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Ottawa LRT
(06-27-2018, 11:29 AM)Canard Wrote:
(06-27-2018, 12:58 AM)tomh009 Wrote: Fair enough. But "people that do renderings" may also be inclined to skip the OCS in the render as it will make the image cleaner ...

...exactly.  Which gives people a false impression of what the actual streetscape will look like, when occluded with a web of wires and a forest of poles.  It's a lie.

Yes. But look at the Drewlo renderings that were posted today -- it looks like across the street from the development is a lovely green area, and a grass boulevard separates the sidewalk from the street. Not quite reality, is it?  And these kinds of "artistic liberties" are really taken in most of the renders that I see, it's not specific to OCS.
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