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    Help looking for a 3d castle map

    i am dungeon mastering an adventure this weekend and need a 3d castle map. anyone know where i could find one link or name of the book perhaps.

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    That is incredibly vague, by 3D do you mean completely 3d modeled and movable or something isometric?

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    The classic 3-D castle map is Castle Ravenloft, first mapped by Dave Sutherland III for the immortal OD&D adventure "Ravenloft" by Tracy and Laura Hickman. I've run it several times, and I think I could draw the castle by memory.

    The maps look like this (these are not Dave's original maps): Castle Ravenloft

    I've been so obsessed with the style that I worked out how to do it on my own, entirely in Adobe Illustrator and without the use of any 3D tools. My "shrine" building looks like this (I don't mind if you use it for your adventure, just don't publish it anywhere):

    looking for a 3d castle map-shrine-stars-between_iso_extrudes.jpg
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    pretty slick xpian

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    @Vellum - Thanks! I worked on that one a LONG time. Had to develop lots of methods to make it look like that.

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