Welcome back to
Fox: Love the photoshopped in weather.. amazing talent.
Thanks Fox, glad you think so.
Mithrik: Incredible job with the rain effects, great job!
10000000000000: I can say one thing with complete confidence here: EPIC. Love the "Better tell the people in the boats the get out of the pond..." pic
Sweet, I'm glad you really liked it.
ggamgus: Amazun... I shot myself to distract you... *BANG!* (*bullet hits the tree 200 ft away*)
Thanks ggamgus *Bullet causes tree stump to crack and fall on Militant's head; concussion*
Schulmanator: SWEET! Well done!!!
hammysonata: Oh cool!! Love the lightening picture!
Glad you liked it. Thanks.
Hazani Pratama: Very Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!
Jacob Guajardo: Wow such great work it looks so real
Cool, thanks Jake.
SimCoug: Nice photo editing! Every time I try to do something in Photoshop I feel overwhelmed by all the tools and options. Have you tried the DAMN menu? It is a lifesaver, especially on my Parks menu. There is a great tutorial over at SimPeg if you are interested.
Once you know how to do a few things in Photoshop it opens up. It's all about layers. Can't seem to get my head around the DAMN menu, but thanks for showing that to me. I'll PM you when I feel like taking another crack at it, right now I'm okay with my formula, slow as it may be.
sucram17:great weather pics. enjoyed it.
dubaidude303: Speechless.... Amazing weather pics!. Very nice indeed dude
Hey dude, Thanks. September always seems to have a temper.
mattbuildsbuildings1234: awesome road/rail system especially around the roundabout, awesome job!
Thanks, glad you appreciated it.
Mastof: Great Work Militant, Love the photo editing.
Thanks Mastof, figured I'd try my hand at some rain, seen other do it before, so it was my turn.
mrblisterdunde: This stuff is why Sim City 4 is still a new game after eight years. To think of how far it's come.
My sentiments exactly. Great comment, thanks.
evanm1487: all you did was copy and paste images from google, shame on you! just kidding, that's some great editing.
Damn, you caught me! Thanks.
BayernMunich: Great BAT mix, love it!
newyorka: How did you get the times square like buildings in this picture?
At least 90% of the buildings in the pic you showed me were from the ST/Exchange, look up nofunk and Jasoncw.
magalenin: Simply E-P-I-C!
Over the past decade, male modeling has had a shadow cast over it by one man and five syllables: Der - ek - zoo - lan - der
Without further ado I give you: the Derek Zoolander Center for Kids who Can't Read Good, And Wanna Learn to do Other Good Stuff Too.
At the top of this mosaic you can see Ionica's newest and most advanced medical research facility.
The Dina Cliente is part of Poseidon Cruise's newest fleet of cruise ships. It is rumored that Jimmy James, philanthropist billionaire and owner of Poseidon cruises, is building a massive cruise ship to live on.
At the bottom of this pic you can see the waterfront park where you can find Café Matin, one of the most popular breakfast joints in the whole zone. You will usually be met by a massive lineup when you get there, but it is worth the wait. No reservations, take a number, go walk in the park while you wait.
Tonight the Kobe Wing Stadium is quiet, but it will be roaring with cheers tomorrow as the Zoolander F.C. continue to fight for a spot in the championship.
Nights tend to get cold in September, but not cold enough to deter the cruise ship passengers from stepping out on deck and taking a deep breath of that crisp, cool, September air.
Enjoy the warm weather and green trees while it lasts.
Thanks for stopping by.