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    @RR - Thanks...

    @RobA - Forgot about that one, though I did consider using it at one point.

    GP - I'll try those steps tomorrow if I get a chance. I had given the whole snake-skin floor some thought, but I thought it might be to busy. Always worth a try though.

    Haven't had a whole lot of luck with the snake skin textures, at least not ones I thought could be used as a floor tile. I did use some for the blankets & pillows in the priests quarters. Looks like more Googling for me tomorrow.
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    I know this is coming from a "noob" but I must say that I like the temple.

    One critique though, and I am sure it would have been caught before the final touch, but if the stairs leading to the dais are going up the shadows seem to be the wrong way. They give the impression that they go down.

    Like Ascension said, a damn site better than I have ever done Ignore comment if desired

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    @Korash - Thanks for the comments - the shadows are a bit goofy, gonna try and get them fixed soon. Gamerprinter was kind enough to play around with the image I used to make the stairs, I'll try his version and post it up against the first one and see how it goes.
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    OK, so here's an update...

    1) Replaced the original 'snake neck' stairs with GP's modified one and adjusted the colors, etc. some. I think it looks much better.

    2) Fixed the floor so that the tiles lined up. I did try some 'snake scale' textures but felt that they were to 'busy'

    3) Other minor tweaks, adjustments, etc.
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    Interesting effect on the sand.
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    That's actually a Genetica texture. I needed something for a background that was somewhat 'muted', and that seemed to work well.
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