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    hope nobody minds, but I am going to keep posting small updates as I figure out how to create various isometric map pieces.
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    please do. Looking forward to seeing more. The grass looks great.

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    another attempt at isometric water... does this look like water or a blue piece of swiss cheese???
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    Gelatinous cube! It's pretty good but less regular "caustics" would be better if possible I think. Also, the mismatch along the cube edges is a bit distracting. I can't imagine how you did this in vector, though, so I can't suggest how to fix either of those issues.
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    I think only the top square of the water block should have the wave pattern. One would only ever see the sides in cut-out representations anyway, and in those it makes more sense to give more of an underwater impression, rather than that of a vertical surface. I'd make the sides be a solid blue color, and completely opaque to hide that bottom square that you can currently see due to the transparency - while this is not a problem with a single block, it would prolly look pretty awful if you made a deep body of water from these blocks.

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    SpongeBob's arctic relative

    Seriously though, maybe a few less 'bubbles' and I think it would look better.
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    I think Ghostman has the gist of it. Perhaps adding a subtle gradient from lighter blue at top to darker blue near the bottom.

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