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Old Posted Jul 19, 2007, 3:46 AM
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Hello everyone....Perhaps I made this a little big. I will add to this as I create new models.

I haven't figured out yet a good way to incorporate the piping. Perhaps I will have to resort to photoshop.


EDIT: Ryan, wonderful drawing! I'd like to point out that Dylan Leblanc has introduced a policy of not allowing illustrators to post high-resolution (2:1 or greater) versions of their drawings. Please only post the 1:1, although you can still upload (and are encouraged to do so) the high-resolution drawings to the diagrams themselves. This forum policy protects you from theft and copyright infringement.

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I would get rid of the black outlines.
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Old Posted Jul 19, 2007, 1:55 PM
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I think you are correct that it would look better at this high of a resolution, but I think it looks better with the lines when viewed at a smaller resolution. The other reason I left the lines on are because I wanted to show the grid at the base.

I will upload one with the lines removed
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It seems perfect to me. Are you going to upload her in Database?
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Old Posted Jul 20, 2007, 4:07 AM
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I was planning on it, but can't figure out how. I went to the help section. It told me to go to the diagrams section, and click on the building that you would like to add, and another window will open with a link in the upper left corner to add a diagram....Unless I'm completely blind, this link doesn't exist.

Any help?
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you have to register before as illustrator, then an account is made to you, and you will see the link upload a drawing to do that. Ask Dylan Leblanc to have an account. Read the terms before to know better the scale 1:1 pixels to upload a drw.
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Not sure if you can make an account yet or not. Dylan's updating the site and fixing things. No idea what's going on. Lets see how it will look in diagram size.
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Old Posted Jul 20, 2007, 10:42 PM
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Diagram size

Here is a diagram sized image

Last edited by Ryan81; Jul 25, 2007 at 8:10 PM. Reason: better quality image
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Oh my god, thats amazing! Total Primary.
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