Looks great. I'd go a touch lighter and finer on the tar strips but, other than that, it looks like a real weathered concrete roadway. How did you make the turn arrows?
I like the decorative ends on the bridge too. I assume you are going to sand the tops since they are a little rough now. Great idea to add a little art deco touch to a modern bridge. Have you thought about what you are going to use for street lighting?
You can run skads of 'em off the 5 volt side of a computer power supply.Those Chinese street lights are a great deal except for one problem - they run on 6 volts. I have no idea why they chose to do that since you'd have to put a dropping resistor (which get hot) in line with each light or come up with a six volt source just for these street lights.
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