Ifanyone wants to supply a map and help me out with locations i'll have a go at getting it correct.
Leeds no.1, think you can draw on the original image which ones are where roughly and which are closer further away, and i'll do my best.Leeds No.1 said:those images can certainly be rearranged in the correct order... Not all the skyscrapers can fit onto that image either...
Thanks for the effort and a great first attempt Mark! The photo is taken from the south of Leeds and I'd make the following comments to complement No.1s excellent idea with the A-Z map.Skid-Mark said:Hi all, after a review of the upcoming projects in leeds i decided a skyline render would be nice.
I will say that it is not accurate, buildings are not in the right place and it's missing some projects (most noticably west point).
It's simply to see how the proposed projects look with the existing skyline so please don't ripp me to shreds for not knowing the area, i just wanted to see these projects in a context other than bizzare angles we'll never be able to view them from.
ok, this is the original pic i used...
And this is my new version, i had to over-contrast it so the diagrams that i used for this blended in as much as possible as i couldn't get any quality renders that were'nt from odd angels...
And one with West Point:
No, the International Pool adjoins the footbridge just above Mayfair (the footbridge is connected to the southern end)...Leeds No.1 said:
I think that is most of the buildings that will make a difference to the skyline. Just realised I missed The Spiracle- thats on the international pool site. Its on the top right hand corner of the junction above Mayfair; just before the motorway goes into the tunnel.