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  1. Double Wide Practice Download Link: http://www.halowaypoint.com/en-us/games/halo4/fileshare/details/ea5d315c-7abd-4487-b4a9-458907c000ba This is just a basic double wide of my choosing. I wanted to use new pieces that I have never forged with before. I used a bridge piece, cover glass, and rock type 2. This my no means is not the best I can do, truth is I wanted to doodle and practice different things so I can prepare for my my next double wide which will be called "Perfection" or something along the lines. This double wide features smooth turns and fun jumps. Play with Race v1.1 up to 16 players. How this map came about? I was in the mood to make a double wide, so I built one. What was the hardest part? Ironically, the hardest part for me to forge was the big gravilift jump. It was hard because the jump was slightly slanted, so making the jump and landing was a bit of a challenge. The success rate is about 65%. Not my best, but the main purpose of this track is experimentation of different objects. How long did it take to make? It took me about 30 hours total. Difficulty (Easy) Images: Overview:
  2. TRED's 45th download: http://www.halowaypoint.com/en-us/games/halo4/filebrowser/details/90058d0e-5b81-48ff-ace9-5ae4cacd4b0a This is my 45th racetrack on halo 4. To be honest, of the 45 or so... I really only care for about 25 of them, Or at least the ones where I started to use transitions instead of tapering (Which KSI Milk Man introduced me too). Thanks to mastering this wonderful technique each racetrack just gets better and better. I can't even decide which one I like the best because every new racetrack I make is even better than the last one! My goal is to make 100 racetracks and become as well-known as I can before halo 5 hits the fan. I got 20 more maps in the Alphabet Series, 6 more SKYTRACKS, 3 more difficulty tracks, as well as many other racetracks that I randomly have ideas for! Number 100 will be called TheRedEyedDevil. This tracks color scheme is Red (for obvious reasons). This is another tournament style track which is quite unique compared to my other ones! I used 98 braces as the bases of the track. This idea had originated from one of my recent maps "J 4 Jungle" as in that map you had to drive underneath the braces, in this map you start from underneath, but a majority of the track is on top which I think looks pretty sick!!! Play with Race v1.1 up to 16 players. How this map came about? Ironically Tripmine was with me in the beginning and we were going to forge a map together, but we had connection problems and timming was bad, so I continued without him. I had a mindset for a tournament track and I thought it would be pretty cool to use braces as the bases for it all. What was the hardest part? Amazingly this map was not a hard map to forge. Mostly every thing in it is on a 5 degree rotation snap. But in retrospect I would have to say forging with the braces was hard mostly because the camera would zoom out really far every time I moved the brace and magnets were not an option on lining up the braces. Precision would have been nice, no doubt about that. The other hard part was posting the number 45 on one of the back walls of the brace turns. At first I had it on the wall in red, but it was hard to read, so I changed the color to green, but didn't like it. So I put large bridge pieces behind the text for a white background and changed the letter back to red! Also, finding a route took me a few hours, but I think I did good. I really wanted you to drive both ways on the braces, but I couldn't find a suitable route. How long did it take? It took me about 20 hours total to make it. Images: Decoratives: Overview:
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