CTRS' Paths1 Redux
My paths set still aims to create the feeling of a contemporary park, but now with a more subtle texture and new lowered curbs for planters. The set includes functional trash and recycling bins, as well as curb side drains. My favorite piece would have to be the now terrain conforming Disney inspired strollers. Aquatica by Sea World in Orlando, Florida was a heavy inspiration for this set. All objects are fully recolorable and align to Shy's, SJJ's, and most of Moby's path angles. With so many conforming peices, your park can now have the gentle rise and fall of your dreams.
This ride is inspired by Kilimanjaro Safari at Disney's Animal Kingdom in Orlando, Florida. With the help of ImagineerJohn's animating skills and the brawns located over at Revolutionary Rides, we've brought this model (of which I am very proud of) to life. The car has a unique "simulated shocks" feature that allows the carriage to pitch out of a turn when taking it at high velocity, and the carriage is at 1m above the ground level, perfect for making stations. This CTR comes attached to the safari ruts track, which it has been designed to fit, but with the ctr creator can be added to any track. This CTR is fully recolorable.
CTRS' Oaken Buckets
This is my first publicly released CFR. It is a themed teacups ride replacing the cups with oversized oak wood buckets. Although, it was designed for the Laugh Country Series of custom content, this ride could easily fit within many other themes. It was produced by ImagineerJohn and uses platform textures created by Jonnyears, for which I am grateful to them both. This CFR is not recolorable.
CTRS' Little Boy Blue
The first set in the Laugh Country series. LBB was inspired heavily by Alton Towers in Staffordshire, England. Originally a massive file, the set has been updated to reduce the file size greatly. New items and geometry have been added. Since this set will not overwrite its previous incarnation, it is very strongly suggested that you delete the old set, your computer will thank you. This set is not recolorable.
CTRS' Bird House
The second set within the Laugh Country series. Inspired by Disneyland in Tokyo, Japan; Bird House expands upon the Laugh Country series in it's legacy with new high quality and recolorable textures, diagonal alternates and various wooden beams and fencing. Bird House is designed to lend well to queue structures, and the hewn wood beams work well with the other sets in the series.
Now you too can be a Dutchie. Half of this set is rural Dutch architecture in an Anton Pieck style, many of these pieces ripped directly from Efteling in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands. The second half is Dutch architecture as translated by Dutch American colonist. A beautiful pink brick with details inspired by Sleepy Hollow at Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida. This set is selectively recolorable and uses a innovative flat window construction.
The original paths set is possibly one of my favorite sets to use, personally, but the "OP" was just too contemporary for your typical park from the 70's. So, taking inspiration from Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia I designed a complementary set with wooden curbs and split post fencing. The mulch covers alone make this set a must have not to mention all those conforming pieces you've been missing from the "OP"
Aqualander came about after finding myself completely dissatisfied with the lack of contemporary generic theming for water parks in RCT3. Heavily inspired by Aquatica by Sea World in Orlando, Florida this set includes catwalks for slide queues, pool covers, PVC slide pump pipes, steel braces, and aboriginal railing decor, but my favorite piece has to be the slide station cover designed to match seamlessly to both covered and uncovered slides. This set is fully recolorable and works brilliantly with Spice's custom pools.
CTRS' Casey's Corner
Casey's Corner set was heavily inspired by the QSR by the same name at the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida. The set includes Disney style registers, several open door objects, Main St. style trash bins, and different Main St. style decor items for your facades. One of my favorite objects within this set is the display window billboards designed to fit behind your Main St. windows you can create a great display window with just the right graphic. This set is fully recolorable.
CTRS' Path Walls
Path Walls was my first released CS set, much has changed since then and my cs building has been refined but this simple set still finds many uses. My favorite trick with these sets is elevating the walls to build curved cornices for your round and oblique buildings. Based heavily on Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Florida. This set is fully recolorable.