Started by vortext, May 31, 2013, 11:31:03 PM
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Quote from: Girafe on April 12, 2014, 06:01:43 AMAmazing job, I really enjoy the cobble stone textures, they are perfect for small villages
Quote from: kelis on April 12, 2014, 06:04:29 AMI like so much your MD ! I always wanted to do a city inspired in the old Amsterdam ( Fantastic video ), but I always had problems with plugins and I was not able to get a good result, but I think you are doing an amazing job with this type of region and I have to say that it's very inspirational, so please keep up the good work my friend !!Greetings
Quote from: FrankU on April 12, 2014, 11:54:38 AMHi Erik, The video about Amsterdam is great, indeed. Maybe now finally we all know that the city didn't grow ring by ring, like may seem to believe.Anyway: your developments are really interesting and the Daeley trick sounds interesting too, althought I don't really understand how it works. He really found some funny flaws/features in the game that can be put to good use.And I am looking forward to using your textures and lots. You seem to have found (or BATted?) some nice small crops for the lots! Could you elaborate on these?
Quote from: c.p. on April 15, 2014, 10:22:42 AMLots of interesting (and mysterious) things going on here. The cobblestone streets look great I'll be interested to see how that trick from Daeley works out.
Quote from: M4346 on April 17, 2014, 10:32:26 AMIncredible work and a great inspiration! Also love all the tinkering!
Quote from: APSMS on April 17, 2014, 11:39:01 AMCommenting because I'm trying to not be a lurker and maybe get people to comment on my stuff when I post entries in my MD (which, admittedly I haven't done much of). There's a lot of stuff going on here, and I'd like to offer some support/opinions, esp. since I always seem to forget to do so even when I have something to say.I would definitely be interested in a Cobble Street override. The ones currently available in the SAM/GLR-in-Street are ugly imho. These ones blend much better. I also notice you've adapted the Dirt Streets to fully replace the default texture, including Draggable WRSC! Nice work there (not that I'll use it in particular), especially for maybe adapting other street overrides to do the same thing (I guess it's just a matter of making the textures, though).Since FAR streets aren't available (yet? ), would the FAR cobble streets be a retexture/overlay for the Roads, or are there plans I've not heard of yet? (I thought autoconnect was the straw on the camel, but I could be wrong)
Quote from: Simcoug on April 17, 2014, 11:41:26 AMGood stuff! I really enjoyed that clip too - I hope you don't get too attached to parts of your city, because it looks like it will be built, torn down, and rebuilt again. And I am really curious about the 'under water' residential. Is that grown? Please explain! (with the right model, a dock full of 'house boats' seems like a possibility) I don't know if you've seen the drama TV show 'Vikings' but your Monastery made me think of the poor monks who suffered through waves of 'barbarian' raids.Unfortunately there's not much in the way of BATs...
Quote from: benedict on April 18, 2014, 01:26:19 PMGood to see you back with an update, and good to see you back at number one on BTT this week.Edit: and another week on top - well done.
Quote from: Gugu3 on April 18, 2014, 01:45:26 PMWow!very nice as always!nice pictures...and great work on the cobblestone texture
Quote from: kbieniu7 on April 19, 2014, 11:21:18 AMOh man! These MMPs and cobble far streets are awesome! How do you manage your life, to find time for it?!According to "regular" shots, they are excellent! I'm impressed, how you create the nature. I love the meadows, wetlands and shores, they look to be unrepeatable and deprived of artificiality... just "real"!Good luck with the monastery! Usually, If I decide to create some details in LE, I don't finish them. I hope, you will show us something interesting!Happy Easter!
Quote from: Schulmanator on April 20, 2014, 06:49:30 AMNice work. I do like the cobblestones. We could always use that in cities
Quote from: juliok102013 on April 30, 2014, 07:41:20 PMI NEED THESE ROADS!!!! Amazing Pictures, congratulations.
Quote from: Themistokles on June 04, 2014, 09:15:42 AMWow, the curvy roads with their textures really fit in seamlessly with their surroundings (they were good already earlier, but they're awesome put to real use), and I agree with everyone else on the map - and it really sets the mood brilliantly for the images.Just wondering (slightly off-topic, but anyway)... do you use seasonal trees?
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