Black Mesa: Uplink is the recreation of the Half-Life demo (HL: Uplink) released by Valve in early 1999 with featured content that was scrapped from the original storyline.

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Chimueloeldragon2011
Chimueloeldragon2011 Dec 3 2012, 7:25pm says:

That's great!
One suggestion, why don't you add some decals like stains, or even some graffitis all over the brick wall? As of now it looks a bit flat despite the pipes and the (machine?) there in the background.
If there's radiation you could make it look a little more like a dirty place instead of everything being so clean, or add drips here and there, or even more pipes ;) Just a few ideas.
Good work so far though!

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Hezus
Hezus Dec 4 2012, 5:10am replied:

The dome is actually a work-space, so it would never have stains or graffiti all over. The cascade only happend 48 hours ago.. The area has been sealed off from HECU or alien presence so far, so there is no-one to rough it up. The only damage was small leak in a pipe which formed a puddle of radioactive material. There are a few stains you can see that formed over the years of service, but it's fairly clean, as are most work-spaces.

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Chimueloeldragon2011
Chimueloeldragon2011 Dec 4 2012, 10:12am replied:

Ok, epic fail from me then. Just did'nt think about all that. Anyway you're right it's common sense, it's a workspace so why would there be graffitis? As I said before you're a great mapper keep it up ;)

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PFaustBC
PFaustBC Dec 3 2012, 8:16pm says:

Cool mapping!

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rocknroll237
rocknroll237 Dec 4 2012, 3:55am says:

I would make the mast longer like it is in the original shot.

I also agree with Chimueloeldragon2011. Great work. :-)

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Hezus
Hezus Dec 4 2012, 5:17am replied:

The dish is just as high as the original. But just a long mast seemed a bit dull to me, so instead I made the concrete support.

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Urby
Urby Dec 4 2012, 7:57am says:

Find an excuse to shine a spotlight through the mast for some bitchin' shadows. :P

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Torr3
Torr3 Dec 10 2012, 7:32am says:

Oh, **** :D

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ADTeam™
ADTeam™ Dec 12 2012, 4:41pm says:

Very well done, nice job!

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Screenshot from the inside of the transmitter dome. Upper left corner shows the original design from 1999.

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Dec 3rd, 2012
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