Late to the discussion, but i much prefer B
Yes, it is a bit late because I've moved on to a third option that seems to be working even better than either A or B, but your opinion is still valued :)
Late to the party, but I don't see a big difference between A and B. They both look fine to me. I had trouble seeing the gap in the thatching until I increased the zoom level on the screen. I think it would be better if the supporting boards looked as if they had been broken or taken some damage.
I'm pretty much agog at what you do, as usual.
Thanks, Mike :)
The difference is in the outline style. A being the traditional black line all the way around, and B being a more subtle alternative. Niether are being used, since in the meantime I have come up with a third solution.
Oh Good. Another one I probably won't notice. :)
Oh Mike! Well, don't worry. The changes are supposed to make the outline less noticeable ;)
Here is a more general shot of the style
This looks a amazing!
Thank you, dagorhir :)
Thanks Cal :)
Update for the day. A few more buildings done.
Ok. The first part is kind of finished, give or take a bit of polishing and file size reduction.
I know a lot of the things that were discussed haven't been included, but that's why there is a part 2 ;)
Ooh goodie! Not pretty!!! 😁😈
Well, there may be a difference of opinion on that point, Wyvern. Some of the thatch houses have been described as 'Cotswold' over on the FB Group page. But they are definitely sinister Cotswold... I hope!
What's wrong with Cotswold? I think (what I've seen in pictures) the area is very quaint. I love it. As for a sinister version... renowned British author Ramsey Campbell wrote a number of horror stories set in the Cotswolds area.
Have to say, further to Scott's comment, that I've long taken the Cotswolds as an area replete with folk horror lurking everywhere, though that may be in part due to Ramsey Campbell... 😱