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    Here's a dungeon style I'm experimenting with, plus some more experimentation with the graph paper look. I made the dungeon floor bitmap fill style from an image I found at Will's Hand Made Dungeon Floorplans and adjusted in GIMP:




    I recolored that dungeon floor image in GIMP for some variations on this style:




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    Here's a dungeon inspired by the maps found in Expedition to Undermountain. I really didn't like that map style at all (especially compared to the original 2e Undermountain boxed set maps which I love), but like a train wreck, I just can't seem to look away...





    And here's another take on that same map with different bitmap fills:




    The dungeon map above is based on the room layout in this one at WotC:

    http://www.wizards.com/dnd/images/ma...eon1_hkjes.jpg

    Here's another level in that 3e Undermountain style, this time featuring caverns. I played around with the commands fractal path, explode, line to path, combine path, path to poly and multipoly to make this.

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    I really like the one at the bottom - it has a lovely illustrative hand drawn feel to it. Nice work!

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    I'd love a copy of that floor bitmap style.
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    Thanks guys.

    I think this is the one you mean, NeonKnight. I did not create the original but pulled it from this thread (post #3), then cropped it in GIMP to get it to tile properly:

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    Ohhhh! Could you post a copy of the wall fill you used with that one, it's lovely!

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    Great stuff here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ravells View Post
    Ohhhh! Could you post a copy of the wall fill you used with that one, it's lovely!
    Here it is. I didn't create this image, and I can't seem to find the source where I originally found it. I'm usually pretty good about cataloging which Web site I found an image on, but this one must have slipped through the cracks (no pun intended).
    Last edited by jaerdaph; 02-03-2008 at 12:20 PM. Reason: I've removed the image for copyright images (see posts below)
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    Thanks Jaerdaph

    LOL! I know where you got it from. I saved the image to put into Serif Drawplus as a saved fill, and there it was, with the same file name too. What I really like about this fill pattern is that it looks like it has been drawn rather than photographed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravells View Post
    LOL! I know where you got it from. I saved the image to put into Serif Drawplus as a saved fill, and there it was, with the same file name too. What I really like about this fill pattern is that it looks like it has been drawn rather than photographed.
    That's exactly what I like about it too. I'd really like to find the exact source I pulled that off the web from - I feel funny not giving credit where credit is due, especially considering the generosity of the image creator sharing his or her work online for all to use. You can get onto some slippery slopes, so I try to credit every image at the source when I share what I've done.

    I've pulled images from commercial products I own like Skeletonkey Games eAdventure Tiles to use in CC3 for personal use, but I would never share those publicly, either the images I've manipulated or the final drawing, because it wouldn't be right.
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