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    Darlington, UK
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    Story writing, sudoku, logic puzzles, skateboarding and Cities Skylines.

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  1. Cool stuff, you know how to rock Maxis terrain and make it work well with flora and MMPs!
  2. Incredible pictures matias93! It's amazing how arid and remote those mountains around Atacama look! Also good job with that curving SC4 railway!
  3. Yes, I'm using the full SPAM mod and using all of the SPAM add-ons created by Paeng.
  4. Very good, you got the details and the large industrial buildings. Now all you need to do is complete the surrounding areas to complete your projects and detailed scenes.
  5. Too much contrast... Too much constrast... Too much contrast... But the layout of your city looks good.
  6. Replies: _Michael: Glad you liked it all! The MMPs make that possible- transitioning from heavy industry to rural fields. Silur: Cheers! tariely: raynev1: In these entries I explain some of my methods- including how I create the MMP fields. mike_oxlong: Thank you! As for these entries I will be posting them on Tuesdays and Fridays, regardless of whether or not they are on Simtropolis' featured page. feyss: I needed to create several mosaics per entry just to capture the size of the fields and where everything is. metarvo: Random oil wells are always nice! JP Schriefer: Thank you! sejr99999: korver: Thanks! {---} Part 4 of the finale: Skeeby Skeeby is a village just north of Grasmere, it is small and surrounded by fields. If you like MMP fields then this is the entry for you! {---} 1. The village of Skeeby. 2. The fields southwest of Skeeby. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. The longest mosaic for this entry. 10. The south of Skeeby. 11. These 7x7 low density residential buildings are part of c.p.'s Victorian Homes- http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=3498. 12. 13. 14. Mixing SPAM roads with FrankU's Dutch fields: http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/26080-simpeg-agricultural-mod-spam/ and http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=3068. 15. 16. 17. 18. My MMP corn field. 19. I mixed grass from Chrisadams3997's pasture flora MMPs with that of girafe's narcissus MMPs- in that order. 20. These particular fields (vanilla Maxis fields) can be plopped when downloading this BSC LEX farm set- http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=936. Either that or its in one of the dependencies to make this farm set work. 21. 22. Moving southwest from Skeeby. 23. 24. This MMP field was created by first laying down clover from Chrisadams3997's pasture flora MMPs and then adding girafe's narcissus MMPs. 25. 26. And this field was created by first using the grass from Chrisadams3997's pasture flora MMPs and then adding brown dirt found in ionionion's OMCo Filling Gravel- http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/25709-omco-filling-gravel/. 27. 28. 29. And that wraps up the tour of Skeeby! {---} This Friday the tour moves to the very centre of Grasmere and that is a big entry.
  7. Nice! The flex-fly picture and the hilly residential picture were great to look at!
  8. Nice pictures. You did a good job with that diagonal avenue.
  9. I really like the Nurek Dam because you made it entirely out of MMPs upon the terrain!
  10. It's about time there was some utility love in this forum. If you have a power facility, water facility or garbage facility then this is the topic to post it in! I shall start with a small recycling centre in the middle of some rural suburbs. Another one would be the hydroelectric dam I created in Faverdale.
  11. Use of NWM to smoothly connect Bipin's grungy roads.
  12. MMP fields. A very large MMP field followed by the classic SC4 farming texture.
  13. Some pictures from Grasmere Industrial Estate.
  14. One more rail siding... A mosaic showing a large portion of the railroad running through Grasmere's Industrial Estate.
  15. Railway spurs. Another grungy road...