Modern street objects, patterns, and paths
- 7 – Types of pavement stripes provided as paths
- 5 – Pavement markings
- 8 – Construction barrier objects
- Manhole cover, meter cover, and valve cover (turn off shadows for best results)
- Fire hydrant (colorable)
- Street sign (colorable)
- Wheel stop (colorable)
- Street lamp
- 2 – Traffic signals
- 1 – Storm drain curb inlet object (turn off shadows and place on layer 700 Above Wall)
- Sidewalk pavement and street pavement provided as “floor” pattern and as terrain
- Curb and Curb with sidewalk provided as “wall”
- Sidewalk provided as “wall” and path.
- Building tool or Material
- Pavement with curb is provided as “material” however, this produces an irregular area that may not be desirable.
- For straight curbs use the Building tool with curbs as “walls”
- The curb with sidewalk option sometimes causes distortion, especially near corners, because the “wall” is so wide.
- When you create paved areas using walls, you will need to turn off the shadows for best results.
- Use the select tool to select the “room” and turn off the shadow option at the bottom.
- Driveway objects provided to build connections between paved areas.
- Turn off shadows for best results
- Set layer to “700 Above wall”.
- Place edges to connect areas
- Hold down “A” to flip object
- Fill in with the middle object
Tips for realistic paving and striping.
- Lanes should be 2 to 2.5 squares wide.
- White stripes divide lanes traveling in the same direction.
- Yellow lines divide lanes traveling in opposite directions
- Parking stalls should be 2 squares wide and 4 squares long for “typical” vehicles.
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