Simsamerica: Thanks for the comment. I replied to you in advance...
Wacky32: Thanks for the comment.
No comments. Really guys?
DCMetro34: Thanks for the comment, I am glad you liked it!
sepen20: Thanks for the comment. My computer is really bad (but I am getting a new one soon! Yahoo!) so unfortunatley I can not turn up my graphics anymore than I have. The overlay textures are a different problem I think though, but I can't confirm that (see in CSGforums, CoastRunner's reply, that might answer your question).
Mithrik: Thanks for the comment; I am a little confused though, what do you mean by "the hills need to be touched up?" because it sounds a little vague to me. Sorry to hassle you around!
wwetom1: Thanks for the comment, I am glad you liked it!
ComputerGuy: Thanks for the comment. I did not put the ugly tram in, I use the people's tax money wisely
CanyonJumper: Thanks for the comment. Remember my name next time (everybody is messing that up...!)
CoastRunner: Thanks for the comment, I am glad you liked the transfer station. Long story: I installed a car lot mod/dependency, and then all of my props and overlay textures dissapeared! Then I uninstalled it (I think) and they are still not there. So yes, they are ugly because they are missing. I am working on fixing that though because it bugs me senseless as well. I can't confirm that's the problem but I am working on it!
Heading East a little bit to the other side of town. The other side of town is much newer and much different. All of the homes are built of stucco here:
The nightlife here is popular. Shops remain open a bit later here compared to other places in the world.
The lights from one of La Brea's new contemporary churches brighten the spirits of the world (literately and figuratively!)
Here is La Brea Avenue and Saturday Avenue (Saturday Avenue was at one point the RHW from the last entry). There is a big transit center here for the New Chandler Metro.
The Miracle Mile is a road lined with beautiful new skyscraper apartments and shops, a nice contrast to the rest of this area of town.
A picture of the out-of-place Dubai Towers (these were not plopped!)
Although it may look like a nice summer night in La Brea, the rain is just coming down.
(I am still working on those rain affects to make it to my liking)
Next entry. A very belated region map of New Chandler