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    Hi All,
    I have not done much mapping since my last visit but I do have a few maps to share. I made these for a free commission in 2010 for someone who asked me not to share them but as far as I know he never used them so perhaps someone here might find a use for them. The ideas I had for this dungeon were inspired by cenotes found throughout Central America. As usual, I used CC2 for the basic layout and PS7 for everything else.

    Dungeon Level 1
    Dungeon Maps-cenotel1_60.png

    Dungeon Level 2
    Dungeon Maps-cdungeonl2_75.png

    Dungeon Level 3
    Dungeon Maps-cdungeonl3_75.png
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    These look really great mrrkyl! In fact, I'm currently planning a hex-crawl campaign and I think I can make use of these. So thanks for sharing, and enjoy some rep+!

    Cheers,
    -Arsheesh

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    Very nice maps myrrkyl. I hope you get back to mapping one day. I always looked forward to seeing one of your dungeon creations.

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    Thanks for the comments and rep. None of the programs I used for mapping are compatible with Win7 so I doubt I will be creating new maps any time soon.

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    Great maps, shame they never used them. Try using The Gimp. It is a free download and it is modeled after Photoshop so you should learn how to use it quickly.

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    I would also recommend The Gimp. It's a really nice FREE bit of software that is almost as powerful as Photoshop. Highly recommended.

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