View Full Version : "Simple" Fountains - Help needed !!!!

12-10-2005, 06:51 AM
I need a mixmaster show, that allows me to add four simple large
fountains in the middle of a lake.

The biggest problem is, that the show should run the whole day and night, 24 hours. I don't know, why Frontier didn't have add simple fountains to the scenery, like the other wells.

I'm currently not very familar with the mixmaster, so please, if anyone could help with a downloadable show .... THANKS!

Fright Time
12-15-2005, 02:28 AM
Me also, I have No Clue how to use the Mixmaster-its Impossible!

12-15-2005, 10:13 AM
Some simple 'always on' fountains would be very welcome. I'd love to see some small ones as well, sort of like the little short 'bubbling' type in RCT2. The Mixmaster isn't the easiest thing to use, and to be frank I'd rather spend the time building a park than to be fiddling around trying to figure it out, which also helps keep my frustration level down! LOL!

12-26-2005, 06:50 PM
I am new to the Mix Master but I do understand it. Play the tutorials and read the instruction booklet. I will fiddle with water shows and will report back l8r.

12-27-2005, 02:06 AM
the Soaked waterjet designer, or the RCT3 Advanced Particle Editor, or the timeline mixmaster itself?

its really not all that hard to use - for the mixmaster - you click on the timeline, choose the item you want...and position as necessary. i dont use the waterjet designer...its pretty horrible so i cant help you there. and if youre talking about hte APE...thats a whole other reply - the APE is for designing effects, not placing them.

these tools are complicated...but highly powerful - learn to use them, and you can have mostly any effect at your fingertips.

01-12-2006, 09:31 PM
It can be a little overwhelming at first, because there are so many different little things you can change to change the effect. The easiest thing to do is work with each one, one at a time, in order to understand just how each different option effects the particle or effect. Once you understand those, you can start using your imagination to mix the different effects together. Hope that helps. :)

01-18-2006, 08:38 PM
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