Originally posted by rosarioluigi:A fine line must be drawn between beauty and playability. :) I had to remove my grass/shrubs/tree mods in order to get back up to a comfortable 25 fps. Same subject though, I do think that TOO many trees breaks immersion as well. There are lumberyards all over Skyrim and seeing towns completely overgrown is unbelievable to me. I can't even tell what town that is in the screenshot you have... Riverrun with a gate? They have a lumbermill right in town, surely they would have cleared the prime living space - it's what humans do! :)
Originally posted by rosarioluigi:Unbelievable to me but there are mods for all! To each their own, my friend.In case you didn't know, console commands for better screenshots:~tm = toggle menus (removes HUD)tfc 1 = toggle free camera and pause (let's you fly the camera around - best used in 3rd person or you will not see yourself. Great for combat shots or better angles on scenery. Use "tfc" to get back into normal camera)sucsm X = Set user camera speed of movement. X changes speed of the camera movement in "tfc" mode.And for overall enjoyment of the new sceney - "set timescale to X". 20 is the default, ie 1 minute played is 20 minutes in game. I usually play at 6 but when you just want a long afternoon in the forest of Riften, 1 is great.Enjoy your new scenery man!
Originally posted by hamsterbytes:Ya'll could've at least said which mods you used in each screenshot.
Originally posted by ĐΣFΣCŦΣĐ:Only mod I want is more trees! Those patches of nothing in the distance brakes down the immersion.
Originally posted by TurnedToDust:Originally posted by ĐΣFΣCŦΣĐ:Only mod I want is more trees! Those patches of nothing in the distance brakes down the immersion. That problem lies with your choise of city overhaul mods. It's so full of three's and bushes that as soon as you run out of the city it looks like a barren wasteland.Try a more subtle one like Detailed Cities.