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    Default MRT Puzzle, or is it?


    Reminds me of the puzzle that used to be displayed in the MRT tunnels...

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    Pix is nice....ur siggy dun really fit in though.
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    Default Perspective tweak...

    Hi Sez.....

    I'm wondering if you could male the two vertical beam vertical instead of converging....have you tried it out using Photoshop?.....It will look a little bit better without the converging top...
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    sbs99, thanks for the comment. paiseh ar, i usually slap on the watermark, although it's not worth copying teeheehee

    sulhan, *which two*? if it's the two main ones leh, i don't think so, unless i have a very tall ladder at the new serangoon mrt station for me to try out the angles..

    i could try and see if i can get another shot from another angle... thanks for the suggestion, sulhan!

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    Originally posted by sehsuan
    sbs99, thanks for the comment. paiseh ar, i usually slap on the watermark, although it's not worth copying teeheehee

    sulhan, *which two*? if it's the two main ones leh, i don't think so, unless i have a very tall ladder at the new serangoon mrt station for me to try out the angles..

    i could try and see if i can get another shot from another angle... thanks for the suggestion, sulhan!
    Sulhan meant using Photoshop to correct the perspective.

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    how to?

    besides... i'm worried that if i tried, the alignment of the "x" bars will be distorted like the way a fisheye lens does to light...

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    Yup...the whole idea is Serangoon Station being part of the neighbouhood..

    The different colours are there for easy reference for meeting.

    Red - Entrance 2.
    Blue - Entrance 1
    Green - Entrance 4
    Yellow - Entrance 3.

    Notice the concourse art panels dominating colour coincides with the colour of the nearest entrance.

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