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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnalex Zarco View Post
    I like to use soil underneath my farm plots. Not sure why, I guess brown on brown looks cool to me. I use sand by the coast for a beach
    About that brown on brown; exactly my idea Johnalex!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sablob View Post
    I also used sand as pathways to my greenhouse, the flower shop and the flower factory.
    Other than that I mainly use sand for beaches and river banks. I rarely use soil, but that might change after reading this thread and seeing your wonderful ideas. Thank you all for posting!
    Thank you, Sablob,
    And like I said before (and read in an other thread) too bad our Townies can't walk on Sand.
    It would make your flower area even nicer with visitors in it!

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    Very cool Rocky_Ruud. I used sand and soil in the area20190617_114739.jpg around my castle to add depth. I think it looks elevated/like it is on a hill because of the contrast, but it could be my imagination. Like others, I also used the sand to slightly extend the border of my greenhouse. I love seeing towns with attention to detail. I experiment with the different pavements and soils while I'm waiting for expansions and materials to complete.
    Last edited by Freedonia; 06-17-2019 at 04:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedonia View Post
    Very cool Rocky_Ruud. I used sand and soil in the area around my castle to add depth. I think it looks elevated/like it is on a hill because of the contrast, but it could be my imagination. Like others, I also used the sand to slightly extend the border of my greenhouse. I love seeing towns with attention to detail. I experiment with the different pavements and soils while I'm waiting for expansions and materials to complete.
    About your 'Castle on the Hill'; the piece of grey road looks like a wall to me and it reinforces the idea of ​​'on the hill'. Well done!

    Medieval parc.jpg
    I just searched in My Drive for a picture of my Medieval parc and as you can see I used some Sand also as pavement and Riverside too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nariman View Post
    Hi, I try to make something different in my zoo, hope you like it, my code R63PAN, why I cant attach screenshot?
    For help posting screenshots
    https://forum.playrix.com/showthread...t-A-Screenshot

    Friend code isn't the easiest way to visit your zoo. What's your co-op code, town-name??

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayS View Post
    For help posting screenshots
    https://forum.playrix.com/showthread...t-A-Screenshot

    Friend code isn't the easiest way to visit your zoo. What's your co-op code, town-name??
    I do not have specific cooperation, I change it constantly, my town is Nadia's town
    Last edited by Nariman; 10-14-2019 at 09:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nariman View Post
    My town is Nadia's town
    Without a co-op code or co-op name no one can visit your town or zoo Nariman. Your friend code requires people to have a spare space to request being friends with you. Most players do not have a space to do this. It is impossible to find a player by their town name.

    I see you have posted in other threads, and would really like players to visit you. I think you misunderstood the post JayS wrote above. Your town name is only required to identify you once we know what co-op you are in .

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    Good question!

    As I’m waiting to clear land, I already have plans in mind for what I’m moving into that space - it’s often an extension of the area I’ve already developed and I’m afraid to say it’s invariably green!

    I like how the brown POPS the items placed on it. They do stand out much better. Similarly I like using the log pavement for particular buildings to stand on. You can probably tell from my town that I like a bit of whimsy so there is an overall lack of mud tbh. I do use it under my farm fields though.

    I’ve not logged on for a while - your town is looking great x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meesh View Post
    Good question!

    As I’m waiting to clear land, I already have plans in mind for what I’m moving into that space - it’s often an extension of the area I’ve already developed and I’m afraid to say it’s invariably green!

    I like how the brown POPS the items placed on it. They do stand out much better. Similarly I like using the log pavement for particular buildings to stand on. You can probably tell from my town that I like a bit of whimsy so there is an overall lack of mud tbh. I do use it under my farm fields though.

    I’ve not logged on for a while - your town is looking great x
    Hello Meesh, nice to see you again! How are you?
    Your Town is a beautiful combination of greenery and water.
    Must be a town with happy inhabitants and a happy mayor!

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