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Offline Dantes

Re: Totori
« Reply #1260 on: July 14, 2017, 04:25:32 PM »
I am sorry if I use:
-cpucount:1 -w
The Game don't start

Offline art128

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Re: Totori
« Reply #1261 on: July 14, 2017, 04:51:04 PM »
-cpucount:1 -CustomResolution:enabled -w -r1024x765x32

Try this.
I'll take a quiet life... A handshake of carbon monoxide.

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Offline Dantes

Re: Totori
« Reply #1262 on: July 14, 2017, 04:59:35 PM »
Thank you.
The game start, but the screen is the same extra big screen.
And ingame I can not change, too.

Do you know how I can the last windows 10 Update cancel ?

  &mmm

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=167490122

I test from other ingame scal and via steam start code but nothing  :(

Windows I hate you so much.

You see this ingame photo shot ? Ingame the wide is 1/3 extra large.
« Last Edit: July 15, 2017, 01:15:20 AM by Dantes »

Offline romualdillo

Re: Totori
« Reply #1263 on: July 15, 2017, 09:00:48 AM »

Offline Dantes

Re: Totori
« Reply #1264 on: July 15, 2017, 11:15:36 AM »
After 3 hours test yesterday and 1 hour today test codes and ingame options.
I get from an User this awesome code:
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Now it works again! I can play Simcity with normal perspective!

@romualdillo, art128 & mattb325:  *epic-hug-of-happyness*

The National Plaza (not finish, because http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/24333-louvre-pyramid/?_fromLogin=1  :satisfied:



MattB is so awesome we need a new adjective word for him: matt-b-tastic (fantastic perfect)  &apls &apls &apls




Urban living. MattB yeah. So cool.  &apls &apls &apls


My current project in the neighborhood:


At last intersting tower projects:
west loop chicaco


kobe shimoyamate 10091


brillia tower ikebukuro 1 The basis of this tower is unique!  :D



« Last Edit: July 15, 2017, 11:17:30 AM by Dantes »

Offline Dantes

Re: Totori
« Reply #1265 on: July 16, 2017, 07:28:00 AM »
Wow, six likes (and no comment  :D All user like the like button! XD )

I have had this idea for many years. Now I have done the project! Welcome to the architecture exhibition!



There are some great buildings that I will never use. I have now built it to an exhibition for an update.

























[imghttp://i.imgur.com/PTSJhLk.jpg]http://[/img]





Sorry for so many pictures  :P

At last another interesting building:

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Re: Totori
« Reply #1266 on: July 16, 2017, 10:03:02 AM »
This is really cool. I feel the same way about those buildings, they're really nice but I don't really have anywhere to use them.
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Offline Nanami

Re: Totori
« Reply #1267 on: July 16, 2017, 10:20:53 AM »
Wow... you really have a lot of entry since last time I visit the forum... Everything pretty nicely done!

The 2nd latest update (with that national plaza) kinda reminds me of Nagoya with the plaza between 2 major road and that tower!

in overal good job and welcome to Japanese city urbanscaping art of SC4 :P .

Offline Tyberius06

Re: Totori
« Reply #1268 on: July 16, 2017, 02:26:41 PM »
Hi!

So You did make this as a single/modular LOT and eager to share with the community, didn't you? :D :D :D
It's amazing!
Can you list what buildings did you use for this exhibition? I recognize one or two, but I don't know the names, just I've seen them somewhere into my back-up SC4 folder (which contains all my SC4 stuff...).

Thanks in advance!

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Offline romualdillo

Re: Totori
« Reply #1269 on: July 17, 2017, 06:46:39 AM »
Mies, Niemeyer and Sejima? all together on the same lot? You could make some architects VERY happy...  :D
The last building you posted, I presume is a modern Japanese one, but it looks like many Spanish buildings from the seventies or early eighties. Maybe the ceramic tiles, or the colours, or the balconies, or the penthouse, or everything together make me think of the seventies...
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Re: Totori
« Reply #1270 on: July 17, 2017, 08:10:17 AM »
While I'm not really fond of that style of architecture I must say that the LOT as a whole makes a really good impression  :thumbsup:

Offline Shark7

Re: Totori
« Reply #1271 on: July 19, 2017, 03:22:15 AM »
The more I look at that lot, the more I like it.  And I could definitely find a place for it in a city.

Could easily be used as a museum or perhaps even a spa.

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Re: Totori
« Reply #1272 on: July 19, 2017, 07:05:26 AM »
Great entry ! Nice tribute to Mies Van Der Rohe (author of most of the buildings here, I think)

Offline Akallan

Re: Totori
« Reply #1273 on: July 19, 2017, 06:08:43 PM »
Wow, impressive! I love this mix with traditional houses and buildings, very beautiful pictures!

