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| Not sure if this version discussed. I looked at the blimp promo shot again and I suddenly thought, if that race track is Hollywood Park IRL, what if that signature is not 'GAS NC', but ''CASINO'? |
Yeah I did bring that up somewhere but not sure if anyone replied.
Oh, it's good you're of the same opinion.
Here is another view from Michael trailer:
Wow that one I didn't spot, thanks.
What do you think about nwbpro's placement of Sandy Shores?
@nwbpro, thank you, did you see the discussion about Sandy Shores here, where were found the similarities between this two:http://imageshack.us.../8455/941ct.jpghttp://img13.imagesh...shoresftrev.png
if so, did you take it into account and is it agreed to the location you painted?
Another similarity in East LA:
This buildings (the first one behind Centennial mills and the second one to the right of the first) look similar to the buildings in the Produce District (7th street market, American Apparel Factory, 1807 E Olympic Blvd on the other side of the S. Alameda street) http://wikimapia.org...roduce-District
@Eternal Moonshine, I believe the most popular diagonal nowadays is 20' or 22', modern tablets have at least theirs resolution, or even above that. I think nobody here have above 30' so no sense to post images fits no-one's screen. Yeah, maybe retina users would enjoy that.
Almost all who I know use standard resolution for the diagonal. Yes, pc displays slightly varying in ppi/dpi but not so much.
offtop_upd: and there is no sense to use non-standard resolutions anyways. the right way is to set proper dpi for the fonts.