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post #541 of 1906
i dig it. its not finished and it looks like a hallway or entrance so im not really expecting it to be plush with soft furnishings. also looks easy to keep clean.
post #542 of 1906
The renders shown are the public space, so they are intended to serve that function. The color of the renders also came out darker than reality thus enhancing the coldness of the space. You would have to come to the housewarming to see the rest of the place (make sure you bring all negative/positive comments) That specific comment I replied to was rather juvenile so it deserved no better from me.
post #543 of 1906
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The renders shown are the public space, so they are intended to serve that function. The color of the renders also came out darker than reality thus enhancing the coldness of the space. You would have to come to the housewarming to see the rest of the place (make sure you bring all negative/positive comments) That specific comment I replied to was rather juvenile so it deserved no better from me.
When is your housewarming? I have things that need to be said to your face. About your face. I kid, please invite me I have nothing to do :'(
post #544 of 1906
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When is your housewarming? I have things that need to be said to your face.


About your face.

I kid, please invite me I have nothing to do :'(

Actually comments about my face should be said in the WAYWRN thread, like, "where's your face?" or "we need to see your face to judge the outfit", etc. Do NOT say anything about my face in my face, juvenile reaction guaranteed.
post #545 of 1906
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That specific comment I replied to was rather juvenile so it deserved no better from me.
Of course. Meet less than yourself with no better. Wait, isn't that circular? Ignore list time. ~ H
post #546 of 1906
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Looks amazing, maomao! I love it!

I kind of hate this thread right now, I can't see Roys pictures, and judging from the comments, it sounds amazing. Can you please re-upload them Roy?

Sorry it took a while. I only check this thread every so often:





























And my media set up:






post #547 of 1906
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Awesome Pictures

That is absolutely stunning. Hopefully I'll get there one day.
post #548 of 1906
I think Roy wins the thread. Seriously.
post #549 of 1906
Who's that on draper's lap? It's sure not Betty...but it kind of looks like peggy

I just can't think of a time when that scene would have occurred.
post #550 of 1906
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Who's that on draper's lap? It's sure not Betty...but it kind of looks like peggy

I just can't think of a time when that scene would have occurred.

Is it the redhead in that set of twins from the night that Roger Sterling has the heart attack?
post #551 of 1906
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Is it the redhead in that set of twins from the night that Roger Sterling has the heart attack?

yes, it is.




nice place, but the staircase is what really grabs my attention. Beautiful. Do want the staircase.
post #552 of 1906
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A preview, should be done in another month or so



Just curious, what kind of storage is that on the right side of the hall?
post #553 of 1906
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I think Roy wins the thread.

Seriously.

No way, I'm just a smalltimer. I'm sure there are members here with REALLY impressive houses. I really dig the renderings of MaoMaos place, can't wait till he posts some actual pictures.

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Who's that on draper's lap? It's sure not Betty...but it kind of looks like peggy

I just can't think of a time when that scene would have occurred.

Like Kwilk said, it's one of the twinsisters. The other gave Roger the heart attack.

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yes, it is.




nice place, but the staircase is what really grabs my attention. Beautiful. Do want the staircase.

It's stainless steel with glass steps. I'm not sure what kind of glass, but its special glass so it stays clear when using 2 inch thick steps. Normally glass that thick has a sort of greenish color.
post #554 of 1906
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Sorry it took a while. I only check this thread every so often:

I remember seeing your pictures a while back. You inspired me to build an XBMC box.
It's the bees knees!
post #555 of 1906
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I remember seeing your pictures a while back. You inspired me to build an XBMC box.
It's the bees knees!
XBMC is awesome! Open License software rules.
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