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Designer Anthony
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New Cruciform Blocks

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Hello!
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New Cruciform blocks have 10 units per floor. This is the first time I began making realistic buildings. I also improved the design from the previous by making realistic designs.

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Low Rise - 1-5 Stories
Mid Rise - 5-15 Stories
High Rise - 15-50 Stories
Talls - 50-100 Stories
Supertalls - 100+ Stories

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Re: New Cruciform Blocks

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Your details look improved, but the shadows are still wrong
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Re: New Cruciform Blocks

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anhkatori2 wrote:
Sat Sep 04, 2021 6:06
Your details look improved, but the shadows are still wrong
That is a confusing question. It makes no sense.
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Low Rise - 1-5 Stories
Mid Rise - 5-15 Stories
High Rise - 15-50 Stories
Talls - 50-100 Stories
Supertalls - 100+ Stories

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Re: New Cruciform Blocks

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Designer Anthony wrote:
Sun Sep 05, 2021 0:14
anhkatori2 wrote:
Sat Sep 04, 2021 6:06
Your details look improved, but the shadows are still wrong
That is a confusing question. It makes no sense.
You confuse a statement for a question.

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