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Western La Brea

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I have got a lot of feedback from my last entry. Thanks to everyone who commented. It really helps having a lot of critique on my first post! Here are my the replies.
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Jayman8464 (page one): Thanks for the comment; I sure hope your feeling is right!
simcityguru: Thanks for the comment! I will try to add a few more empty gates in the future (I was just at JFK, I was used to crowded airports, guess this is a little "too" crowded. Understandable).
tkuelker: Thanks for the compliment, I love airports too. I don't like building them though, they can get a little bit tedious when they are this big. Those sculptures you are referring too can be found on Simtropolis: http://www.simtropolis.com/stex/details.cfm?id=3218
sepen20: Thanks for stopping by. I do not play Minions by the way.
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cmdp123789: Thanks for the comment. I do like palm trees a lot (where I live in Portland, Oregon, I don't see them too often!) I am glad you will be following New Chandler!
gio10469: Thanks for the comment. Yeah, that might be a few too many palm trees. Thanks for the advice, you won't see them so dense in the future.
wwetom1: Thanks for the comment... As said, there is probably too many. I don't think they are supposed to be sticking through the terminal...!
Archean: Thanks for the comment. I am glad you liked my idea of introducing the airport first (after all, it would likely be the first thing seen anyway).
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Wacky32 (first comment): Thanks for the compliment! Glad you liked it.
Blakesterville: Thanks for the compliment! I am so pleased I stand out so much to you!
Wacky32 (second comment): Thanks for the second compliment. You're a really good fortune teller too :P just kidding.
Mayorm: Thanks for the comment. I am glad it looks so nicely organized through your eyes. I will consider joining the UAR, however, I am still looking at the AIN and SCJU as well. I have some time to think about it, we will see! :)
 
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Greckman: Thanks for the comment (by the way, I am not Baketay, I am still K50 Dude :P) I am glad you liked the sculptures and the terminal F.
CSGDesign: Thanks for the comment; glad you liked it!
CoastRunner: Thanks for the comment, I am glad you can feel the tropics!
ComputerGuy: Thanks for the comment. You won't soon though, because I am releasing a short story journal on two of my five forums next month, so I will beat you :P 
Jdenm8: Thanks for the comment, glad you liked it!
 
On my first entry, I received 17 comments. Thank you so much, a lot of you had great feedback for me! Hopefully I will get some more of that in this entry, where we travel a little south of Transcendenta....
 
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A typical shot in La Brea's West side includes a lot of old-fashioned apartments...
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...and some high-tech industry.
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Western La Brea has a tramway that runs about three miles down the avenues to a large subway hub downtown (the downtown isn't good enough to be shown yet, there is still a lot of open space). Here you can see the tramway clearly snake through La Brea Community College.
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Farther south, you see a lot of new homes made out of stucco. These replace older ones out of other materials.
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Albert Park, a park which consumes a whole city tile (19x19) in La Brea. The mangrove population here is pretty big (sorry about the ones completely submerged... 3.gif)
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An elevated subway line snakes through the Foothills District of Western La Brea.
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Some nice condos in the Foothills District. These are relatively new and very energy-efficient, especially compared to the apartments around them.
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Finally, I leave you with Signal Butte Stadium.
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In the next entry, we are going to stay here in La Brea, however, go to the East side instead.... :)
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Looks good, you have a very interesting blend of buidings, but they all fit well with each other! I'm looking forward to seeing more!

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Whoa, man! I've already arrived from my vacation and seen your new CJ here... As far as I've seen, your airport is coming along very nicely, although I would have worked more the land markings and this kind of things. This update is really nice and it demonstrates that you've improved a ton since your first update on the (formerly called) Cultan Colony. You've improved in all gameplay aspects, and I think the same as CTMandR, everything seems quite "worked".

Keep it up!

 

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Got no word for your airport, man. I just come here to see and discover this.

No doubt that this will rank REALLY well.

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