Development Team for a map (UK) (1 Viewer)

BritishBus

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So, I am developing a map based around The County Of Kent, it is fictional.
I was wondering if anyone could help me develop it.
Here is a screenshot:
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Please let me know what you think and if you would like to help, Thank You!
 

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Ddogb

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If you need help with custom repaints down the line I'm happy to help out

JT / TBOS Repainter
 

BritishBus

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If you need help with custom repaints down the line I'm happy to help out

JT / TBOS Repainter
I could do with some repaints, would you be able to make some custom Kent logos and a colour that matches it for a repaint for the London City Bus?
 

Ddogb

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I could do with some repaints, would you be able to make some custom Kent logos and a colour that matches it for a repaint for the London City Bus?
If you DM me and give me a general idea of what you would like (colour, style ect) I'll be happy to help out with that.
 

ITS A11

Gud Ebening
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My dude starting a whole damn company 😂
I'm not bad at doing repaints, not as experienced as others but if there's any jobs for that, I'm available
Good Luck
 

Sylar

Yorkshire Counties Developer
Masterswitch Studios
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If you want my honest advice dude i would create the map yourself and get the basic template how you want it. A community developed map has its set backs in the forms of leaks and various other factors like it not being up to standard and not too mention fall outs of which are rife within the community. I wish you luck in the creation of your map and certainly am an advocate for more community created content. In terms of help i would out source things like assets and repaints for sure but the map itself i'd personally advise you keep to your own standards and the way you want it. Speaking from experience on both what issues i have come across as well as the issues that seem to constantly flag up in the community. I would hate to see a project 6 months down the line be cancelled because of community disagreements which being truthful is why a lot (not all) of projects never see the light of day.
 

BritishBus

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If you want my honest advice dude i would create the map yourself and get the basic template how you want it. A community developed map has its set backs in the forms of leaks and various other factors like it not being up to standard and not too mention fall outs of which are rife within the community. I wish you luck in the creation of your map and certainly am an advocate for more community created content. In terms of help i would out source things like assets and repaints for sure but the map itself i'd personally advise you keep to your own standards and the way you want it. Speaking from experience on both what issues i have come across as well as the issues that seem to constantly flag up in the community. I would hate to see a project 6 months down the line be cancelled because of community disagreements which being truthful is why a lot (not all) of projects never see the light of day.
Thank you for the advice, I will still accept people for hofs e.g. now but I wont get help with the map, cheers man!
 

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Sylar

Yorkshire Counties Developer
Masterswitch Studios
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Im not saying dont get help as it is your project to run how you see fit dude. Im simply saying weigh it up as experience has taught me from seeing other peoples projects ect that its difficult to get cooperation with projects as large as maps.
 

BritishBus

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Im not saying dont get help as it is your project to run how you see fit dude. Im simply saying weigh it up as experience has taught me from seeing other peoples projects ect that its difficult to get cooperation with projects as large as maps.
Yeah I know, but I totally agree!
 

LT586

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Its taken me since 2013 to learn the editor because of having zero time to work on it. So i applaud those who start a map!
 

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