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TT alternative weather (weathers + ppfilter) 0.9

improved graphics

  1. Tomas Torasen
    So heres my current conclusion of my tweaking of originally blackcelicas ppfilter (now quite different) and my own weather along with it.

    Recommended settings:
    Under options->video->effects: set 'color saturation' to 85%

    This is mainly tested and recommended at 17:00-17:30.

    Feel free to tweak it further and show us all the results.

    Please redownload since there was some error with the original due to the name change, something wierd happened. Fixed now.


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    tjc, rubencer, Bernd Graf and 2 others like this.

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    1. Tomas Torasen
      Author's Response
      Thanks. Well. It resembles something I've seen sometimes. I didnt want to make an everyday weather but something more artistic. I'm a photographer and have been searching for IRL-weather many years. You can for example see these dark skies together with bright sun, many times after rain for example. So I dont think it's that far from something that could exist. Also I used the sun to create a more dynamic look.
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