Couple of comments though....
The three largest churches in delft.
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Just a tiny tiny thing, because it already looks very good and it may not need what I am going to suggest, but try not to use the same color when drawing lines, alternate between at least two (tones of) colors. It will make the lines less sharp and will tone down some lines that may look too bright (in this case mostly the line at the very end, going down from the top end point towards the wall).
- Same as above, texturing will certainly improve some of the lines that look too sharp right now. (Mainly the rooflines, windowlines and those dark brown lines in the top of the tower)
- For the rooflines, those are very bright, maybe the color used for the rooflines of the Oude Kerk would be better (in combination with texture)
- I think the color used for the part of the tower just above the red brick is a tad too bright.
- I think one of the clocks is broken
Maria van Jesse Kerk:
- Same as above, rooflines maybe too bright and those, as well as the windowlines, may be improved with a bit of texture.
- Most importantly, I have made some changes to the top of the two towers (changed some of the positions of the yellow windows a bit, for the left tower only the one facing the sunny side, for the right tower sunny side as well as dark side) Compair it with your version, to exactly see what I changed and to see if these are improvements in your opinion.
4 buildings from TU delft
That roof and all the little details!!! WOW!!!
Stunning!! Sad that they maybe are planning to tear it down in the future, its a real landmark but sadly getting too old and expensive for practical use... Glad it will be preserved in OpenTTD
(In Dutch) http://delta.tudelft.nl/artikel/renoveren-of-niet-puzzelen-aan-ewi/30555
-Faculty of Aerospace Engineering:
My old faculty!!
(I am not an engineer though, being a student was more interesting than actually studying [insert beer emoticon here]
That may need some work.......
First of all, its designed by the same architect firm that designed the new Delft station, that says enough already... So loads of strange angles, lines and shapes....
This website may help a lot:http://www.mecanoo.nl/Projects/project/27/Library-Delft-University-of-Technology?t=0
Ok, we need to take the angle at which OpenTTD looks at buildings in account and how that effects the multiple shapes this building has, but mainly these things (in random order) I would like to comment on:
- The overall footprint right now is 3x4 (same as the Aula), it may be better to make that 3x5, so you have a bit more room to make it look less steep and incorporate some more angles/shapes (or make those look more obvious), maybe even 4x5 will be needed.
- Maybe the above is not needed at all though with this change:
With the way it is drawn right now, point-A and point-B are on the same hight and on the same position along the Y-line:
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I do believe though that point-B should be lower than point-A and further along the Y-line.
Now, this is where it becomes difficult with the perspective of OpenTTD, how to draw that.... Maybe something like this (very very rough sketch)...
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But I think it is better to first roughly determine the X-Y-Z-positions of point-A and B and see what sort of line comes out of that when those are connected. I think the facade facing the sunny side is already pretty good, so point-A is pretty much spot-on, the thing is now to find point-B
- The angle of the stairs to the entrance, the bottom one looks less steep than the two others, how does it look when you use the bottom angle also for the two others? As I think that right now the entrance looks too steep.
- The cone looks just a bit too small... At least with the size/shape of the grassy roof right now...
Overall, the library may need a bit of a redesign and it may be handy to not draw in the details/textures just yet and see if the overall shape can be improved.
Keep up the great work though, all of this is just awesome!!!