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  1. Texture Wishlist This is a WIP wishlist just things I’d like to see in games so to maybe help Inspire devs here it is Basic Stone Cobble wood(log/Lumber)# New wood, old wood, diagonal wood boards(both[/][\] angles ), straight wood(both[|][-] directions) brick straw Cob Marble / Granite wattle and daub Glass Stained glass# Dirt Gravel Iron Gold Silver Copper Roof tiles(wood, clay) Bronze Modern Concrete# Steel# Diamond plate, Expanded Metal, Perforated Sheet, Bar Grating, MISC. Color* Emerald #(16 colors: Black white gray silver maroon red olive yellow green lime teal aqua navy blue purple fuchsia) *(http://www.colourlovers.com/web/blog/2008/04/22/all-120-crayon-names-color-codes-and-fun-facts Mahogany Fuzzy Wuzzy Brown Chestnut Red Orange Sunset Orange Bittersweet Melon Outrageous Orange Vivid Tangerine Burnt Sienna Brown Sepia Orange Burnt Orange Copper Mango Tango Atomic Tangerine Beaver Antique Brass Desert Sand Raw Sienna Tumbleweed Tan Peach Macaroni and Cheese Apricot Neon Carrot Almond Yellow Orange Gold Shadow Banana Mania Sunglow Goldenrod Dandelion Yellow Green Yellow Spring Green Olive Green Laser Lemon Unmellow Yellow Canary Yellow Green Inch Worm Asparagus Granny Smith Apple Electric Lime Screamin Green Fern Forest Green Sea Green Green Mountain Meadow Shamrock Jungle Green Caribbean Green Tropical Rain Forest Pine Green Robin Egg Blue Aquamarine Turquoise Blue Sky Blue Outer Space Blue Green Pacific Blue Cerulean Cornflower Midnight Blue Navy Blue Denim Blue Periwinkle Cadet Blue Indigo Wild Blue Yonder Manatee Blue Bell Blue Violet Purple Heart Royal Purple Purple Mountains’ Majesty Violet (Purple) Wisteria Vivid Violet Fuchsia Shocking Pink Pink Flamingo Plum Hot Magenta Purple Pizzazz Razzle Dazzle Rose Orchid Red Violet Eggplant Cerise Wild Strawberry Magenta Lavender Cotton Candy Violet Red Carnation Pink Razzmatazz Piggy Pink Jazzberry Jam Blush Tickle Me Pink Pink Sherbet Maroon Red Radical Red Mauvelous Wild Watermelon Scarlet Salmon Brick Red White Timberwolf Silver Gray Black)
  2. I know the feel of many of the buildings in the art is quite future(istic) style which looks great by the way, I think with the voxel tools, I can probably make my own Torii, aka Shinto Shrine. But will there be any ... oriental (-esque) style textures or interior design // furniture // landscape lamps ect. The interior design exploration, the red walled, black floor, holographic planetary art// interface one actually seems right along the proper idea. https://cdn.artstation.com/p/assets/images/images/000/677/763/large/emilie-rinna-1064967-orig.jpg?1430562426 I didnt find it in the media section on the Dual Universe frontpage, if you all didn't want this out moderate this post I totally understand, however I thought the exploration in design concepts were great pieces of work. I feel like I could replace the plants with a tiny pool of water and drop some Koi Fish right in. Though I would miss those plants, they add some fresh feel in Edit: I noticed that you called this Art Nouveau, I was unfamiliar with the style before, but its very cool.
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