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    Totally awesome. Repped because I didn't before. Can't wait to see the tower interior.
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    mearrin69 - Thanks a bunch!

    Started work making objects for the tower levels. Here is a sample of slat chairs I modelled in 3D studio. I scaled them here for a 200 dpi tabletop map. I have a couple more types of chairs to make plus a bunch of other things like tables, chests, desks, beds, stairs etc.

    Feel free to use these in your maps. I am making them for my own fun. -they can be tinted and colored easily to match shading or whatever other looks you're going for.
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    Wow. That is indeed a fantastic paint job there. It's gorgeous.
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    awesome aerial, I love that mountain, details and beach! If I can comment on such a pretty piece... the treelines+shades seem a bit out of place in the upper-right part of the drawing, a bit too 'drop-shaded'. great job so far, looking forward to seeing the floorplans...

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