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Still tweaking the weather a bit more, but so far I think I'm happy with the balance.  This mod is coming together a lot more quickly than I expected, despite the amount of stuff on the to-do list.

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  1. park9
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    I like your work. But here you have white lod mountains. It burns my eyes.
    Maybe you noticed, in Witcher 3 and Skyrim SE, clear sunny weather with yellow fog https://i.pinimg.com/originals/5d/f7/63/5df7632d7c9360c083c9a43d8507fe0c.jpg
    Can you do so in clear weather?
    Similar fog can be made https://www.nexusmods.com/oblivion/images/153167/?
    1. Brittainy
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      Those are the snowy mountains. My fog isn't white...but I know exactly what you mean and you're right. I haven't figured out the ideal fog colour or distance yet Still fiddling with that part of the weather.

      Overall though, you're spot on and it's a bugger of a thing to balance out. Especially when the distant scenery looks so awful compared to new games. Trying to disguise it is a big priority.
    2. park9
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      These white mountains shine like a lantern. My idea is to cover with yellow fog, imitating diffused sunlight
    3. Brittainy
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      Working on it as we speak.
    4. Brittainy
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      You've actually just set me off on exactly the right track, so thank you!
    5. park9
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      "Especially when the distant scenery looks so awful compared to new games" - It can be fixed by Oblivion Reloaded + 4K Lod textures (oscape)
      But still I think it will be realistic, partly to cover lods a fog by weather. Instead of the DoF effect (OR, ENB), which convinces me that I have poor eyesight)
    6. park9
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      I am glad to help you
  2. Brittainy
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    Having it strong is sort of the point. Since Oblivion is severely lacking in shadows, this is all about creating a greater contrast for more depth.But to each his own
  3. ForgottenB
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    Not bad, although direct lighting is a bit too strong for my taste. Which can adjusted with some additional HDR tweaking to lessen the effect.
    Still the ambient light, color tones are good, sky, clouds, those look very natural!
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