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Comment by Yinka Gbotosho on August 16, 2011 at 11:52am
Oh I see. I will check that out. Thanks Chas.
Comment by Chas / Aug Posekany on August 16, 2011 at 11:45am
Yinka,I was refering to the scale of the material image not the scale of the pavers themselves. Set the scale of the material you use to make the  pavers much lower so the voids don't seem like craters.
Comment by Yinka Gbotosho on August 16, 2011 at 11:36am
@George. The world is a global village right now. I have coniferous trees in my house if you check my album - The Lords' or 'Testing my new t2i' the size of the pavement is intentional. I guess my sense of scale is rather warped. I have done it on many life projects. As for the spherical glass, I am just challenging myself and the industry. I am excited in anticipation of what the idea will yield.
@Chas. Like I said to George, I am intentionally trying to break some rules. I have done some life projects where I used in-situ concrete tiles up to 2m square.
All these said, I wil still visit the expected solutions and see what happens. If it looks and feels better, I will go that way.
I am indeed grateful for your inputs.
Comment by George Ioannidis on August 16, 2011 at 10:52am

Do trees (coniferous) like that on the image grow in your country? :-)

Pavement is big, making the rest of the model look small.

Spherical glass panes will be hard task to accomplish. Other than that the design is definitely a real "eye-catcher".

Comment by Chas / Aug Posekany on August 16, 2011 at 10:38am

Pavement material is a bit distracting. Seems to to large of a scale for the image used.

Other than that it is a great composition.

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