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Review my city

Posted by Romhfvir on 17 November 2018 in Spanish (Español)

Ok so... I'd like to know what do you think about this city. (work in progress, absolutely not finished)

-Yes, i know it is very small for having a metro. -Yes, i know the stations are very near each other -Yes, i know the buildings look weird.

I like constructive criticism as u don't hurt my feelings, duh

and a message for admins: Please, are you going to give me a wiki account? Thanks for reading!

Location: Ecko

Comment from iiEarth on 17 November 2018 at 20:10

Hm... Due to the fact that your stations are close and are on streets, maybe replace it with a tram? Also, your secondary roads are too small, make them bigger.

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Comment from Romhfvir on 17 November 2018 at 20:43

@iiEarth there is a reason of secondary roads being small: There aren't cars enough to fill them

and @Luciano f... I made the buildings too big?

PD: I am going to delete the metro and when the city gets bigger i'll do a proper one

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Comment from Alessa on 17 November 2018 at 23:34

I think what Luciano is hinting at is that the scale of things is just a bit off. The buildings themselves aren't really off by much, but the distance between streets is. Notice how close together your streets are compared to those in central Madrid. It's not that there can't be any streets that close, it's that there are too many that close. I'd suggest doubling the distance between almost every street if possible. Then, add your buildings in accordingly. Some buildings will in fact become much bigger.

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Comment from iiEarth on 18 November 2018 at 00:32

@Romhfvir If there are not enough cars to 'fit' in the secondary road, I recommend you tag it something below tertiary.

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Comment from Arisuaq on 18 November 2018 at 10:09

I think it is very nice! I really appreciate you've started with small details, especially the small details in the parks you've mapped are really awesome. It's amazing you've made this very nice detailed city with iD editor, I think it's even better than some places made in JOSM. Only thing I'd did is that you should make your buildings sharp- you can do that with clicking on the building and clicking the square button. One more thing is that you can't use real world names, such as Trinidad. Otherwise, I think it's really good! Arisuaq

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Comment from Romhfvir on 18 November 2018 at 12:54

@Alessa and @iiEarth I'll write it down in my mind! thankss

@Arisuaq thanks! I knew about the sharping button, and some buildings there use them. Also, I know I can't use real world names but every Spanish-speaking cities I know have a neighborhood called 'Trinidad' it is a VERY normal name and commonly used in streets, churches and therefore, neighforhoods. It means 'trinity' and as it's so used i thought it would fit so well there... Anyway, i'll think of it

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Comment from newflanders on 18 November 2018 at 22:37

Genial, desde luego te desemvuelves super bien y a este ritmo te vas a hacer una ciudad mas bonita que Sevilla ;) Me gusta lo del canal separando el casco historico del resto de la isla. Good job ! (sobre todo si lo has hecho sin JOSM)

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Comment from Romhfvir on 21 November 2018 at 14:29

newflanders Muchas gracias! (a estas alturas no sabía que hubiera gente que hablara español!)

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Comment from Jesus Antonio on 21 November 2018 at 21:47

Pos la ciudad tiene un propósito bien interesante que conecta dos tierras como Estambul o Cairo o Singapur etc, y los edificios para mi están ok pero alejados un poquito de la carretera.

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Comment from iiEarth on 23 November 2018 at 00:36

I don't know Spanish, but is are you mentioning Istanbul, Cairo, and Singapore?

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Comment from Romhfvir on 23 November 2018 at 14:25

Muchas gracias Jesús Antonio!

yes iiEarth!, he said that my city connect two different lands like Singapore, Cairo and obviously Istambul

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