I would like to offer one more suggestion. Let me start by saying you do excellent work; I love the details. That said, "Walmart" is the wrong name to put on your store. In the US, Walmart stores are never located in an older, inner-city environment. They are always located near major shopping malls or at the edge of town. They are also very large, encompassing roughly a square block with an enormous parking lot that's even larger.
A good alternate choice might be an F.W. Woolworth's store. They went out of business in the 1990's, but the store has the steel shutter rolled down: you could either be portraying the 1990's, or a contemporary neighborhood where the store closed years ago and nothing replaced it. Here's a pic of a Woolworth's, if you are interested:
Again, your work is excellent!
I´ll be checkin´those tags on your clothes if you pass by the hood...Jeez ... would someone cleanup all the graphitti around here? Damn kids ... always causing trouble.
Seriously ... nice layout ... very realistic, for an inner-city look.
Do we all have to wear clothes with a special "tag" color to check in on your progress?
Yepp, got to get dirrrty, I think...stay tuned, got some pics coming up...Very, very nice! Could I offer one more suggestion? Rough neighborhoods are not known for their cleanliness...it's typical to see a bit of trash in a gutter or spilling out of a can, dumpster, etc. I mention it because there's a contrast: your buildings are great, but the streets are so clean and neat! Old stains from car oil, spilt paint....get the idea? Not everywhere...just a thin scattering to add to the authenticity. Great job, though!