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Hello from Manchester England!
black fog and a little ambient light so the structures are still visable slightly would work better, this should be a place where a torch is a requirement.
i think the fog shpuld be jet black, it only makes sence for it to be grey if something is lighting it up, this looks very very unnatural. should be a dark place where you can only see places that are lit up, fog does not vreate its own light :P
wow , looks realy nice, only thing i dont like are some the guns, they look too much like modern day weapons.
wow looks awsome, im gonan have to try this!
about 550 extrior cells to explore, still some touching up to be done and a few towns to finish, very close to finishing exteriors now, taking longer than expected so made current version available for DL because of delay.
Old map screenshot, well not that old but im working fast now :P
Looking South from home of light region
View from the top of Harsh outlands main daedric tower Looking East, Ebonheart visable at end of river =)
Harsh outlands main Daedric Tower and fortifications
Some of harsh outlands on the left and Montalaar on the right, Home of light visable in the background
where ebonheart meets drizel region
decided to expand my land all the way to Ebonheart :P, needed more veriety and more of a merging up with the original mainland =)
as you can see there will be plenty to explore =) i may stretch the land south, southeast with a a greener theme merging with bitter coast and creating a longer river between the mainland and my landmass but that it all depends on how long it takes me to finish up the rest of the exterior. the whole south west chunk of land is still just raised land atm.
the only thing stopping me from trying this is the greenery, if its suposed to be realistic why are there so many healthy trees in a wasteland? humans and animals get mutated beyond recognition from readiation and yet trees are still healthy? sorry but it makes no sense. if this did not add greenery i would try it but the trees look to out of place on the screens and they stand out like a sore thumb, it would ruin the atmosphere for me i think.
damn sorry, cant upload anything uncompressed, MODDB wont allow it =(
if you have win RAR then you can open it with that and just drag and drop it to the morrowind/data files directory, with my vista simply choosing extract brings up an error with all zipped files but drag and drop seems to work fine.
thx =D it makes me realy happy to hear that someone might develop it further and i am glad you are happy with it too =)
looks good, i have taken a look at the single player mode but no servers are showing on the internet list, do i need to dissable firewall or summat?
just double click it and win RAR should open it, extract or drag drop the westwind esm to the morrowind/data files directory
is this dead? been a long time and still not even a single screenshot or link... or reply to other comments...
i thauht this was pretty good but for a years work i expected the landscaping not to look so unnatural, still, looks are not everything :)
YAY! this looks fantastic i love sim city =) this is one i will be downloading for sure
Looks nice! i just started a new game with lots of mods and my own little chest with lots of septims lol, gonan download this and buy that house! thanks for upload :)
wow that is a big city! i hope im not dead by the time this is released xD
wow screenshots look realy nice... its what i was hoping oblivion was going to look like from the start, im gonan keep my eye on this one =)
seriously.. very very nice landscape
very nice! still looking forward to more maps for the morrowind TR more atm though. i dont think i can handle the exitememnt of them both :P and i dont think i have the lifespan to play em both... just kiddin xD
yay! hl1 mods ftw =)
could someone check out my Westwind mod for morrowind and authorise it plz ? =)
screenshots here are with MGE (morrowind graphics extender) so unless you are running that aswell it will not look as pretty as this ;)