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f0rqu3 Apr 18 2009 says:

it looks cool :D

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letteralex Apr 18 2009 says:

Very nice texture improvements! :=)

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Ilsamir_Lord Apr 18 2009 replied:

Thank you, letteralex, and keep up those comments! It is mainly down to your advice that I've fixed a lot of this stuff :D

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chris_sloany Apr 18 2009 says:

omg!! this looks alot better for the wall textures!! great choice!! u should definelty sart going with that!

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Ilsamir_Lord Apr 18 2009 says:

Thanks, chris and f0rqu3 :). I'm particularly pleased with this texture, because I had to use/learn a few skills to get it working properly - I constructed it from several parts of a photograph, and then had to re-touch it so that it would tile. Those are things I haven't really done before, so I'm glad to be learning while I bring my world a little closer to life.

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Bird_of_Prey Apr 18 2009 says:

Much improved. Keep it up!

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This newer iteration of the texture for basic buildings possibly takes the style a bit too far in the other direction, but it does make the scene look a bit more interesting.

The curb has also been modified, both in its texture and in its shape, though only the former is visible here. The cobblestones on the road and foot-path are yet to be finalised.

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