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File:Roman forum sketch up model.png


English: This is a derivative work of a 3D, Computer generated image of the Roman forum by the model maker, Lasha Tskhondia - L.VII.C. .

Variations to the original model include shadows, adjusted for good lighting as well as the file being adjusted for colour and contrast.

Date 4 February 2012
Author Amadscientist created this original screen capture of a Sketch Up model by Lasha Tskhondia - L.VII.C.
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