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Not sure who to phrase it but the sun, or the colours "generated" by the natural sun light, doesn't seem to feel like Tundra. Hm.. not sure. Maybe I just expected it to be more blue - this is all very yellow. Giving it a rather hot "feeling".

 

This is, of course, only meant for being as close to Earth's flora. And just meant as an idea.

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11 hours ago, EvalovesEP said:

This is fantastic!!! :thumbsup:

thanks a lot :)

 

11 hours ago, Swiftstep said:

Not sure who to phrase it but the sun, or the colours "generated" by the natural sun light, doesn't seem to feel like Tundra. Hm.. not sure. Maybe I just expected it to be more blue - this is all very yellow. Giving it a rather hot "feeling".

 

This is, of course, only meant for being as close to Earth's flora. And just meant as an idea.

is that good or bad

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No idea, big one. The light is very yellow-ish - like in early summer in subtropical climate. It looks warm, so to say. Not sure how weather is in the summer beyond the polar cicle. And how the light is. I'd expected it to be blue-ish.

 

So, all in all, if you are into creating a very immersive setting, you'd have to look for the right light, for areas with around 15°C... the movies I remember like from Patagonia, the light wasn't that bright.

 

It's just an opinion - neither good nor bad.

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