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Discussion in 'Modding Help Quarter' started by Ammar Shaker, Oct 14, 2014.

  1. Ammar Shaker

    Ammar Shaker Skilled Worker

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    it doesn't look so nice, should i continue ? :D

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  2. Le Cat

    Le Cat Guest

    It is a good beginning.
    I'm no expert, but I think that with some work it will become a nice addition to the game.
    If you are stuck on a problem, just ask. Modders help each others on XLN since 2011 ! ^^
     
  3. Mr.X²

    Mr.X² Moderator

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    yep, you should, definitively
    its a great feeling to finish a building and finally see it ingame
    and even if you think it doesent look so nice, im sure you will improve with your next project and it will look even better :)
    btw i think this is a great start (y)
    we need more ppl start modding to enhance the game experience :D
     
  4. Ammar Shaker

    Ammar Shaker Skilled Worker

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    thank you gentlemen, i'll keep working on them :D
     
  5. nicko2u

    nicko2u Governor

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    yep looks fine, smallish mod which is fine just reduce the ground/base to match it more, 20x20 or whatever it is. There are plenty of parking lot mods so you dont really need to mod those.
    also look for some nicer window textures, then think about adding more details to the roof top etc.
     

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