Props to the artists as well, they did a spectacular job. The combination of the pictures with the words really made this whole new world come to life.
this park really exists in his mind. he has toyed with the idea of making some merch style tee shirts... and Ive been encouraging him to do so
not so small a part after its all said and done. your masterful artwork of the original park was a key component of the presentation. and your technical expertise was invaluable. credit where credit is dueEcstatic to see your passion project concluded, sad to see it end. It has been a real pleasure to watch Americana 1900 and the greater Americana Resort slowly come to life…not just during this latest, masterful iteration, but ever since your earliest draft first caught my eye oh so many years ago in Theme Park Apprentice. I am so glad I got to be a small part of this. Congrats!
It's odd how I don't need to get up so early to post the next episode! I'm still debating what my next project will be, but of course I can work on more than one thing at a time. Don't expect anything next week. Maybe next year...I said "maybe!" Thanks for your support during this adventureCrazy how I got so accustom to waiting for a post today - would love to one day see your RetroAmericana drawings!
LOL! I'm working a bit on another novel about Americana 1900, possibly a major fleshing out of the backstory for The Pike. I'm also thinking about possibly- and don't make me promise anything- developing a similar major presentation of RetroAmericana 1950. Right now, though, I'm exhausted from driving back from Nashville where I went to the Tennessee Renaissance Festival. It was hot and the entire faire is built onto a hillside. I felt like a medieval mountain goat!I would love to know what your thinking of doing. I find myself going back and reading through this one over and over again.
.... Why can't I quit you?
I honestly don't have a favorite. If I had to make any sort of ranking, I think that State Fair is the most important TOWNSHIP (if you want lands, go visit the Black Rat of Orlando ). Its emphasis on classic rides, some of which are difficult or impossible to find today, makes it a great resource for history buffs. Visually, I think that Century Plaza would be the most beautiful, and Courthouse Square the most immersive. The Pike is undoubtedly the most visually impressive. I can imagine the look on people's faces as they enter it and are confronted by massive historic buildings surrounding a sunken garden with a six-story Elephant folly in the center.There's so many great areas in this park - I'm curious what everyone else thinks, but The Pike might be my favorite land
There's so many great areas in this park - I'm curious what everyone else thinks, but The Pike might be my favorite land
A friend who inspired the character of Johnathan Havoc helped me with the menu for Jeremy's Balcony. I'll contact him to get the recipe and pass it on.I think it added some more context to you as a person and the park as a whole. Honestly, if I wanted any recipe from Overlook, it was the Cookies to Die For.
As for the novellas, I want to read the full story of Americana, both in the creation of the park and the stories of the park itself.
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