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Not even close Thanks for the compliment though
Nice pic lol, Thanks
Thanks, yeah I think the cloud went of a little to strong. Should've toned down the contrast on that cloud layer
Yeah, it's an almost 2 year old CJ that I've owned, but hadn't updated very often Thanks though, here's some more of Gurivia!
Yeah, I was just in a bit of a rush and wasn't really up to adding descriptions this time around. Thanks though
I thought you'd love it
Thanks a lot Schulmanator
Umm? I'm confused at the comment (used google translate and said "Very Chinese Flavor? )
Thanks a lot
Good to see it was a nice surprise Thank Will.
Thanks, it's been a while since I made an Arabian style city
I know that Arabic script is written from right to left Though I couldn't find a decent enough Arabic type writer/ converter and the one you provided certainly helped! Thanks a lot
Welcome again to the Gurivian Emirates, a conglomerate of [Neridean] Emirates with climates varying from the very cold and temperate to the radically hot and dry. In one of Gurivia's southern-most Emirates is the region known as 'Al-Mohiba' or 'The Majestic [south]' (المهيبة ). It's one of the country's poorest regions with a regional poverty rate standing at over 21%. Unfortunately, the regional government authorities managing the emirate has suffered heavily following the power struggle and democratic movement crisis that the country endured through 3 years of continuous struggle and civil war. Now with a seemingly stable 'democracy' instated, the poor emirate of Al-Mohiba is prepping for changes to create a more upscale image in the international community and bring about tourism and commercialism to the impoverished kingdom.
As the money brought about by the spoils of oil flood the nation, Al-Mohiba's shares of oil reserves in its own swath of territory has regional governments scrambling for the planning tables to get the region moving again. In one of Al-Mohiba's major cities, Dalhen (دلحين), change is still moving at a snail's pace, with an airport still needing upgrades and grass pasturing and an entire city and its residents to employ, refurbish and construct ever upwards.
Near Dahlen's still inadequate international airport, a railway line lined with slum housing and various mosques paint the picture of a city in need of attention. With the construction process beginning to take shape, these areas will soon be the picture of gleaming city hotels and commercial hotspots, pushing the poor away into other parts of the city. Though with plans to build and generate more jobs within Dalhen, the poor and unemployed may be able to soon find themselves in a better situation. Hopefully and as long as all goes according to plan. Without another government collapse to dictatorial rule and martial law to stand in the way of development.
Thanks for viewing.
(Sorry for the lack of pics, just a mosaic today)