Started by Pat, March 13, 2007, 01:18:14 PM
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Quote from: zniehadajet on March 14, 2007, 08:37:39 PMhow about jeronij's ploppable rocks? maybe that could add variety?
Quote from: thundercrack83 on March 14, 2007, 09:08:45 PMThose waterfalls look great, Pat! And I love the little town that's built up around the mill. I don't know why you were worrid about "being good" at creating an MD, you're doing a fantastic job! Keep up the good work!
Quote from: Flipside on March 15, 2007, 01:14:05 AMHey, I like your stuff. You do nature scenes and terraforming really well and I like anybody who enjoys the good ol' Slaytforke mill as much as I do.
Quote from: emilin on March 15, 2007, 03:44:39 AMWow! What an improvement with the change of water! If I may make another suggestion too: you might want to use a little denser forestation along the shoreline, maybe some pines or douglas furs.This is showing great promise.
Quote from: jeronij on March 15, 2007, 06:48:07 AMHello Pat, this is a good improvement for sure As other has suggested, I would try using less dense plopable stuff on the shores, and maybe a bit more variated items Other that this, way to go ¡¡¡¡
Quote from: dedgren on March 15, 2007, 07:05:45 AMPat, my friend-As one who has dabbled a bit in ploppable water techniques myownself, I have to observe that there are no objectively "right" and "wrong" ways to do this. You need to go with what you think looks right. My take on doing PW is that, over time, you'll develop a style that will continually refine the best of what you're doing while rejecting the clunkier elements. Every time I add something new to my own PW palette, like cycledogg's boulders or sorchin's ploppables, I find myself fumbling around for a while until I get the hang.Your efforts here immediately brought to mind those of our brother member Alek (aleking) over at ST in October, 2005.That and other examples are found over at ST in a thread [linkie] started by another SC4D friend: Gary (Vandy). You'll see some other familiar faces there as well. Sadly, most of the links noted in the thread are broken, but if you have any questions, let me know- I can probably steer you in the right direction.Keep up the hard work and Good Luck!David
Quote from: bat on March 15, 2007, 10:12:13 AMLooks wonderful and great detailling!
Quote from: Fred_Ginger on March 15, 2007, 05:31:06 PMDefib training? Oh, good, I might need that one day so study hard! Your river/stream is looking a lot better - soon you'll be rivaling Jackie and David with your 'natural views'
Quote from: wouanagaine on March 16, 2007, 12:47:05 AMThe teaser looks nice. Can't wait to see more.As David said, PW is a matter of developing skills and style, and from what I see in your teaser, you're making of rapids is you''re own style
Quote from: Badsim on March 16, 2007, 01:20:29 AMWell , you have the spirit to show us there your start and progress , listening at all good advices which can be gave here ... I don't see anything I could add : less stuff on shore and more variety along the river , It has been already said ... I can just advice you to train on another map with little sections of shore/river and test many combinations instead of re-done all that you've already done ... Keep it up !
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