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    Absolutely gorgeous.

    Was it all gimp?



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    Thanks for the kind words everyone. Yes, Sigurd its all gimp except for the imported objects, but I normally do quite a lot of colour work on other people's objects to get them to blend with the colour schemes I'm using.

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    Here are a few of the latest changes.

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    wow... I'm just still amazed... had I waited a few more posts... I could have hit you with my +3 Rod Of Reputation ... but I wasn't paying attention to my post count...

    That water is sooo awesome!~
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    That's a very pretty map (repped). My one suggestion would be to decide on the direction of river flow and then put some of the river foam washing down the river. At the moment, the foam is just floating around the jetties and the water looks like it is still.

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    Nice work, really loving the textures on this, though as said before, the map is a bit cramped.
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