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    Default Subterranean Concrete - Greeky Doric

    Hello;

    I have been wanting to do some architectural subterranean greeky doric.

    I have an old computer. I am frankly busted and have this old abacus FSDS 2.4 installed.

    I thought posting some would be interesting for a browse. Maybe a follow the work in progress.

    Starting to look like a monument of some sort?? (maybe a bit freudian???).

    This is just the start and a way to introduce myself for a new member.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/79580447@N02/7122887673/

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    Default Re: Subterranean Concrete - Greeky Doric

    More just to have something to browse..........

    a work in progress.......if that is allowed??

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    Default Re: Subterranean Concrete - Greeky Doric

    Needed access to the Duomo......

    Looking like a mausoleum......or an observatory?

    Not great.......to lazy to make spiral stair......

    More for a cup of coffee ....I'm bored browse....

    Developer said original Duomo was too much concrete and too deep for budget???

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7958044...n/photostream/

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    Default Re: Subterranean Concrete - Greeky Doric

    I am not 100perc. sure you chose the right hobby Ray ;- )

    I had to google up the FSDS, I am still confused though.
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    Default Re: Subterranean Concrete - Greeky Doric

    Yes.....I am using a scenery generator software from 2003 for Microsoft Flight simulator series.

    I was asked to do some airport/city scenes for a friend.......I bought Abacus FSDS 1.xxx ....got a upgrade to 2.x for a discount......in 2003

    I tried to download some newer rendering freeware software.......but I am on a 2003 budget and computer......and DSL .... crash here ....crash there....download timeout ....etc...

    FSDS works for basic ideas........maybe I should stick to concrete sidewalks and curb stops.
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    Default Re: Subterranean Concrete - Greeky Doric

    Drainage is always a problem with subterranean design..........

    Haven't solved subterranean1 yet...and had a heavy rain


    Subrerranean33333.jpg
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7958044...in/photostream

    Maybe just leave it as a municipal fountain or spa.............

    City Zoo ....seal lion tank.........
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    Default Re: Subterranean Concrete - Greeky Doric

    You really are using the wrong software for the job.

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    Default Re: Subterranean Concrete - Greeky Doric

    Yes....it is really basic

    But ....
    (here comes a I remember the good ole days......when we use to have to brush our teeth with a rock....)

    For me in year 2002 and my Pentium II it seemed like a quick, inexpensive, and major leap..... compared to the old foamcore 1980's modeling technique

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    Default Re: Subterranean Concrete - Greeky Doric

    Yes...it may look like the discount computer game graphics from the late 1990's......

    ...the one you get free with a purchase of gum at the check out counter....

    But....it something to look at ....a maybe tweek a thought or two......

    subterraneanCliffs3.jpg

    Cliff Dwelling ...Subterranean....concrete design....

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    Default Re: Subterranean Concrete - Greeky Doric

    Maybe a little too....Bunker..esque

    SubterraneanCliffs11.jpg
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7958044...n/photostream/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7958044...n/photostream/

    First attempt a cliff community.......but safe from falling rocks
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