Check out these really cool skating concept images I´ve found online. Skate 3 wants to incorporate the different concepts brought out. The first sketch which shows an abandoned warehouse that provides the perfect opportunity for novices to work on their vert. The cool factor in the next one is heightened significantly by the road network up above, and then you have the supporting columns to go around, plus all the abandoned stuff including the abandoned culvert. The third one shows a quiet mall at night; perfect conditions made even better by the segmentation between the shops and the decorative spaces carved out for the trees.
The next illustration promises another great boarding experience; there are multiple entry and exit points The little diagram on the upper left corner gives the aerial view of the area; the parts in orange show the raised park. The alleyways and pedestrian paths are also indicated.
The sketch of the downtown open air mall is brilliant; the malls design itself shows you the potential the place has. Skate 3 thinks that the sketch captures perfectly the external part the benches, small pools and fountains. There are also several entry and exit points and its design creates ramps around the area.
This sketch is followed by another one of a downtown mall, but this one has more open air space in the middle as the entire mall is built on both sides. Beneath this you have a fairly straightforward stretch in between couple of shops.
The next one shows a multilevel park, with a couple of benches here and there and a staircase off to the left. The parks unique design provides a couple of ramps here and there. The other park themed concept provides multiple lanes and great quarter pipe surfaces along the paths cemented borders.
The spherical shape concept is captured in the diagram depicting downtown port Caverton Central Plaza. The layout shows approximately eight entry points. The buildings on either side provide lots of space.
The next couple of images show large scale city layouts, where the freeway leads out into the memorial park to the extreme left, and then the entire downtown district. The gentrified area is further out, then the university which is closest to the freeway. To the right you have the suburbs, then the observatory further out. The next photograph is similar but has a more circular plan to it, with the university, observatory and suburbs in the centre. The central park is on the right, and most of the other areas including the docks, downtown and the industrial area are to the left.
Another skate 3 concept shows the different potential skating zones within the university residential district, which is fairly linear. The next two images are of a seaport area next to the docks. The next couple of images are park themed, and one has a series of carves and ramps that would be great. The last one is of an art gallery that is compact shaped and sits in the centre, with lots of space all around it.