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    Excellent!

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    Those are great STR. I especially like the overhead "gray" view of all the buildings. WTC2 is not a perfect diamond, which is hard to tell from the official renderings, and makes it more interesting.

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    In case it wasn't obvious, Tower 2 is depicted by a placeholder. It's not the final version by any means.

    I'll see what I can do about doing an animation, but basically from any angle Towers 1-3 are distinct and define the skyline, or just two of those 3 are distinct while the third is obscured, or dominated by Tower 1.

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    jesus... this is awesome

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    ^Yeah and I neither any official connections or professional training.



    360x360 panos NOTE: Quicktime required (sorry, but its the only app that supports this type of file) each is around 4.5MB, so be patient. Trust me, it is worth it.
    http://skyscrapermodels.us/pics/01.mov
    http://skyscrapermodels.us/pics/02.mov

    Right now I have to catch up on some school work and have my car checked and oil changed. However, I might have time to get started on 2 World Trade on my days of tomorrow and Tuesday (my first two consecutive days off in two months yay!).

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    Oh yeah .. that's what I'm talkin' about ^^^^^^^^^^

    F'ing Fantastic.

    Go to the 2nd vid: Put yourself at the southern tip of the new park outside 7WTC and zoom that baby up to the sky and then spin that sucker .................

    1WTC, 2 WTC and 7 WTC all rising and twirling above ... Paradise!

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    something like this ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    Oh yeah .. that's what I'm talkin' about ^^^^^^^^^^

    F'ing Fantastic.

    Go to the 2nd vid: Put yourself at the southern tip of the new park outside 7WTC and zoom that baby up to the sky and then spin that sucker .................

    1WTC, 2 WTC and 7 WTC all rising and twirling above ... Paradise!
    You can see 4 as well.

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    A slightly less blocky WTC2. This thing is going to look wierd from quite a few angles. Rarely will it look like the neat, organized, diamonds as in the renders. Most of the time it'll look pretty jagged. It's a little disconcerting sometimes.


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    Is it me or does the top diamond not have the proper slope? Looks a little different than the rest. Good work btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aural iNK View Post
    Is it me or does the top diamond not have the proper slope? Looks a little different than the rest. Good work btw.
    Yeah, it looks concave rather than convex. Otherwise wonderfully done.

    But you really get the idea of how this building is going to look very different from one vantage point to another. Kind of like 1wt in that sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aural iNK View Post
    Is it me or does the top diamond not have the proper slope? Looks a little different than the rest. Good work btw.
    It's the odd shape and the reflections.

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    My god, if they had just hired you to sell this project to the public there'd be no opposition! Great job.

    BTW, i hate to nitpick but Goldman looks a tad tall next to 3WFC, or is it just because it's close?

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    Goldman Sachs and 3 World Financial Center are both correctly scaled.

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    STR, you modelled everyone of those buildings in Lower Manhattan?

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