The envisionment of TK is to bring you what was promised by GSC for STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl, instead of the gutted retail release we were left with. TK aims to cover every aspect imaginable from gameplay intended to genuinely scare the player, to texture replacements / enhancements for the absolute best visual experience, cut mutants, absolute realism, optimisations, stability, and a complete game mechanics overhaul - all without breaking the story. I want to deliver a mod which anyone who plays it will have their breath literally taken away by its sheer quality, attention to detail, and being the only mod players may well have to keep a spare pair of pants handy!

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[TZP]LoNer1 May 28 2013, 1:46pm says:

If only the sky didn't look so blurry :( but that's the fault of xray :/

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ketxxx May 28 2013, 1:59pm says:

Pretty much, the skycube is a 1k texture so its reasonable. I would make my own skycubes but I can't find a decent resource on how to make them properly. Simply borrowing some from weather mods isn't a option either as the people who made those didn't take into account texture compression issues, as such horrible colour artefacting is visible on the skycubes :(

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[TZP]LoNer1 May 28 2013, 2:16pm replied:

Indeed, I tried to do it myself... resulted in a cube around the world lol. I do have some 4k x 3k skyboxes, so if you know how to make good use of em?

(I had a dutch guy create some for PPx, which then got cancelled so yeah, no use)

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ketxxx May 28 2013, 2:24pm replied:

Sure I'll definitely take a look at them and make use of any that will fit in :D

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While snapping the sunset shots I figured I would also take a couple quick shots to see how photographic things could look.

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