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Looks really good!
Those lens flares are really beautiful!
Alright. There's also a merge of AA2 + DS2.0 just in case you're interested let me know ;)
Not just install but manually merge. That means: First install Complete mod, after do a folder/file comparison with some dedicated software such as WinDiff or Beyond Compare (there are other tools like that) to figure out which files can/should be overwritten and which not.
This requires some basic knowledge about the nature of mods for SoC. If you don't have any experience with mod merging, go and either look for some tutorial on the web, or for an existing merge of these two mods.
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You'll have to do some manual merging for Complete Mod, but AFAIK there are people having done this already, so with luck you'll find a working merge on the web.
Ok. Nonetheless it should reflect the moon...
Hi. That video is private, I can't watch it.
Beautiful! Only the reflection of the moon on the lake / pool is missing.
Nice - as always :)
Sorry for not replying sooner, I've been on holidays :)
Look in the settings files ShaderSettings.txt and ShaderSettingsSunShafts.txt, both in folder gamedata/shaders/r2, there are plenty of values to tweak, reduce, or even completely disable those effects.
Definitively. Hopefully he didn't do this:
Holy sh.t! Didn't know that you could actually CLIMB that thing!
or army warehouses.
yes, you're right. Almost like Arnold Schwarzenegger in "The 6th Day" looking at his clone and later realizing that he himself actually is the clone and the other Arni is the original. There's a term for this but I don't remember it.
Oh my! And thank you for providing those photos!
This is a classic shot from the exclusion zone (as seen on the web) - and terrifyingly close to the looks of the Prypiat level!
Damn, this is real!
Could be almost Aver level ;)
Almost like in the game! :P
Yeah I know it's not you who *created* that ambience, but it also requires some skills/knowledge/experience/talent or whatever you like to call it to make a screenshot (or photograph) at the right moment from the right position with the right perspective - that's what I meant by landscape shooter :)
Wow, this almost looks like the beginning autumn these days where I live. Apart from the ship wreck of course :P
Once again a great shot - you really should change your business and become a landscape shooter ;)