Recent content by Vinnie

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    Vinetown thread

    Hey Eld! Here is my formal application for the bathhouse in Vinetown. I'm sure you've seen some of my work already in-game, however, feel free to swing by and check out my latest work @ /warp vinnie Enjoy these screenshots and hope to hear from you soon.
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    Terra School: Salt Marshes

    I love salt. It's what makes my pretzels so salty.
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    The Rookery — Summer 2022 Update

    As always, PHENOMENAL job Rookery team. I live for Rookery release days
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    Dornish Marches Terra

    Those layers be like
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    Dornish Marches Terra

    My two cents: I'm pro new style. No more tiger stripes on mountains, please.
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    In Progress Application for House Ladybright ☆

    Hey Amm! Been loving your plans thus far. As the server's unofficial horse girl, I would like to interject on the notion of horse studs in your project. Horses, even yearlings, need to consume a considerable amount of fresh water and calories (as much as 15,000- 30,000 cal each day). Which I...
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    The Arbor: Applications thread

    Hey Lem! So awesome to see this long-awaited build being applied for! Just a thought. What if the septry were devoted to all the female aspects of the seven and not just the Crone? Based on the name "mermaid's palace" I think it would be cool to have an emphasized female-centric theme going. As...
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    Block Change Request: Pears

    aPEARently, we are in need of some more block textures
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    Harrenhal, Harrentown and Hogg Hall Redo Appeals

    It's finally happening! :eek:
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    Completed Skerry Island Immersion

    Invent a seagull narative and write about his life on the island
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    KL Canon Roads Map and Changes

    That’s where Rav goes to feed the park pigeons
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    KL Canon Roads Map and Changes

    Administration daddy :p
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    The Arbor: Feedback, Suggestions & Testing

    Personally, I’m not overly concerned with the proportions as they are. I think of the mountains more as a natural sort of screening that aids in the illusion of the island’ size. I would bet most viewers can’t hike up their render distance high enough to make the scale visually consequential as...