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    Re: please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)

    Oke, this is my second attempt on the roof :-) Think it's better then the first
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-rooftop3-jpg  


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    Re: please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve235 View Post
    Oke, this is my second attempt on the roof :-) Think it's better then the first
    very thankful for your work guys, i mean its pretty unusual to get help for free these days

    so my situation just went complicated. In order to get the permission i have to do a presentation in front of 28 landlords - lol.
    They expect that the rooftop is making the whole building ugly - it isn't that pretty to be honest, god..

    So i have to use the same kind of railing they used for their stuff. I have to "make an offer they can't refuse" quote:the godfather.
    i did a walk and made some pics.

    attached a pic of balconys next to my rooftop and some closer pics of those railings...

    Could you try to implement this kind of railing into the pics... i know this is pretty much to ask for, but those are germans u know haha
    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-style_of_the_building-jpg
    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-railing_front-jpg
    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-railing_angle-jpg

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    Re: please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)

    u guys might laugh but i just attached a picture that shows you the exact scale of the railing. The measuring tool is 110cm tall, which is required
    but please use the original pics, with this one aim just trying to support
    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-high_guide_110cm-jpg
    Last edited by jeanG; 04-20-2017 at 10:58 AM.

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    Re: please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by jeanG View Post
    Steve,
    Iam Sam,
    Green Maniac,

    thank you very much! i really like the floor steve choosed it kinda looks pretty natural. Thanks for the perspektive correction Sam.

    Green Maniac, this is crazy :-) Could you do a few little tweaks?
    Would it be possible to add the floor from Steve? or something like that?
    Could you replace the black railing with a silver stainless steal one? This is like 99% used in germany, do you guys have black ones?
    Do you think its 1,20m? The sides are 3,50m in total. It somehow looks a bit tall? :-)
    i also loved that you did both pics! also the person makes sense!

    you guys are such a great help!
    Mod edit: removed link

    Let me know of any other changes you want.

    To answer your questions:
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes and yes, we here in Namibia tend to paint our railings black, but is not necessarily the norm.
    Yes, according to the measurements you provided. I made Steve slightly taller now to make railings look smaller. He is now 1,79m tall.
    Thanks

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    Re: please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)

    ah.. been to nam last year. good friend of mine is living in windhoek, family name rix

    - cool man thanks for that. Can you adjust the color of the railing? more like the railing below?
    - could you try to make the overall look a bit more sunny? ;)
    - can i have on version with guy steve and one without ?

    - would it be possile for you to add the railing to the 2 other pics, as well? you can see the below railing there too, its exactly this tall.
    just to show the neighbors what i would look like from the street.. it is important to make it look as much inconspicious as possible

    i owe you somthing man

    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-silver_railing-jpg

    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-parking-jpgplease help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-street-jpg
    Last edited by jeanG; 04-21-2017 at 03:35 AM.

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    Re: please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by jeanG View Post
    ah.. been to nam last year. good friend of mine is living in windhoek, family name rix

    - cool man thanks for that. Can you adjust the color of the railing? more like the railing below?
    - could you try to make the overall look a bit more sunny? ;)
    - can i have on version with guy steve and one without ?

    - would it be possile for you to add the railing to the 2 other pics, as well? you can see the below railing there too, its exactly this tall.
    just to show the neighbors what i would look like from the street.. it is important to make it look as much inconspicious as possible

    i owe you somthing man
    Hi jeanG

    Mod Edit: removed link

    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-rooftop1_03-jpg

    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-rooftop1_11-jpg

    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-rooftop2_02-jpg

    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-rooftop2_11-jpg

    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-street1_01-jpg

    please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)-parking1_01-jpg


    -Yes. Hope it is to your liking.
    - I only made the model more sunny, not the images you provided. Unfortunately I do not have the time for that at present. Maybe someone else can take it from here?
    -Steve feels sad that you don't want him in your pics.
    -Yes. Unfortunately it might not be as accurate as you would like. As mentioned above, little time. Could only do a quick job.

    Now lets talk about what you owe me. Because I do not see myself in Germany in the near future, as payment you have to begin all messages/posts in PhotoshopGurus website with "All hail GreenManiac!" regardless whether it is related to this post or not.

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    Re: please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)

    My advice to make it prettier, add some plants XD

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    Re: please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)

    All hail GreenManiac!,

    with that beeing said, thank you very much!!!!! i let you know and might be able to show you a picture with the real life version! THANKS MAN

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    Re: please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by jeang
    - would it be possile for you to add the railing to the 2 other pics, as well? you can see the below railing there too, its exactly this tall.
    just to show the neighbors what i would look like from the street.. it is important to make it look as much inconspicious as possible

    i owe you somthing man
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    Re: please help me convince my landlord -> Rooftop edit :-)

    got it thanks everyone!

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