> One of the mountains/hills on the left side has a lighter colored slanted line or
> area on it... If you compare that to the original - you can see it's some of the
> reflection that was on the glass.
> The only other thing I can think of that might be a concern is whether or not the
> ground is actually flat in the original artwork. I'd presume that'd be a standard for
> the art project.... And if you think about it, when a photo is taken - since it can't
> be straight on, you'll probably get some distortion anyway.
> But, maybe 'close enough' is okay.
Maybe nit-picking to some, but I don't take it as such. And maybe it's a throw-away project, but at least you and I like it .
I fixed the reflection on the left, as well as "straightened" the road to fix the altered perspection angle. Both are somewhat non-trivial (to me), as without the original in front of me I have to make some judgement calls into things like "is that color shift due to light reflection or part of the original art"? SO I wouldn't call this anywhere close to "100% emulated", to use MAME terms. But it's certainly cleaner than the original 8-).
Continued comments, welcome.
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