- Jun 16, 2013
Are they trying to lose the lower level most beautiful theme park award to?
The pig sign that hung about the Das Stein Haus sign is finally gone, It was faded beyond recognition.From a post in the insiders group. Looks like there may be hope for the mural after all.
From a post in the insiders group. Looks like there may be hope for the mural after all.
I seriously can't believe that there's a building in Rhinefeld right now that's school bus yellow.
Yeah I genuinely think it doesn’t look that bad. I can see what they’re going for and I feel like the finished product will be more digestibleHonestly, I think it looks nice and I like it. It reminds me of some villages that I visited in Germany when I went on a trip there.
Now that I understand what they're trying to do with the new colors I don't mind it as much. I mean in their defense, the buildings in Das Festhaus haven't painted that way forever to my knowledge. View attachment 25888
“My son you were never sane to begin with!”Who says they were in "the right mind" in the first place?
Conceptually, I have no problem with trying to liven up Rhinefeld a bit with some color. German towns today do often utilize some bright colors.
THAT SAID, there's something actual German towns and even the fake buildings in Das Festhaus have that Rhinefeld's buildings don't: detail. In the photo above and in so many of the authentic German reference photos I've been digging through this evening, brightly colored buildings are almost always visually broken up by greenery, flower boxes, murals, trim, elaborate woodwork, other buildings with much more muted colors, and even the dark gray streets over which they tower. Bright colors work in authentic German towns because they don't overwhelm the eye—there are plenty of darker, less vibrate, visual elements in the foreground to tone down colors that, in isolation, are quite bold.
The concept art, and some of the work.Im in the park now, about to go to rhinefeld.
Not saying a Six Flags merger will happen. Rather, I meant this from the obnoxious color perspective, which permeates Six Flags parks.One step closer to merging with Six Flags?