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Thanks for adding Location.. Maybe district could also be added. By the way, I gave the name "Portland Big Brown", I didn't take it from any source, just made it up what sounded logical. But I think it's ok to keep it, since there is no real name. I was also thinking how to name the big green glassed skyscraper in Torrington.. I taught about "Torrington Green", but I just left it at "Torrington Skyscraper", and pointed it's unnamed. Also whoever counts the floors of buildings these should be added, I didn't yet.
Hi, just wondering where are you getting the measurements for these buildings you created? Also I would like to know where you got these names for some of them. These are "unnamed" buildings, and shouldn't have a made-up name. Gta-mysteries Talk 02:25, 21 December 2010 (UTC)
The measurments were made by me. I extracted the models from the game and imported them to 3dsm max. After seeing that the peds height is about 1.8 units, and since the average men height is 1,8 meters, I realized the unit is meter. So I imported the models to max and used the simple box tool to match the top poly with great precision, and read the height. I used google to convert them to feet. I also used the imported models to render the "top 10" images.
I made up the name "Portlang Big Brown", and some others are taken from model names such as "Morningstar Building" (in LC), "Arched building" and "Monolith builidng" (in SF) --Nothke 10:02, 24 December 2010 (UTC)
Source of Image:Rhino-GTALCS-artwork.jpg
Could you specify where this was taken from? I've never seen this GTALCS artwork before. - ZS 02:11, 12 June 2011 (BST)
- Here's one I found. The artwork seems to come from within the game files. Unfortunately, I do not know how to access them.--spaceeinstein 05:39, 12 June 2011 (BST)
Mind providing a source for this building's name? We're having a hard time verifying it. Thanks. - ZS 18:31, 17 July 2011 (BST)