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UBCS_Recruit_Muffin Jul 20 2013 says:

That looks real nice.

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KEEP_IT_UP! Jul 21 2013 says:

great props again, but i would rework the lighting a bit, the overall lighting is good, but it just doesn't look like the windows are the source. i am just saying that, because i KNOW you can do better! :D

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CuervoSp Jul 21 2013 says:

Really good work, I agree with "KEEP_IT_UP!", the lighting looks a bit strange, but the rest looks amazing.

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Nicoreda Jul 23 2013 says:

Could try a lighting like that Img98.xooimage.com

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KEEP_IT_UP! Jul 25 2013 replied:

i wouldn't change the main lighting sources because i think the scene works really well already. what i actually ment was just a bit more polishing in terms of lightsources and shadows (projected stuff) ;) maybe some godrays too.

rough 5 minutes overpaint ->

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Oskutin Jul 25 2013 replied:

Told yucca already to change the lighting origin from the window model and to change the color. He will propably do that when he comes to holiday from the army.

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KEEP_IT_UP! Jul 30 2013 replied:

great to hear that! :)

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Abandoned pump station built in the 1920's, equipment modernized in the 70's.

Jul 30th, 2013
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