May/June Lite Challenge: Verticality
This month's lite challenge is to map a vertical structure. It can be built up or dug down, mapped as a floor plan or a pictorial; map the Tower of the Evil Sorcerer or the Well of a Thousand Dreams, the Wall at the Edge of the World or the Cliffs of Insanity!
The only real rule here is that the subject must have at least 5 "floors".
It's a short challenge, since we're a bit behind due to the holiday (at least in the US) ... the challenge will end on June 17 between 11pm and Midnight, EDT.
As always, to enter you must:
• Start a new thread in this forum with the title May/June Lite Challenge Entry - <name of entry>
• Attach any work in progress images to your posts using the forum Attachment Manager
• Use the tag ### Latest WIP ### before any image you post so that the thumbnail manager can pick it up. It doesn't have to be in bold lettering like I have it but the text must be the same.
All of the current thumbnails can be found here:
Good luck and happy mapping!
Sounds like it could be a fun one. I've got a couple ideas I might play with.
Oh, it is a pretty good ideia, I just think 5 floors is too much but I'll try anyway
I actually did tried doing something similar to another challenge (the one of the magic school) but I kind of gave up by the middle of the project. Let's see if I can go till the end now.
It could get tough, but I think that's what makes it a challenge.
Verticality? 5 floors? Sounds interresting. Too bad I can't use the tavern I'm currently working on. Started that one a few days too early. Guess I'll try for something dug down, as we already have a few entries that build upwards.
Reminder: 5 days left to go, challenge will end Sunday night! Gogogo!
I'm working on it! . Due to workschedule, though, I doubt I'll get a WIP up before Saturday.
This is supposed to be wrapped up today folks so hurry and make your last adjustments and formatting or you might get caught with your stylus in the upright position
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Eek ... don't want to contradict ya jax but you've got until sunday night ... ending a challenge on a friday is just cruel!
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