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  1. Norwalk is a small town no more...

    So pretty! The sprawling farms are really nice to look at :D If I had to find one thing to criticize it'd be that I would have used the elevated railway instead of raising the terrain near the station but you still made it look nice, so it's more nitpicking on my part than real criticism ;)
  2. Update 34: Holiday Travel 2014

    So green! I love the countryside and the shot of the motorway under construction. :)
  3. III ・ Life - Down to Earth

    Easily one of the best CJs on there! Your mosaics (esp. the one in the last update) are really impressive. :)
  4. Week 8: 2/20/12-2/26/12

    Thank you! I still don't think I deserve to be up there though haha, all those pictures are just amazing.
  5. Novaya Tulsk - A bit of exploration

    Thanks for all the comments Urielgarcia and K50dude : I'm so sorry but I found the city hall and the bridge deep in the Japanese BAT thread in the Simtropolis forums. I don't have the links but they are in there, you're gonna have to dig deep As for the "building with the courtyard in the middle" its actually a series of Bats called "MS Jubiler" and it's on the STEX
  6. Novaya Tulsk - A bit of exploration

    Ggamgus : Thanks! We'll get those spies someday! Elavery : Haha I actually messed up the NAM settings when I first installed it, so very very few cars were showing up. I also have a habit of taking pictures with the game paused so that wasn't halping either. But I reinstalled the NAM so it's working fine now, you can expect to see some Moscow-style traffic on the next updates! Thanks for the comment 10000000000000 : Thank you kakado_to_save : And long live you sir! testuser1234 : Thanks! hahei : Thanks a lot. I'll be putting music with every update from now on art128: Thanks for the comment! I actually increase the darkness on Photoshop, I don't find the in-game night (even with the Darknite mod) gloomy enough. pooky969 : It's actually the "Warsaw Main Railway Station" that you can find on the STEX. I did some custom lotting and I added the Metro signage on photoshop though.
  7. Bandar Sabah: Entire Overview in One Mosaic

    The most beautiful mosaic I have ever seen. Seriously.
  8. St Malin Archipelago (Malmön)

    Wow! The detail is absolutely incredible. Congratulations on being a great mayor
  9. Lagouira Mosaic

    So so cool, the beach looks great and I love the sports complex (or is it a school?) towards the bottom of the picture.
  10. I love it. You put so much effort into each picture, it's amazing!
  11. Port Sinclair Monorail - Central Line

    Really cool concept! Although yes, a millipede is kind of a creepy logo haha.
  12. Novaya Tulsk - A bit of exploration

    - The music accompanying this update is curtesy of those greedy capitalist pigs from the London Symphony Orchestra. - Welcome comrades! You just got off a Sapsan train after an exhausting journey from Vladivostok into the Thulakian Socialist Republic. You are tired but happy to be back in Novaya Tulsk, the mighty capital of the Thulakian S.R. where people are freer than anywhere else on the planet! Right as you step outside the station you notice the smiling faces of the proletarians warmly welcoming you! Before you further explore the city, please bow in front of the statue of Our Dear Leader (mandatory). Novaya Tulsk's main railway station is gigantic, being the end of the line for many national and international lines, and a massive underground transit hub where 600 000 people commute daily on the 4 metro lines stopping at the station. Behind the station is the City Hall. That's where I'm writing you propaganda these updates from! Contrary to many government offices in capitalist countries that only are open between 3h25pm and 4h36pm on even-numbered weeks, the Novaya Tulsk City Hall is open 24/7. There you'll find the grievance committee where the citizens that have something to say about the way the city is managed will receive quick and efficient help along with a free trip to one of the many luxurious People's Corrective Labor Camps of our Republic. "Gulag"? More like "Fun-lag"! Okay, moving on. La Violette Avenue is a prime example of Soviet architecture. Built in 1964, it replaced an entire neighborhood of old, unsanitary and small houses on narrow and dark streets (some "intellectuals" will tell you they were "heritage," don't listen to them!). Nowadays workers can enjoy spacious, modern and comfy apartments (and the army can send tanks in case of a capitalist treachery, that's nice too.) Line 7 of the Metro goes under the avenue between the stations Dubrovka and Moskvaskaya. It's not covered so that the riders can enjoy the sunlight! (and also because it gets kind of expensive if we have to cover everything) But the best way to experience Novaya Tulsk is at night. The Statue of the Motherland, the city's emblem is continually lit up, even during the mysterious power outages that happen in some neighborhoods (probably another capitalist conspiracy!) The railroad tracks slip under the city as they approach the station's platforms. The Tulsk Arena is the largest indoor arena of the Republic, with 25 000 seats. It is located at the heart of "Blok 25," one of the many high-rise residential areas of the city. Blok 52, a more modern residential neighborhood. Bridges over the Tulsk River. From top to bottom, Akademiya bridge ; a railroad line mainly used by freight ; and line 3 (Lyublinskaya) of the Metro between the "Thulakaya" (Thoulakaïa) and "Motherland" (Mère Patrie) stations. - I hope you liked it ! Please don't forget to leave a comment, and as always, advice is welcome See you soon in Novaya Tulsk ! -
  13. Sayanogorsk

    [quote name='Evillions' timestamp='1328572158'] Guess the town admires Vladimir Lenin. :PAnyways, nice post-USSR town! [/quote] Haha, Lenin is the local version of Santa Claus if you will Thanks for the comment! [quote name='kakado_to_save' timestamp='1328616669'] that is one of the best communist style cities.... ever! [/quote] Wow, I don't think I deserve such compliment Thanks! [quote name='vivapanda' timestamp='1328631733'] That's one great city! How funny that they speak French and Russian. [/quote] Thanks! The people actually only speak Russian, it's just that the original CJ is published on Simland which is a French SC4 community and a micro-nation, that's why the images have some French stuff on them (I'm too lazy to translate that into English ) sucram17, Simarco, Gugu3, spursrule14, TS_Venture : Thank you all for your comments!
  14. Pine Hill Park

    The detail is breathtaking. I'm definitely going to learn a lot about making nature scenes in SC4 from your CJ!
  15. Novaya Tulsk | The Harbor

    [quote name='TekindusT' timestamp='1329514344'] Wow, it look great! I think I'm going to have an eye placed on this CJ, fantastic job so far! [/quote] Thanks! I'm glad that you like it [quote name='blunder' timestamp='1329520447'] I love your big industries in your seaport area. What is the large pointed skyscraper in your first night pic and the mosaic immediately after it? [/quote] Thanks for the nice comment! It's actually called "Okhta Center" (or something along those lines, the file definitely has Okhta in the name though), you can find it on the STEX and it's actually a projected skyscraper in St. Petersburg, Russia [quote name='TS_Venture' timestamp='1329537789'] Wow. I love the port area, it looks amazing. Actually, it's perfect. [/quote] Thank you! [quote name='MamaLuigi945' timestamp='1329538012'] Bravo, bravo! [/quote] Thanks! [quote name='evanm1487' timestamp='1329545424'] great work making every picture equally great comrade [/quote] Thank you for your support comrade! [img]http://i32.servimg.com/u/f32/14/32/14/64/thoula10.gif[/img] -------------------------------- By the way, I seem to be having a problem with the resized images not being centered. I've seen other CJs where they are properly aligned but the BBCode doesn't seem to work with me. Anyone knows why?