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Update Three | Rural Callamesia



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@ 9988: Thank-you very much.

@ 10000000000000: Thanks, I like it too. I'll do a tutorial on how to make it look like that soon.

@ MamaLuigi945: If you like it now, stay tuned and you should be very impressed.

@ Fox: Why, thank-you, my friend.

@ DCMetro34: Sometimes I don't either, thanks.

@ Archean: Thank you for commenting, Mikey! I'm glad you think so and I hope you follow it.

@ TigerBuilder: I strive for realism, so thank-you.

@ Brian: Thank you, I love landscaping stuff.

@ SmartByLaw: I'm not sure if I'm understanding this correctly, but don't be jealous, you can do it too!

@ K50Dude: Thanks K50!

@ EmperorDaniel: Thanks Dan! Don't die on me, I need you to follow and comment every week!

@ Hahei: Thank-you, I'm glad you enjoyed it!

@ Paulobergonci: I'm glad it is enjoyed by someone who has experience in the area, I must be doing something right!

@ Efkin: Thanks, stay tuned for that tutorial!

@ HalenByName: I will take you suggestion into consideration with these pictures.

@ 111222333444: Thanks for commenting!

@ estates to the real: Thanks!

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Update Three

This isn't really an update, I just have a mosaic for you to look at.

We're back in the 21st Century, 1976 to be exact. This is a small town just outside of Saint-Gabrielle.


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[color="#FF00FF"]Gorgeous mosaic... Love the work you've done with the flora.

Nice little homesteads scattered around the area too, very quaint.

Can't wait to see what you do next.[/color]


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That was truly a fantastic mosaic. If realism is what you're aiming for, you're spot-on. I'll be eagerly awaiting more; this is becoming one of my all-time favorite CJ's. :yes:

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Kentucky?? No, Indiana... how 'bout rural Missouri? Cannot put my finger on it. Words cannot describe how jealous of your countryside I am. You sir have won the Simtroponets [img]http://www.simtropolis.com/forum/public/style_emoticons/default/16.gif[/img]

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Amazing view, made my night. =] Foretold, "We're back in the 21st Century, 1976 to be exact." Isnt 1976 20th Century?

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