Toripony wrote:Thanks for the cross-post! I "tended to" a hospital full of new pc users starting back in '94, so I have an appreciation for the frustration that casual users can encounter. Also, I know parents who struggle to keep the house pc running and tremble in fear every time the kids want to load some new game. I am hoping this will be something they find easy and safe.
Well, I'm sure that many adults would also appreciate the ease in downloading and installing your layout, Tori, it was so quick and simple and must be one of the fastest installations of any huge route I've ever downloaded in Railworks, many thanks again for that.
I've not posted any screenshots of your route yet, as I'm still busy playing on both the summer and winter free roams, but, just wanted to say that I think your ground texturing is absolutely fabulous......
The rocks and cliffs have always been a bit of a texturing nightmare for many creators, but, you're different texturing smoothness now shows how realistic they can look and the general ground appearances with the many flowers and grasses are quite superb. A brilliant job all round with a woman's touch, and even though it is a WIP, with a lot of sparse areas which I'm sure you will populate with an abundance of buildings, etc, it's fabulous, and those of us who've downloaded it will encourage you to carry on to its completion.
Before I go, I wondered if, on your website, you could post a bigger map showing where West Virginia is, as, I'm sure that lots of folks from outside North America may appreciate knowing where your state is located. We can also see your neighbouring states and which appropriate RR companies' rolling stock we ought to utilise on your route.
Thanks very much and best wishes.
i5 4690 3.5 GHz Quad Core CPU, Gigabyte Z97-HD3, 16GB RAM, nVidia GTX1060 6GB, WIN 7 PRO 64-bit.