Offline Dantes

Re: Totori
« Reply #1274 on: July 22, 2017, 08:27:33 PM »
13 likes and 9 comments! Wow!  :o
The exhibition is a great success!
The buildings made by JP Schriefer & Jasoncw.
@art128:I have the same problem. It is difficult to use such buildings well. These houses are ideal for special places or for parks. Nevertheless, I like this architecture very much and wanted to use it at least once and use it in a small exhibition ground. *hug*
@Nanami:I have searched the internet in nagoya this place and unfortunately not found. I will rebuild the place again. I'm not satisfied yet. I am also not yet satisfied with the construction of urban districts. I have to try and test some more. In these dense districts with its high buildings, I will build more parks. I will now look more closely at each update in your MD to learn from you. Even with art128 and kelis, I will often look and learn. I hope in there MD is not the photobucket bomb  $%#Ninj2
@Tyberius06: It is a set of modular LOT. I have three self-built modular LOT systems for paths and places. A set was the basis. I think you can build it with LOTEditor itself too! You can find the buildings by the artists JP Schriefer & Jasoncw. :thumbsup:
@romualdillo:I remember. Previously, there were hotels that were built just as in Spain! Especially on Lanzarote, right?
@seraf: Thank youuu! It's great rebuild to Simcity by JP Schriefer & Jasoncw!
@Shark7:I am looking forward to seeing you as you use the buildings in your city! :)
@Krasner: Thank you and Bienvenue sur mon MD! *european-hug*
@Akallan: Merci vilmal!
@korver: Thanky! I hope I can surprise again and again  $%Grinno$%

Mountain Rail Line & Region Map Update

old:I saw a picture of a mountain railway in Switzerland and found this solution practical.


new:I have now again built the mountain railway. The railway now drives up the mountain side and makes very elegant a few bends.


A current traffic map from my region.


The mountain railway (red the southern route) is an important puzzle piece. There are 3700 passengers daily! In orange you can see the turnoff to the head station and to the urban center.





Another architecture:
I am sad, this idea was awesome! A plan for Tokyo 1960!


http://archeyes.com/plan-tokyo-1960-kenzo-tange/


Offline romualdillo

Re: Totori
« Reply #1275 on: July 23, 2017, 11:06:10 AM »
I think you're rediscovering the sixties!  :D
I'm not a rail specialist, but I think if the slope were more constant in the straight sections it would look better  &Thk/(
@romualdillo:I remember. Previously, there were hotels that were built just as in Spain! Especially on Lanzarote, right?
I think there are tons of this kind of hotels all along Spain. During the sixties and seventies we experienced a economic and touristic boom, and that's what it left... Lanzarote is a particular case, because it has its own style, but there are also this kind of buildings (all in white, of course)

Offline Dantes

Re: Totori
« Reply #1276 on: July 24, 2017, 09:56:28 AM »
Yeah,romualdillo I found many interesting projects and conzepts from 1950-1980  :D

MattB is awesome.  ()stsfd()



I test more parks and green in the urban space.


Offline Akallan

Re: Totori
« Reply #1277 on: July 24, 2017, 02:20:12 PM »
Beautiful! You and Nanami make me love more and more Asian urbanism! &apls

Offline Dantes

Re: Totori
« Reply #1278 on: July 27, 2017, 01:25:22 PM »
Thank you Akallan  :) *european-hug*  :P

I am currently researching urbanism. I test a lot and read a lot. I am pleased that I have access to great libraries and the Internet is a great technology!
I do not like the current system of map in Japan. That is why I look at other concepts for metropolises. Rio de Janero has interesting districts.

First I show how I do not like Japanese urbanism.









The Japanese urban landscape is tight, chaotic and controlled by financial capital. The original strict raster of traditional Japanese cities is obsolete. The grid of the Japanese traditional urban landscape is not a network of roads, but a network of land and borders. I have been developing an ever stricter network of city districts in my region for a few years. Machiya live by order and  discipline. I will develop the system. The urban landscape needs public space and everything must be in motion. Rio de Janero and Paris are a good example. I think I'll build a Japanese version of Paris. Spacious boulevards can be the border and bridge between urban high-rise urban centers and traditional Machiya.











Green Boulevard and canals are perfect.



The red line are my Boulevard. I think I called Boulevard Art128, Boulevard Nanami, Boulevard Kelis, Boulevard MattB...  :satisfied:









I do not build avenues. I continue to use streets. I give the streets more space for Boulevard with green spaces and for more channels. The urban landscape will be much more natural. The water cools the environment and gives the city a lasting atmosphere.
I will still experiment a lot and test a lot.  $%#Ninj2

Offline romualdillo

Re: Totori
« Reply #1279 on: July 27, 2017, 05:12:10 PM »
Good concepts! SC4 is THE game for urban planning...
You named Paris and Rio de Janeiro... And I thought about Okinawa, which I recently discovered. Cities are not that great, but the "Japan meets the Tropic" concept is very interesting.