Tyberius06: Thank you!
JP Schriefer: Thanks!
Krasner: That's good to hear.
raynev1: These highlights would happened with or without the existence of the Trixies. I guess it is just good timing.
will62russ: Ha ha!
TekindusT: Thank you!
rathefalcon: For a while SC4 was my playpark.
mike_oxlong: But there is more, the real highlights (entries 111 to 154) are from 2016 and that's where most of the really good stuff is.
kschmidt: Thanks for your comment!
Moses Zal: It isn't a mod. There are diagonal and FAR buildings available on the STEX.
Akallan: Thank you! The next set of highlights contains many more pictures from that river- the River Faver.
Takingyouthere: I think what worked well was that I cranked the NYBT W2W up to 11.
_Michael: The end of this CJ is going to happen sometime in the Easter Holidays.
Ernestmaxis: My CJ finale will have a very large montage video to wrap everything up.
sejr99999: My plugins folder used to be pushing 8.5GB, I also became so familiar with where everything was that I could remember dozens of different patterns and configurations for fillers and lots.
Abrams124: Cheers! The trick is that I keep things rather uniform- especially for the fields. I managed to find about a few dozen aesthetically-pleasing MMP field configurations.
Highlights from Entries 111 to 120
This is a monster entry with 85 pictures in total, but it does contain some of the best rural scenery I ever created with SC4. If you want to find links and captions then I suggest you start with the actual 112th entry which is Threlkeld and go through the entries until you get to the 119th one. There are links to all sorts in those entries.
Anyway, I'm sorry this entry is a bit late. This is because I had two consecutive lesson observations: one last Friday in the afternoon and one today (Monday) in the morning. Also I am keeping the captioning to a minimum- 85 pictures is a lot to caption.
NOTE: Fixed the image embedding issue- thank you matias93 for providing the solution.
My favourite stretch of rural road.
I don't know why but I feel this is the best SC4 rural picture I ever produced. Maybe because it reminds me of the Lake District a bit with the lakes and forests there...
And back to Annuq.
And the final highlighted picture from Annuq.
The next set of highlights are the diametric opposite of this entry- urban scenes from the city tile of Garforth.