St3v3M wrote:When I first look at the first I didn't like it, something about the green tint I suppose, but the more I look the more it feels historic, timeless.
The second is amazing for all there is to look at, and I'm sure I haven't seen half of it all yet. I especially like the real world-used look.
I could say I could pass on the third, but am intrigued by what I suspect is a manhole cover in the middle of the floor. What was it used for?
This is a wonderful addition to your series and a tribute to how well you were able to overcome the obstacles presented there.
Thank you so much for adding these! S-
minniev wrote:Thanks Steve. You always have such a sharp eye for things I miss - the greenish tint is there, though mild, and is supposed to feel old, whether it achieves that or not I have no idea what the manhole cover is hiding but I assume, like in New Orleans, that it has to do with drainage since standing water is such a problem in these low lying areas that get swamped often.
The smithy was my favorite too, with all those tools and the glowing coals.
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