Awesome amount of detail all through your main street and temple. I imagine all the parts for the later were for making the sloped walls?` Anyway, great start and I look forward to more.
Ha - I assure you...I am not poisoning my park guestsThe things spraying fog on the restroom wall remind me of something that's not Star Wars but is appropriate for a swamp. They remind me of the mosquito control trucks that patrol the streets were I live every night from March to October, blowing poisonous fog. They say breathing this fog is less likely to kill you than all the tropical diseases carried by les maringouins .
That was actually Lake Martin near Lafayette, LA, not far off Bayou Teche on the edge of the Atchafalaya basin. I actually life about 100 miles from there, that was just my most-recent kayak trip.Got it....I'm in SW Florida right outside the Glades as well. We had a FL panther that has been frequenting our neighborhood the past few weeks.
I have no clue - I'm just capturing using Windows Snipping tool.Great combination of scenery.
What settings are these pictures taken on? I was wondering if there's any chance for you if you can take your screenshots in higher graphics? You can just turn the graphics down when building/playing again. I shoot my screens in 4k with ultra settings but build/play on medium settings with 1080p and i record video in 1440p with high settings. But don't know if it's possible at all ofcourse, because i don't know you computer speccs. Just wondering if you ever thought about it this way.
Updated Name and sign. I know it doesn't sound to appetizing, but it is an authentic Dagobah creature from the extended SW universe.You've accurately captured the lushness of a tropical hellhole during its pretty spring period . Where I live, the wysteria is currently blooming just as surrounding your taco/chicken food court.
However, you might want to rename that area. I know you're talking about the planet Dagoba but "Dago" is considered by some to be an ethnic slur these days. This is especially brought to mind by the definitely ethnic "Mex" in the same name afterwards. But OTOH, you can argue there's a restaurant with an unashamedly similar name in Natchez, MS, which is quite good