Hey jmc ur plans looks good but I would love to see a ingame plotting maybe make one on ur plot. The house style is the only issue. Pls use the house styles from the greenstone town guide. Ur grandite is also not correct pls check u follow the order from dark to bright.This is my application for the Hamlet of Seaspur redo, these are my plans and test houses.
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in addition, I am planing to increase the beach in size to make it a cove,
These are my house tests:
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I hope you like it
The only problem with this is the Faroe Islands do not fit the area geologically. The Faroe Islands are volcanic islands, with heavy glacial action as a result of their high latitude and climate. Their shaping is completely different to what Estermont looks like, so it doesn’t really make sense. The Faroe Islands appear to have a series of Fjords, which are exclusively glacial forms. At the latitude of Estermont, the mountains would need to be exceptionally high to have had any glaciers in the past. Moreover the scale of the island wouldn’t support glaciation. It’s too small to include the features seen at the Faroe Islands.Hey Jake,
Ty for ur idea but the main inspiration for greenstone are the Färor island. I discussed with my mods and otty to use this as my main inspiration. The färör island and known for their steep straight cliffs.
Right now the main cliffs are still in a raw shape (sinze a small WE Issue from me)
Maybe that’s why they look not finished but it was my plan to make steep straight cliffs there.
Hi, I am sending to you, the hamlet images in my plot.Hey jmc vest would be if u copy the area on ur plot and make a test plotting for the main houses. Else pls use for the houses the estermont house style it’s on my plot (/warp Jeff) or above estermont
Heyo Aeks,Imo the watchtower is a bit too wide and needs more in the way of attendant buildings, maybe some small veggie patches etc. Also this is the side of the island that will be thrashed a bit by the storms passing over Cape Wrath so it'd be pretty dangerous to try docking here. The guards would probably travel there by foot.
My reasoning behind this feedback is that the current size and width of the tower makes the hill behind it and cliffs seem small in comparison. Going for something thinner and perhaps shorter might look good. I'd also make the entrance onto the second storey, with the 'ground floor' acting more like a cellar for the tower.