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Voting: Most Impressive Scenery

Postby Cry-Alex » 18.11.2007, 16:40

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Please vote here for the "Most Impressive Scenery".

Contest Information:
This part of the contest was not only for those with a high-end PC. Important was to find a scenery in one of the levels that looks absolutely stunning to you. It could have been a beautiful sunrise, NK's taking their break, some hot explosion with many parts flying around, etc.

Top 5 Finalists:

1. Taowolf51
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2. KamikazeCow
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3. ehal256
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4. MavZero
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5. WeaponX
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Voting Deadline:
The voting will remain active till Wednesday, November 21st!

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Postby Andy B » 18.11.2007, 16:46

Very nice screens, i vote for Kamakazi.
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Postby wolfi » 18.11.2007, 17:03

Originally posted by Andy B
i vote for Kamakazi.

Same. Absolutely stunning!

KamikazeCow, if you read this: Could you provide the same thing in 1680 by 1050 pixels? :D
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Postby obiwahn » 18.11.2007, 17:06

Originally posted by Andy B
Very nice screens, i vote for Kamakazi.


me2, it is very impressive :]

Originally posted by wolfi
KamikazeCow, if you read this: Could you provide the same thing in 1680 by 1050 pixels?


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Postby RCSI » 18.11.2007, 17:18

KamikazeCow's picture.

And yes, please post a larger one if you still have one.
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Postby Christian87 » 18.11.2007, 17:21

I vote for MavZero
Nice pic!
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Postby Kantholz » 18.11.2007, 18:05

2nd Pic!
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Postby Guedoe » 18.11.2007, 20:13

2. KamikazeCow
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Postby Schwarzer Riese » 18.11.2007, 21:31

Hi!

I think most impressive is No 2 from KamikazeCow!

Its surely incredible!

8o

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Postby Sotoro » 18.11.2007, 22:37

Originally posted by Schwarzer Riese
Hi!

I think most impressive is No 2 from KamikazeCow!

Its surely incredible!

8o

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Yea, but it's overworked with photoshop...
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Postby wolfi » 18.11.2007, 23:32

Nope. I say its just the in game depth of field, enabled via editor.
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Postby KamikazeCow » 19.11.2007, 02:52

Originally posted by Sotoro



Yea, but it's overworked with photoshop...


You can change the depth of field in the time of day settings on the bottom ;) I wish i could work images that well in PS... CE2 is awesome


Thanks for the votes guys :) I'd love to make a larger resolution of that image, but that was about as big as i could get it :S My monitor only goes up to 1280x1024, and with all the extra tools in sandbox2 the image cant really get any bigger then what you see. Is there anyway to make it so the game takes the SS at a higher resolution? I also wouldn't want to make it till the competition is over, because i think that might violate the rules
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Postby uniqTARGET » 19.11.2007, 03:04

Originally posted by KamikazeCow

Thanks for the votes guys :) I'd love to make a larger resolution of that image, but that was about as big as i could get it :S My monitor only goes up to 1280x1024, and with all the extra tools in sandbox2 the image cant really get any bigger then what you see. Is there anyway to make it so the game takes the SS at a higher resolution? I also wouldn't want to make it till the competition is over, because i think that might violate the rules


Try this:
cl_hud 0
e_screenshot_width 2560(2560 being whatever you want)
e_screenshot_height 2096(2096 being whatever you want)
e_screenshot_quality 100
e_screenshot 1

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Postby KamikazeCow » 19.11.2007, 07:18

Ah, i knew there was a way to do it, thanks


 
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