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Old 13-09-17, 12:20   #51
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Loving this last screen
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Old 13-09-17, 12:32   #52
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Thanks. I shall add some leaf textures to the middle portal and some stone or pebble textures in the water like Joey79100 suggested. I may even mix the pebble and dirt textures together, we'll see.

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Old 13-09-17, 13:09   #53
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Ugh, I have two bad remarks about that screen though: NEVER put light rays from a same light source in different directions though, it is completely illogical. And avoid them for big openings, it doesn't make sense either, because small light rays like this come from small openings in the leaves. Just remember light rays appear when there's a light source in dark areas.
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Old 13-09-17, 13:18   #54
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Ugh, I have two bad remarks about that screen though: NEVER put light rays from a same light source in different directions though, it is completely illogical. And avoid them for big openings, it doesn't make sense either, because small light rays like this come from small openings in the leaves. Just remember light rays appear when there's a light source in dark areas.
OK. I will remove the light rays and add them to the small openings and not the large ones, light bulbs and spot lights instead. Also, I need to avoid rays going in different directions.

EDIT: Moved the light rays elsewhere away from the large openings and made sure they are pointing the same direction

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Old 16-09-17, 13:04   #55
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Not sure if this light is place correctly

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Old 16-09-17, 15:04   #56
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What I would do is put some reddish bulbs on the lower side of the walls to simulate the reflection of that emissive lava against the rock...

Edit... Towards your question of the previous screens. The new ones are stunning!
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Old 18-09-17, 16:32   #57
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Those screens look good. I think you should put a brighter light bulb on the first screen from where the lightrays come. I don't think it is lit enough for so much light coming from the ceiling
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Old 18-09-17, 19:00   #58
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Thanks for the comments.

I haven't been able to think straight for the past few days after my 11-year old sister was injured in a hit-and-run incident.

The good news is that she is recovering in hospital right now and she is doing amazingly well.

So yes, things have been a little hairy.
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Old 18-09-17, 19:29   #59
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^ I'm really sorry to hear that I know how it feels. Thank god she is recovering well, my best wishes to her.
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^ I'm really sorry to hear that I know how it feels. Thank god she is recovering well, my best wishes to her.
Thanks. She has two broken legs and a couple of wounds and bruises but she is recovering. Every update since has been positive.
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