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Catracoth

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Wednesday, November 12th 2008, 8:33pm

Nice. I like the "dark" one better. Perhaps you should have used the render of Lara in the Mediterranean for the variant, so the blue matches.
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Wednesday, November 12th 2008, 8:37pm

Nice. I like the "dark" one better. Perhaps you should have used the render of Lara in the Mediterranean for the variant, so the blue matches.


I did but it looked shit. Sorry... I don't know why but it just didn't work as header graphics.

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Wednesday, November 12th 2008, 11:10pm

Ah, well at least it was put into consideration. Besides, I love this one, and if some people think it's too dark, that's why there's multiple other styles.

edit: I didn't see the change in header; I thought it was the forest green jungle header, but now that I use it, I see that it's sharing some blue coloring in there; very nice indeed!
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