Started by antn, March 09, 2008, 12:26:51 PM
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Quote from: io_bg on April 21, 2011, 10:18:06 AMThese look great
Quote from: Sciurus on April 21, 2011, 10:49:54 AMThat's excellent , but why not doing sweden BATs as your swedish? Guillaume.
Quote from: Silur on April 21, 2011, 10:54:41 AMI like Your pier - only me be with some rural details ( not so bright) ...Thank You ...Nicks.
Quote from: antn on April 21, 2011, 09:49:57 AMThought I should kick this thread back to life... I do it by showing some WIP.Some of my recent projects, all recreations of, or inspired by New York buildings.This is at the corner of E 138th Street & Cypress Avenue in The Bronx.Rowhouses inspired by the brownstone houses in Bed-Stuy and other neighbourhoods of NYC.
Quote from: jmyers2043 on April 21, 2011, 05:42:14 PMHey Antn How about that! Some works in progress? They are looking very nice and I like the models a lot. I wish to encourage you to pay attention to the roof textures. A lot of folk spend time making duct works and air condition units. Cluttering up the roof to add visual interest. It looks like you've added something that looks like leaves collecting in the corners. That is actually a good idea and I don't recall seeing that sort of thing before (making a mental note to self) I don't know what kind of paint program you have - so I'll go out on a limb and suggest that the the tar paper textures are a good choice. My minds eye thinks that some smudging, water stains, or a gradient is all that's needed to make these roofs outstanding. Good Luck- Jim
Quote from: Lowkee33 on April 22, 2011, 07:31:10 AMThe Bed-Stuy houses are right on, for a while I lived in one. Don't know what tile constraints you have, but in general, the front steps/fence area of these houses go out a little further. These houses also have backyards, much like the GasCooker row houses.As for me being a jerk , I think that every color house you make should have a different pattern of AC units, as well as consider various roof textures, or various smudging/water stain patterns that Jmyers recommends.Those two fireplaces bring back memories, though I believe we had roof access too. Many neighbors had beehives up there.
Quote from: Sciurus on April 22, 2011, 08:23:58 AMAh ok, I see. The swedish BAT you did is pretty good, but the front's texture is a bit flashy for me Guillaume
Quote from: riiga on April 22, 2011, 10:54:22 AMVad ska man säga...? Fy fan så snygga byggnader, speciellt hyreshuset från Malmö! I don't know what to say... but your buildings are sure as heck awesome!
Quote from: kapete on April 22, 2011, 04:14:45 PMJag älskar dessa svenska bostäder! I love that swedish residentials! They remember me somehow to some spanish buildings here where I live.Wanna see more!
Quote from: DaveN on April 22, 2011, 04:35:37 PMThis block of Malmo area looks interesting. Waiting for the final effect. How far is well. How do you manage to finish what I'm for, and right away I write on demand. Way to go.
Quote from: antn on April 22, 2011, 06:16:42 PMI was planning to put them on 1x2 lots with two houses on each side by side. That makes room for small backyards as well.
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