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Posted 30th May 2008 at 08:52 PM - Updated 2nd Nov 2008 at 02:46 AM by Phaenoh - Viewed 64481 times. Direct link to this thread
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This is a picked upload! It showcases some of the best talent and creativity available on MTS and in the community.
My medieval hood just wouldn't look right with blacktop roads, and I liked the look of Stev84's Country Roads but it was still just missing something for me. Thats when it dawned on me. Wheel ruts! Carts leave ruts in the road so I had to make a terrain that implied that, especially with all of hexameter's Horse Drawn Neighborhood Vehicles zipping around in my hood.
I've created two versions based on Stev84's previous work. (Thanks so much for letting me upload them!!!) One replaces the blacktop roads in the grass terrain and the other replaces everything in the dirt terrain to grass and my roads. Please see his threads to get terrain paint and flooring that is similar to my roads. Why reinvent the wheel?
I plan on using the dirt replacement in Riverblossom; that hood seems country enough, but I still want the rest of the hoods that are attached to it to have regular roads so it works out. The new terrain change cheat that came with FreeTime makes everything even easier.
Stev84, for creating the original mod which this was based on and for permission to upload my version.
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