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Definitely! I love it.
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2006, 5:05 AM
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hmm only Foxmtbr replys to the picture I spent a few hours on

Maybe I need some more pictures so my thread can be just as good as Foxmtbr's Mega City
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2006, 5:13 AM
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That picture is absolutely amazing though, the lights look so real!
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This is incredible. Nice job with the lights.
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2006, 7:42 AM
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Thanks

I made Some Emporis Building Pages to showoff the top 5 tallest buildings











The next 5 buildings coming soon....
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Wow!! Amazing! I might just have to try it...
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2006, 8:44 PM
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Here are some more buildings, not the next top 5, just some random ones.





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Nice!!! Don't worry, mine aren't in order by height either. For mine, I did 1,2, and then skipped to about 10 or so with the Microsoft Building. Good work!
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Very very cool.
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I'm guessing that you were inspired by Conde Nast when designing the JC Summit building?

More buildings please. Are you thinking of a new tallest?
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You rule. Plain and simple.



I need to figure out this Sketch-up thing. It looks AWESOME.
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Quote:
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I'm guessing that you were inspired by Conde Nast when designing the JC Summit building?

More buildings please. Are you thinking of a new tallest?
Yeah it was inspired by the Conde Nast Building, I was going to put it in the facts for its emporis page. You can see the Washington Building is inspired by the American International Building, (more like a direct copy )

And no, The Galviston Enterprises World Headquarters Tower will be the tallest for a long time

And thanks! FlyersFan118

Here are a few more buildings







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awsome !
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Wow...just wow.
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Torrington Expanding
The Hip new side of staunton

Torrington is a hip, young, arts district, with sleek modern skyscraper condominiums.

But, the South End of Torrington was all that existed until know, which was the Washington Building, Morgenn Gleason World HQ and the Lloyd International Hotel & Tower (was Morgenn International)

This is a very new part of the city, which is why its untextured.....



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Not much of an update though, More updates soon
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Nice!! I like the Pinaccle. And I noticed your roads
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good updates man!
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Old Posted Jul 13, 2006, 8:31 PM
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Here are some shots from Space to show how large the city, plus many hidden buildings covered by larger ones...

Overview


Staunton Square


Financial District


Trenton/Staunton Point


Torrington/Civic Center
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cool shots!
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