Started by Pat, March 13, 2007, 01:18:14 PM
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Quote from: bat on May 20, 2007, 01:47:12 AMfantastic using of ploppable water! Wonderful pictures!
Quote from: nova vesfalo on May 20, 2007, 02:00:12 AMsuch a shame I didn"t comment your MD ! whatever, I 'm doing it right know !! I like MD with teraforming, well I don't do it much myself, but I like people who do it ! Your canyon with plop water is really nice ! A very nice green area for the citizens !
Quote from: glepet on May 21, 2007, 04:19:14 AMVery nice terraforming, Pat. I can't wait to see the finished product. And Congratulations on becoming a BLaM team member. I'll be watching for your stuff.
Quote from: Snaper on May 23, 2007, 05:49:47 AMFantastic Very good work ... It's beautiful
Quote from: TheTeaCat on May 23, 2007, 10:34:49 AMHey Pat this is great work you've done mate. I like the terraforming of the spillway and in particular the rapids - could we see a close up?. The kettle's going on as you must need a cuppa after all that digging TTC
Quote from: JJ on May 23, 2007, 06:36:40 PMI don't quite understand how the water doesn't flow over the land, since it is exactly level with it. Not to my taste I must say. The trees are too repetitive, works if you are going for that man made look, but not so well when aiming for a more natural physique. I like your little bridge but am not overly keen on the waterfall, seems to be cluttered with all these weird rocks that spoil the atmosphere, remove a few of the unnecessary and I believe it will look a lot better.
Quote from: emilin on May 24, 2007, 12:36:26 AMI think I said this before, but the rate that your skills are developing at is amazing. Every little detail looks better with each update. The little bridge is really cool, for instance. I do think the town looks a bit "square" on the edges - I have nothing against the actual development though, it's just the edges that could blend better with the natural environment. Perhaps increased spacing around the roads leading out of town could solve that?
Quote from: dedgren on May 24, 2007, 07:44:09 PMPat- I think you get the greatest comments here, and it is so clear that you give such careful attention to each one. The fact that folks can speak their mind to you about what they see here so plainly speaks of the candor that only true friends can share. The fact that you then work so hard to address the things people see (without a bit of "hey, wait a minute...") speaks of true dedication to the craft. There's a synergy here that is phenomenal- I agree: your skills, which weren't all that shabby to begin with, have moved ahead by leaps and bounds.Fellow MDers, take note. Pat, hats off to you and your fine, fine effort!David
Quote from: Strechnitz on May 25, 2007, 12:29:54 AMHello Pat,So you thought you could sneak in an update while I wasn't looking eh? well good job my friend The lake and river are progressing nicely I must say. That custom bridge,is it made of wood and stone? is to die for. it fit's perfectly in the landscape as if it has been there for ages. The rocky watterfall is wedged in nicely between the steep clifs. I love it Pat. good work. there is so much action and movement in there. which makes it a good transition in my opinion. I like it.Strech.BTW. nice descidious tree, you are using. where did you get those if I may be so bold.
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