• What does a T junction look like?
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  • I'm sorry, I know this is a stupidly retarded question, but I'm struggling to find any pictures. I'm working on a post-zombie-apoc map set in a small section of a built up city. I have a custom road texture (which is really nice) which I'm going to edit to make a T junction. As the title suggests, I need pictures of said junction. Thanks in advance. Also, this should be in mapping, right? I suppose it's justifiable for it to be in models/skins.
  • I've used google, I can't find a decent pick of a T junction of the sort I need. And I know it needs to be shaped like a T, I need to know what the road lines should look like.
  • [img]http://cheltonia.files.wordpress.com/2008/02/portlandsquare.jpg[/img] There ya go.
  • I [img]http://www.facepunch.com/fp/rating/cross.png[/img] with all of you. It looks like a U
  • [QUOTE=~ZOMG;20084836]I've used google, I can't find a decent pick of a T junction of the sort I need. And I know it needs to be shaped like a T, I need to know what the road lines should look like.[/QUOTE] Go outside? Find a T intersection. They're everywhere. Bring a camera.
  • Heh, And I thought this was going to be a thread about tjuncs where world geometry and func_detail geometry meet.
  • [QUOTE=metallics;20086178]Heh, And I thought this was going to be a thread about tjuncs where world geometry and func_detail geometry meet.[/QUOTE] I thought the same thing when I opened it.
  • [QUOTE=metallics;20086178]Heh, And I thought this was going to be a thread about tjuncs where world geometry and func_detail geometry meet.[/QUOTE] I even drew a diagram in paint before I realized what he meant. So I drew another diagram. [IMG]http://img707.imageshack.us/img707/5955/tjunctiontraffic.png[/IMG] This is for right hand traffic, mirror it for left. This is what a suburban high traffic t-junction with traffic signals would normally look like. If it's a low traffic t-junction it probably just uses a stop sign on the l of the T and doesn't have separate turning lanes. Oh and if it's a very high traffic t-junction in something like a city, then the roads are probably four lanes wide the entire way. Hmm, actually that picture is a bit mangled, the straight lane would collide with the turning lane on the other side. You don't want that.