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 [rwl] [stc] Beijing Jingkai Street Circuit 
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Post [rwl] [stc] Beijing Jingkai Street Circuit
The infamous Beijing Jingkai A1GP layout is now on GeneRally. Again, I know it looks rotten, but it was the best I could do.

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http://gdecarli.it/php/index.php?var1=2&var2=2 You can see here why there is grass

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There is the layout I did, pretty much

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Fri Jul 26, 2013 9:19 pm
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Post Re: [rwl] [stc] Beijing Jingkai Street Circuit
Bruno, you can make great things only using the default Track Editor, make sure to use the "Rope Lenght" tool and use Zoom to place objects, things will get very smooth this way... also, overlap the objects a bit, its useful to fix gaps in walls, et cetera...
Also, if you use the second tarmac you can then outline it with white lines, this is the way to make thin lines in TE, but its very manual, pixel per pixel...

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Otto Wilson wrote:
Bruno, you can make great things only using the default Track Editor, make sure to use the "Rope Lenght" tool and use Zoom to place objects, things will get very smooth this way... also, overlap the objects a bit, its useful to fix gaps in walls, et cetera...
Also, if you use the second tarmac you can then outline it with white lines, this is the way to make thin lines in TE, but its very manual, pixel per pixel...


My advice is - why not use other tools like SnakeDitor or paiting apps like Photoshop, Paint(Xp Version) or GIMP. For example in the WIP thread I made 84 Estoril and Jerez 86 layouts with Photoshop.

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I use only, besides the default editor, SnakeDitor and Paint (Vista version, you can "undo" more times than XP version, and you can zoom more). i dont like to use Photoshop or GIMP for tracks, but i may surprise myself one day, but seriously, i am planning a to make TE-only track, maybe its harder to make a very beautiful and smooth track this way, but its 100% possible to do.

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Thanks for the feedback guys. I saw that coming, because I know my attempt is really rotten. I don't like using SnakEditor. It's too complicated for me! Just want to make a simple, fine track, and it just makes it difficult. It may be easy for other people, but not for me.

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bruno_arnason wrote:
Thanks for the feedback guys. I saw that coming, because I know my attempt is really rotten. I don't like using SnakEditor. It's too complicated for me! Just want to make a simple, fine track, and it just makes it difficult. It may be easy for other people, but not for me.


At first glance I also tought that SnakeDitor was complicated, but I got used to it. Believe me you'll get used to it one day.
You can use other tools for making perfect tracks - MS Paint, GIMP and Photoshop are also useful for making quality tracks.

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