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    Hey all. My group's currently playing Rise of the Runelords series from Paizo and one of my players wanted to know about the interior of the cathedral. It was such an odd shaped building that I had to play around with a number of plans before I came up with something workable.

    An off-hand comment from Redrobes on my last post made me want to learn Sketchup. So I did. I downloaded it this weekend and am very glad I did. What a fun, easy-to-learn app. So, this is my very first Sketchup map (with some post-work in Photoshop).
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    Very architecturally elegant. I like how the concept suggests that the Stonehenge-like circle in the center existed before the cathedral was erected around it. Intriguing!

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    Extremely cool - I would dub thee newly repped, but must spread some more 'love' around.
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    I love playing around with SketchUp as well...this looks great.
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    That is very cool. Good work.
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    Unfortunately I cannot rep, but this is some very nice work!
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    Very nice - one day I will play with sketchup. After I made that 'off hand' comment I went over to your site and looked at your faces... your no 3D newbie huh !!! Nice work - id rep but I too need to whore it a bit more before bonking any more.

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    Very nice! ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlucci View Post
    Hey all. My group's currently playing Rise of the Runelords series from Paizo and one of my players wanted to know about the interior of the cathedral. It was such an odd shaped building that I had to play around with a number of plans before I came up with something workable.

    An off-hand comment from Redrobes on my last post made me want to learn Sketchup. So I did. I downloaded it this weekend and am very glad I did. What a fun, easy-to-learn app. So, this is my very first Sketchup map (with some post-work in Photoshop).
    This inspired me to try Sketchup myself. I am currently working on a city map done in a 16th c. woodcut style, and Sketchup may be very useful in getting the perspectives right.

    Great map too!

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