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Minds_: woah! how do you do this stuff tg?! its amazing!!
its so smooth and i love it so much!! <<33

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NEONSTAR: VERY SMOOTH OMG
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That_Guy: @NEONSTAR: Thanks Thanks :^)
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VelvetRose_: Awesome!
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boopy: :o
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lolis: wow!
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That_Guy: Thanks fellas :^)

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lolis: Notice that it rises and sets in exactly the same spot.

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YinSaku: What a grand design you have here. I too am into architecture, keep up the good work!
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Haugkall: What sort of architecture is this suppose to be?
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VelvetRose_: @Haugkall: Looks like either a level-one house with a weird set up, or just a really large kitchen.
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Haugkall: What sort of architecture do you prefer VelvetRose?
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lolis: It's a rough floorpan reference of my basement. I am remodeling it and adding a second bathroom and office space. I am also having air conditioning added and all-new ductwork fabricated. This is just to give the contractors an idea of where things are to be placed. It is slightly weird because of the fact that I have to utilize the existing cast iron sewer stack which runs almost exactly down the center of the structure. Otherwise, it would involve chiseling up the cement foundation to gain access to the underground pipes....which is not cost-effective for my goal of doing the least amount of work to gain the greatest amount of equity in return.
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Haugkall: There's a bunch of wooden panels lined across the ceiling and possibly floor on which you can attach just about anything. Just hire a trailer drive to your nearest supplier of wood load it with supplies and do the rooms yourself. For the bathroom you might want to insulate the walls further to prevent the moisture from leaking through. When you do the floor make sure there's a slight gap at either side of the room for the base board to cover up, otherwise when the wood expands or contracts in winter/summer time it's going to crack. If you got high enough IQ you might be able to figure out the electrical work but I wouldn't bother with sewage personally.
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VelvetRose_: The way you describe the interior, and I believe exterior, I believe you have a pretty good living space, a basement large enough for an office. I personally quite enjoy the "Tudor" style, though there is only a few and they are in England. It would be nice to live in a home with a thatched roof, gives it more of a medieval style. But with casement windows it would be hard to live with during the winter. I know it's kind of a dumb idea, but it distinguishes from other kinds of architecture.
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lolis: The contractor who I always hire to do stuff is a friend and a perfectionist. He will look over my ideas and tell me what works and what doesn't. My house is a Craftsman Bungalow and was built in 1922.

I have actually entertained the idea of a thatch roof root cellar in my back yard....but the craftsman who know how to do that work, live in England and Ireland. I doubt I'd find anyone here who does that type of roof. They are nice grooves, though, from what I'm told.
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lolis: *craftspeople I should say*
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lolis: *roofs*

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VelvetRose_: improvement: 1000000000000000000000000000000%
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mchanzo: @VelvetRose_: THANK U BLESS

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Towa: waow looooop u can colour xD ^^ it looks good!
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loopv: ayyyy towaaa you noticed meee <33
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Towa: haha xD ^^

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Pit: This is cute oml

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forerunner2: i think i made the legs too thicc but eh
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InkieDrawings: MMMMMMMMMMMM
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forerunner2: what

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Pit: They must have the iq of a god with a head that large

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VelvetRose_: who is this hot man.
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