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    Default Town Map- By Morgan

    Town Map- By Morgan-mistbridge.jpg

    Created in: Photoshop

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    I made this map for a campaign I am writing. This is my first map using photoshop, with the help from some tutorials(Thank you Butch Curry, ZombieNirvana!) I was able to make this happen. I kept it simple for this town map...meaning I only added important features(not individual housing quaters) for my players to look at and work there way around the town.

    Thank you for your time!

    -Morgan

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    This is really very good.
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    Being your very first Photoshop map that is very good (you should see mine). Keep up the good work!
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    I agree, great work for your first Photoshop map and adapting the ZombieNirvana tutorials to your needs. I remember doing those and I'm pretty fond of them.

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    Nicely done work ...!!!
    "Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall."-Confucius
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