Made my first panorama. Some minor fixes to be made but not too shabby for my first attempt.
For a full size:
Hate to double post, but had to post these.
I think I'm gonna start my own thread for these.
A wintry night beneath the Pleiades (the small star cluster above the tree)
Full Size: http://imageshack.com/a/img844/7726/899w.jpg
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I believe this was taken in Moria during the second age, 1980 to be precise :D
There are several panorama stitching programs which combine several screenshots or photographs into one. More examples can be seen in the threads https://www.lotro.com/forums/showthr...ic-Helm-s-Deep and https://www.lotro.com/forums/showthr...09-Scenic-Arda
I assume shamgor was inspired by these and added his own.
Sorry for the late reply, but I actually use Microsoft ICE. It's very easy, all you do is take the screenshots, upload into ICE and it does all the work for you. Problem now is finding an image hosting site that takes high res pics for free.
I recently entered Dunland, and found it lovelier than the name implies.
Very nice work, Rosslin. +rep
This popped into my head when I saw the title :) Kind of stole the joke from Scotch & Wry, though! (legendary Scottish TV show)
(But is it the plants, my eyes, or my dinner?) :P
I saw that too during my recent visit to Isendale on my third character, but I didn't linger very long so I didn't worry about it.
Worst. Superhero. Name. Ever.
When the big maintenance got ever longer, I decided to sort my screenshots according to various regions, kinship, housing, and glitches. Guess which folder received the most screenshots.
It is the one with fish that don't know that their natural element should be the water, or characters talking nonsense,
a stool stuck in a hill slope, planking half orcs and robbers,
with a tendency to merge with the components of a completely different species
or inorganic material
a strange definition of water
animals that managed to get stuck within my horse, you name it. It is a really large folder, with nearly a hundred entries...