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CraCkeR JaCk

Cxl_screenshot_kensington Bay_11

massive earthquake and mudslide

Cxl_screenshot_kensington Bay_11
CraCkeR JaCk, Aug 12, 2015
wildmusicista, Inan, royb 98 and 2 others like this.
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      Excellent work with no collision!
      But now I have several questions :D
    • CraCkeR JaCk
    • kipate
      @CraCkeR JaCk I guess the one serious question
      was how exactly you achieved the different levels of height and rotation within that really small area. I know several tricks, but I am not sure whether they work...

      All other question would not be meant serious...
      What the hell is going on in your head that your citizens
      must live almost upside down in those huts :p
    • Rating:
      Whaaaat?? How did you do that??

      Is that a result of an earthquake or landslide?

      Anyhow, excellent work!!
    • Rating:
      What the .. xD I don't know how you do this but i like that :D
    • CraCkeR JaCk
      @kipate I just make small paths at various heights then place a few wall pack columns next to them, erase path, than put a border around the area, and use aitortilla01
      Jakarta Pack Texture.
      Clemech4 and kipate like this.
    • kipate
      @CraCkeR JaCk thanks for the information!!!
      To be honest, I haven't used the Jakarta Pack so far,
      probably I should do it...
    • CraCkeR JaCk
      kipate likes this.
    • Rating:
      What a creative idea! Very good work with that slum plaza! :)
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