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BaronThamesBank's Avatar BaronThamesBank
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05/25/2019 6:39 pm
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Dagvi
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sehr gut mein herr!
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12/06/2013 11:08 am
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TheOfficialNano
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naiece!
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12/06/2013 11:10 am
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BaronThamesBank
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Takker :P
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12/05/2013 10:32 pm
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kesin13
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You could let your renders go for much longer. Set it to 10,000 - 30,000 before you go to bed and see it in the morning.

Otherwise, it's a nice build that could have some more block variation.
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12/06/2013 11:09 am
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TheOfficialNano
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10000!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!??? 30000??!?!??!!!!!!
I ONLY SET MINE AT 500 AND IT ENDS PERFECTLY!
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12/06/2013 2:08 pm
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kesin13
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I can render incredible things over night at 30,000+. The difference between 500 and 30,000 is drastic, especially with water, light sources and overall smoothing. If you have something really nice, you should be leaving it while you sleep (all other programs closed, with high priority on it).
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12/06/2013 4:53 pm
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TheOfficialNano
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Yes but at 30k you make one render per night, i need 3-4 pics per post.
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12/06/2013 3:21 pm
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BaronThamesBank
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500 dose seem to work fine without a lot of light sources
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12/07/2013 5:34 pm
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kesin13
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You only need one nice render, it's OK to see it without and visual enhancements, too.
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12/06/2013 4:30 am
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BaronThamesBank
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Thank you for your comment. Your definitely right about renders. First time I do renders with a lot of glowstone/redstone lamps, damn it takes a long time. :)

A great block variation (dose seem to get to much for lot of people though) is nice. I agree it's not the builds strongest point. On the other hand it follows some common Copenhagen design principles with simplicity in colour and detailing (compared to many other places in the world) from the first half of the 20th century.
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