for the new glass station. It includes an overpass and glass bits that cover two tracks, as you can see. I had a thought the other day for how to deal with yonder terminal stations. I can secretly work on buildings now! Now we must go through the lengthy coding part, with testings and bug quashing included!

A holiday in France – With Piccytures!

Monday, July 10th, 2006

Yes! I have spent the past two weeks in a caravan in France. We took a newish digital camera, which took loads o photos, and even more importantly I uploaded them to my Gallery space.

M/V Barfleur

Thats a picture of the ship, in case you couldn’t tell. Notice how the company logo is an Aquafresh rip-off!