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hey /3/ check this out its breety good
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdsv2D6Mly8
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>>499420
Go to sleep David. Stop spamming.
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>>499420

>didn't watch video

Good lord, someone spent a lot of time and effort on that picture, and has no fucking clue what a shipping dock looks like.

>no actual docks - railing is in the way
>trucks facing toward the warehouse
>product stacked on the ground level
>orange metal plates on the ground that serve no purpose
>no pallets
>fluorescent tube fixtures
>bumpy concrete in warehouse
>catwalks asking to be hit by forklifts
>no sprinkler system or electrical runs
>everything clean and shiny

2/10 apply some thought to the design
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>>500577
This is actually from game called Mirror's Edge. Some unnatural placement was to help character move around (run, jump, slide, hang, climb). Game is also clean and shiny. Worth yo check it. Just saying.
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>>500608

It's still bad design.
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>>500608

>game

That explains it. I had a similar complaint in GTA3:SA, which had trailers parked nose-in to docks.



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