nice! good to see this area finished up!
also are you implying this'll get finished in march ? because i really hope so
Wow, you really captured this well, I have a friend who lives in Siem Reap and this is pretty stunningly accurate.
whats the object data for those fences?
also, great work, you know that
Flawless stuff, Robbo.
triangular awnings aren't a theme you know
I love this. Tiny details like the wall separating the men / women bathrooms and tiny accents like your subtle use of brick throughout the path really just make for an amazing screen.
As I said in stream the most fun thing about this is that I didn't really like it while you were building it because it looked like a mess and i couldn't really envision the finished product like I normally can. So when you finished it and came up with this it just made it even more amazing.
The level of detail is incredible. The tilted awning supports in particular are a wonderful addition that really help to bring identity and style to the queueline.
You're missing some green on one of the canvas coverings.
I love how this looks so lively without even any peeps.
I just wanne start a new little idea project and i see this....
Bronze level work here, 6/10.
Btw, some of the roof pieces are miss matched, so 5/10.
The tree/plant islands in the middle of the path look awful and boring even if you are lowering some plants in to make it a bit more creative, but yeah otherwise this is pretty awesome stuff.
Soak up some fun, only at Busch Gardens Asia. Opening for the 2015 season in March.
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