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Really nice - love the little bits as Darcstaar pointed out - crumbling floor is nicely done too - great piece of terrain for multi-level combat.

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10 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Love all the tiny touches like junction boxes, wires, pipes, rebar.  Really sells it.  Great work.

Thanks!  Glad you noticed.  I had to go ahead and put the brakes on so I could call this one done.  The fiddly bits are probably my favorite parts, right with the way the grass and rubble look from a moderate distance.

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10 hours ago, Iridil said:

Really nice - love the little bits as Darcstaar pointed out - crumbling floor is nicely done too - great piece of terrain for multi-level combat.

Appreciate it.  I was trying to keep that in mind, so multi-levels, lots of openings, lots of cover, lots of obstacles.

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