Sorry Sigard - couldn't resist!
Just playing around with some layers and the October Challenge.
I think this is going to be stiff competition. There is a lot you can actually do with this.
You must stick to the fundamental plan as far as possible and the layout must be recognizable in your entry.
This is a very initial looksee:
### Latest WIP ###
Last edited by RobA; 10-06-2008 at 11:27 AM. Reason: Added the wip tag
I like the initial looksee... I do not like Mr Bean wearing one of your building forms as his skivvies.
Something witty and pithy
@Ravs - That is wrong in so many ways...funny as hell...but wrong, very wrong!
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Just shows, the reasons people get into mapping are widely varied. Ravs you're sick baby. I mean that in the nicest possible way.
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Guess that building has to sell y-fronts now
Yes, that's what happens when you don't put in a WIP tag ! It takes the last image on the thread... thought Id leave it in there as its particularly funny. See the thumbs sticky on the what, why, and how of the WIP tag.
I fixed the WIP tag in the post for you.
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