I dunno,sometimes it's hard to believe we're using the same software, your views are just incredible. Well, I'll just have to keep at it. And thanks for faving "Anti-gravity wells"; for you to fav something of mine says alot, and is inspiring. I kind of got lucky with that one, the VL just snapped in strong and was very adjustable, so I was able to make it work, I usually have alot more troubel with VL, but I'm getting there. Thank you, and keep going!
Practice counts a lot too, I've been using it almost full time for over 2 years now. Also, I now only search for architectural looking environments and while that's limiting the variety of my works, it also exciting to me. You're welcome, that's the neatest VL effect I saw so far. Lucky or not, it's great!
Woah. Amazing! That would be a heck of a headquarters for any organization... Windtalker building? I'll assume you aren't talking about the native american 'Windtalkers' used in WWII... Still, astounding work! Your deviations always blow me away, and this is no exception!
Thanks Yes, nothing to do with Navajo coding operatives in WWII. I was just thinking about huge structures and the problem of withstanding winds. In my opinion if the structure is large enough it should let the wind pass through in some way, possibly even using it to generate energy. The depressurization due to high speed winds in the structure could let the humidity be visible, that's why I let a little haze in it; and the sound of the wind passage could be interesting, and the title comes from this