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Shallow Waters (21 Slides)

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Industrials and Working Class Residentials...

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* As usual, there is fighting on the parking lot behind the pool bar...

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Island Retreats...

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Small Resort...

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Camping Grounds around Old West Museum Park...

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Nighttime...

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And a big fat Thank You! for the Trixies... 17.gif


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Uh, I think you shouldn't post as many real life pictures..... wait, this is simcity?

Nothing short of incredible, great work! 

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amazing, brilliant, perfect... what else to say? ah... congrats on the trixie!
man, this is absolutly astounishing. did you really plop all the PEG pond pieces? and where do you get your inspiration from? hats off!!

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Thanks for your comments :-))

@k50dude: Just can't stop smuggling in those postcards... ;o))

@tigeria: Well, I hope I'll not be 'maxed out' for a long time yet...:-)

@hijodecordoba: Yeah, inspiration - most needed... I got lots of memories stored from my travels... and of course a beautiful BAT or Mod will get my juices flowing, too...:-))

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Fantastic work, it looks so natural, you've really paid attention to detail! Especially the pictures of the camping grounds were...

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simply amazing. How were you able to get the boat houses to work with the PPonds ploppable water? I couldn't figure it out and had to settle on the mayor mode tahoe water as it easily spreads under them, giving the appearance of water inside the building. Congrats on the trixie as well.

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@thadividedsky: I'd like to invite you over to visit my development thread where I put up a brief tutorial on this and related 'tricks'... ;-)

http://www.simpeg.com/forum/index.php?topic=9086.0

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